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1605, 2022

Psychologists of ADRA Ukraine are starting to help the victims

As of today, ADRA Ukraine provides free psychological assistance to all victims of the war. We already have 18 online and offline psychologists in our staff. Personal consultations are held in the following cities of Ukraine: Kyiv, Dnipro, Lviv, Ternopil, Uman, Ternivka (Dnipropetrovsk region) and Starokostiantyniv (Khmelnytskyi region).

We also have mobile teams of psychologists. They go to collective centers in other cities of Ukraine where orphans and IDPs who need special attention live.

ADRA Ukraine works in the following areas:
– emergency psychological aid;
– assistance to those who have suffered from violence;
– psychological support and accompaniment (during the entire project);
– treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD);
– crisis psychology;
– treatment of panic attacks;
– child-parent relationship.

Anyone who has encountered such problems can apply for assistance. To do this, call ADRA Ukraine hotline:

+38 067 333 1752
+38 093 170 6739
+38 050 615 5750

Registration for group consultations is at the links below.

For parents about children:

For adults:

1305, 2022

Results of ADRA Ukraine activities during the week

During this week food aid project has been implemented in several directions. In particular, with the support of ADRA Network project, 1,280 families of IDPs from Luhansk region have received food kits. 26 pallets of food for 2,000 people have been sent to Poltava for IDPs from all over the country. In addition, due to the emergency food aid project supported by WFP and ADRA Ukraine, volunteers have distributed 369,000 loaves of bread and provided food to about 9,000 people.

One of ADRA Ukraine’s current projects is project on provision of micro-grants to those organizations or institutions that have initiated their own humanitarian aid projects. At present, benefactors are already actively implementing 15 grant projects aimed at supporting population in the most affected and hard-to-reach regions or helping those who have left these regions. Their activities include medical services, evacuation, collective centers and shelters for displaced persons, psychological and other types of assistance.

In the framework of the Project “Hope for Ukraine”, with the support of ADRA Ukraine and “Nadiya” TV channel, emergency food aid project has been launched for residents of Kherson. Despite the difficult situation in the temporarily occupied territory, volunteers have already made the first distribution of food kits for Kherson residents. Residents of Kyiv, Chernihiv and other regions also continue to receive assistance.

There are several projects aimed at evacuating citizens from hotspots. As of today:
– with the support of ADRA Czech Republic about 1,800 people have been evacuated from dangerous areas;
– about 1,500 people have already received assistance through the project on social transport and evacuation supported by UHF;
– Evacuation under the Project “Hope for Ukraine” continues, about 4,000 have been evacuated.

1305, 2022

Food Aid Project continues with the support of ADRA Ukraine and WFP

The project of emergency food aid to the affected population of Ukraine with the support of the World Food Program (WFP) has begun in April this year and is actively implemented in several areas, one of which is the distribution of fresh bread. Sumy, Chernihiv, Poltava, Odesa and Zaporizhzhia regions receive tons of fresh bread daily. In May, ADRA Ukraine volunteers has begun distributing other products and food kits. Currently, this assistance is provided in Kyiv, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhzhia regions.

The project implementation deadline is July 11 this year (with possible extension).

Due to the perspective development and opportunities within the project, ADRA Ukraine team is working to expand the list of regions that will also be able to receive assistance in the near future.

For up-to-date information on food distribution points, please, contact ADRA Ukraine hotline:
+38 067 333 1752
+38 093 170 6739
+38 050 615 5750

1205, 2022

Residents of Kherson have received food kits due to the Project “Hope for Ukraine”

Within the framework of the Project “Hope for Ukraine”, with the support of ADRA Ukraine and “Nadiya” TV channel, emergency food aid has been launched for the residents of Kherson. Despite the difficult situation on the territory, our volunteers have already made the first distribution of food kits for residents who are now there.

Currently, this aid is very important for residents of Kherson, as the humanitarian crisis has been going on in the city for a long time. We continue to work in this area and plan to distribute next food kits in the near future.

Please, follow the information on our official website.

1105, 2022

With the support of the UHF, ADRA Ukraine has evacuated about 1,500 civilians during the month

Evacuation of civilians from dangerous regions is one of the areas of assistance of ADRA Ukraine, including a current project of social transportation and evacuation with the support of UHF (Ukraine Humanitarian Fund that operates within the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs).
Due to this project, ADRA staff have evacuated about 1,500 civilians to safer places during the last month, including people with disabilities, large families and other vulnerable people.

The project fulfills two main tasks:
– providing assistance to the population concerning evacuation;
– providing population of “isolated” (deprived of access to transportation and infrastructure) settlements/places of concentration of refugees with access to vital infrastructure – medical institutions, banks, shops (markets) and others.

This project is implemented in three areas:
Northeast, East: Kharkiv, Luhansk, northern Donetsk region.

Southeast: south of Donetsk region, Dnipropetrovsk region

South: Zaporizhzhia, Mykolaiv, Kherson regions.

1005, 2022

From Kharkiv to Odesa, from Mariupol to Kherson. Every person, every story, every request – we make every effort to provide necessary assistance!

We are aware of difficult humanitarian situation in many settlements in different parts of the country. Many cities, villages and their inhabitants suffer daily from hostilities or their consequences. We hear thousands of personal stories, we go through together with you, and we work hard every day using all our strengths, resources and opportunities to find ways to help.
We sympathize with those affected, but we believe that together we can overcome everything and change this situation.
We are with you!

ADRA Ukraine team
Hotline phone numbers:
+38 067 333 1752
+38 093 170 6739
+38 050 615 5750

905, 2022

Fifteen microgrants have been received and are being used by Ukrainian organizations to help people affected by the war

One of ADRA Ukraine’s current projects is to provide micro-grants to those organizations or institutions that have initiated their own humanitarian aid projects. At present, benefactors are already actively implementing 15 grant projects aimed at supporting the population in the most affected and hard-to-reach regions or helping those who have left these regions.

Due to the fighting in the formerly peaceful settlements of Ukraine, many citizens were forced to leave their homes and seek refuge in Western Ukraine. Therefore, the issue of organizing and creating temporary shelters for internally displaced persons has become acute.

Thus, in Chernivtsi region with the support of grants, accommodation centers provide assistance: “Your Camp” and Health Complex “Bukovynska Chereshenka”. Near Mukachevo – Sanatorium “Soniachni Karpaty” that receives and accommodates families for temporary residence.

Grant assistance has covered expenses on repair and construction of accommodation centers for reception of IDPs in such cities as Vinnytsia and Kamianets-Podilsky. The Boarding House “Barvinok” that is situated in Lviv region has received financial support. The Christian School “Shchaslyve Misto” in Tiachiv, Zakarpattia region receives and accommodates IDPs. The camp base in the village of Suvyd, Kyiv region, houses evacuees on a permanent and temporary basis.

Grant assistance has been received by Ukrainian Institute of Arts and Sciences, a private university, that is situated in Bucha, Kyiv region. The funds are used for material and technical support related to the delivery of humanitarian aid and restoration of campus property of the Institute damaged by the fighting. Victims of war receive assistance.

The public organization “Ia Buchanets” works in the Bucha city territorial community. Due to the grant, it rebuilds war-damaged homes and provides informational support to community residents.

Assistance to vulnerable groups in Zakarpattia region in the form of food and hygiene means is provided by Zakarpattia Regional Charitable Foundation “Caritas St. Martin”.

Clinic “Angelia” that provides medical support to affected Ukrainians has received a grant for further implementation of the Mobile Clinic project. Due to mobile trips, more people receive doctor’s consultations, test results, medical care and other assistance.

Charitable organization “Ie vykhid!” provides psychosocial assistance to internally displaced persons in Poltava region.

A branch office of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Ukraine in the Eastern Dnipro region is setting up transit points to receive IDPs as well as evacuating people from the eastern and southern regions of the country. The Kyiv branch of this church is implementing a project that helps citizens of Kyiv and guests of the capital to adapt psychologically and emotionally to the crisis situation. The project also provides comprehensive assistance that covers the basic needs of people. The church branch in the Southern region provides food assistance to people affected by the war in cities of Mykolaiv, Odesa and Kherson regions.

605, 2022

Food aid and evacuation – results of ADRA Ukraine activities during the week

Within the framework of the project of emergency food aid to the affected population of Ukraine that is actively implemented with the support of the UN World Food Program (WFP) and ADRA Ukraine, volunteers have distributed 310,717 loaves of bread, more than 60 tons of food aid and 376 food kits. In particular, the distribution of food kits took place in Odesa in the presence of representatives of humanitarian organizations of WFP, ADRA Ukraine, as well as TV channels “Nadiya”, CNL and others.

Every day the distribution of bread covers residents of Sumy, Chernihiv, Poltava, Odessa, Zaporizhzhia regions. Assistance is provided to city administrations, social centers, hospitals, accommodation centers and volunteer centers.

Mykolaiv and Kyiv regions have received assistance in the form of pasta and sunflower oil.

“Hope for Ukraine” Project with the support of ADRA Ukraine and “Nadiya” TV channel that covers several areas at once, continues to provide humanitarian aid in the form of food, hygiene means, medicines and clothing. People are being evacuated from hotspots to safer places.

This week, more than 100 IDPs in Kropyvnytskyi and Kirovohrad regions have received assistance. Volunteers have also provided humanitarian aid to IDPs from Kharkiv who now live in Khmelnytskyi. Several settlements in Kyiv region have also joined the project where assistance to families with children, the elderly and people with disabilities is rarely provided.

Residents of one of the villages of Kharkiv region that is located 5 km from the contact line have received assistance in the form of 122 food packages and psychological support.

Evacuation of people from hot spots goes on. This week, due to the joint efforts of several current ADRA Ukraine projects, the number of evacuees has reached 10,000.

505, 2022

ADRA Ukraine We provide assistance in several areas

Since the beginning of the military conflict in Ukraine, we have managed to evacuate more than 10,000 people from hotspots, and this process is ongoing.

With the support of ADRA Network , people affected by the war can receive food and non-food items, hygiene belongings. IDPs living in collective centers also receive kits.

There are several centers, three of them in Chernivtsi region in Western part of Ukraine.

With the support of ADRA Czech Republic, humanitarian aid is regularly delivered that is packaged and transported to places of residence of IDPs.

With the support of UNICEF, drinking water continues to be supplied to regions in need. There are settlements of Donetsk region among them.

In addition, in the framework of the project, with the support of the UN World Food Program, people have an opportunity to receive fresh bread for free. Almost every day volunteers distribute several tons of bread.

One of important areas of assistance to Ukrainians is information support that covers up to 10,000 requests daily.
This information support consists of applications for assistance and consultations.

This is a small list of what we do, thanks to your support. But there are still many assistance projects ahead that we plan to implement.

We believe that changing the world, one life at a time.

405, 2022

“The main thing is that my children are safe”, – a resident of Donetsk region about the evacuation

Olga Leonydivna lived in Lyman, Donetsk region, with her four children and an elderly mother. On April 27, 2022, when the situation in the city had worsened due to hostilities, the woman decided to evacuate to a safer place.

 

“The main thing for me is that my children are safe. When a shell fell near my house, having damaged the roof and windows, I realized that there was no time to procrastinate. – Olga shares.  – My eldest daughter found information on the Internet about the possibility of free evacuation from the charitable fund ADRA Ukraine.  We called the indicated number, and within an hour we were taken first to Kramatorsk, and later – to Dnipro. I am very grateful to the staff of the charitable fund for their help, attention and compassion.”

 

As of February 24, 2022, ADRA Ukraine in cooperation with the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund, has provided free transportation services to residents of isolated communities in Luhansk and Donetsk regions by facilitating access of population to basic and vital services. In late February, the charitable organization was forced to refocus its transport efforts on evacuating civilians from areas of active hostilities.

 

In cooperation with UHF, ADRA staff have relocated about a thousand civilians to safer places in the past month, including people with disabilities, large families and other vulnerable people.

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