In cooperation with the local government of Kherson, the World Food Programme (WFP) that is a humanitarian organization of the United Nations, and ADRA Ukraine distribute electronic and paper food certificates to support all current residents of the Kherson community.
The project is aimed at helping residents of Kherson and villages and towns belonging to the community, including: Antonivka, Zelenivka, Komyshany, Naddniprianske, Bohdanivka, Petrivka, Sadove, Stepanivka, Blahovishchenske, Zymivnyk, Inzhenerne, Molodizhne, Prydniprovske, Pryozerne, Soniachne.
An electronic certificate is a unique eight-digit number for ATB stores and a thirteen-digit number for “Silpo” stores. It can be used to purchase food or any other useful items (except alcohol and tobacco) at any ATB or “Silpo” store.
Please, read more detailed information on obtaining and distribution of certificates at the link:
The distribution of electronic certificates will continue until the end of February. For more detailed information on where to receive paper certificates, keep an eye out for information starting in March from the official sources listed below, or contact your nearest humanitarian aid or inviolability point.
World Food Programe:
(on technical issues of using certificates)
+38 067 333 1752
+38 093 170 6739
+38 050 615 5750
Call-Center work time:
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Sunday: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday: day off
Kherson local authorities: