The financial aid was provided by the Women’s Aid International Foundation in cooperation with the Polish Center for International Aid. We provided monetary assistance to Ukrainians who suffered due to the military aggression of the russian federation against Ukraine and who live in the Darnytskyi and Dniprovskyi districts of Kyiv.
Poland continues to provide support to Ukrainians who suffered from russia’s armed aggression against Ukraine. In addition to the fact that Poland has taken in hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians who fled the war, it also sends aid to Ukraine. Previously, together with the Polish Center for International Aid, we provided food kits to forcibly displaced persons from Dniprovskyi and Darnytskyi districts of the city of Kyiv.
Now it has become clear that many internally displaced persons need not only humanitarian, but also financial support. That is why we initiated the provision of cash assistance to especially vulnerable categories.
How much money was issued?
$225 ($75 per month)
Who could receive financial assistance?
Forced migrants from the Dniprovskyi and Darnytskyi districts of Kyiv.
What were the criteria for receiving aid?
Financial support could be obtained only if the following conditions were met:
– the status of IDPs in 2022;
– income per person (not per family!) is less than UAH 3,500 per month;
– does not receive similar monetary assistance on a bank card from some other charitable organization;
– lives in a rented premises;
– there are 2 or more children in the family, and the parents do not have a permanent job
– the recipient is a pregnant woman
– a single elderly person with a disability.
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