For more than a year, ADRA Ukraine has been helping residents of Ukraine to evacuate from the frontline regions to safer places. During this time, the situation in some cities and villages has improved — the infrastructure is being restored, people are returning to routine life, as far as the conditions of martial law allow.
In this regard, ADRA Ukraine, with the support of the Government of Canada, within the framework of Lifesaving Evacuation, Assistance and Protection project, continues to provide free transport assistance – trips for the return of people to settlements where there are currently no active hostilities (and where people lived until February 24, 2022)*.
The organization carries out transportation of people who need to return home from evacuation, including with the help of specialized transport for people with reduced mobility.
Trips are formed depending on the number of applications — from 10 people for regular buses and 2 people for specialized transport (a person with reduced mobility and an accompanying person).
Important: ADRA Ukraine carries out transportation only on the territory of Ukraine. If you are abroad, you can apply for transportation from the border of Ukraine.
The preliminary collection of applications is ongoing. Meeting places for departure will be notified additionally.
To send your request for evacuation, please, contact the following numbers:
+38 050 572 04 07
+38 067 203 62 48
Working hours of the hotline are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Day off: Saturday.
Please, pay attention: despite the improvement of the situation in many populated areas, military operations in Ukraine continue, missile danger can be expected even in the safest regions. Please, take care of yourself and monitor the security situation in your location.
*Except for Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions.