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Oleksandr lives in Irpin, Kyiv region. On the day when the full-scale invasion began, the man was at home with his wife. In the first days of the war, they were in shelter, but then it became very dangerous even there, so they were forced to leave their home.
The couple went to Kovel in western Ukraine, and when the situation in Irpin became calm, they returned home. Unfortunately, a very unpleasant picture awaited them at home – the house was partially destroyed, the windows were blown out and there were no doors.
The man received a call from ADRA Ukraine and was told that they were ready to help him as part of the project on housing restoration. Oleksandr is a pensioner and would not be able to restore his house with his own funds, so this call was a great joy for him. The man received very quickly certificates from the organization for the purchase of construction materials, thanks to which he bought everything he needed to make his home livable again.
Oleksandr is very grateful to ADRA Ukraine organization and partners who help those who would not be able to cope with the disaster that came to their home on their own.
Oleksandr has received assistance within the framework of the project that is implemented with the support of ADRA network partners (ADRA Germany, ADRA China, ADRA Czech Republic, ADRA France, ADRA Italy, ADRA Norway, ADRA Portugal, ADRA Australia), as well as ADRA International.