The thermoses were provided to single IDPs by Women’s Aid International together with the Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) and Care.
War destroys not only homes, but also entire lives. Many people were forced to come to Kyiv to be safe. Many of the displaced people are single people. They live alone or are most in need of help. Elderly people who do not have relatives who could take care of them often live alone. Some moved on their own because they lost their relatives due to the military aggression of the russian rederation.
Power outages have become a real challenge for single IDPs. After all, there is often no way to heat up food or even boil water. It is especially difficult for single refugees during long-term outages, due to which not only electricity, but also heating and water supply disappear. It was because of such difficulties that IDPs started turning to our Foundation with a request to receive thermoses.
250 elderly people received thermoses.
A SINGLE internally displaced person who:
– arrived in Kyiv from the south (Kherson, Odesa, Mykolaiv oblasts, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol) or the east (Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhya, Donetsk, Luhansk oblasts) of Ukraine in the period June – August 2022;
– registered in the Dnipro or Darnytsya district of Kyiv;
– has an income below UAH 5,000 per month;
– evacuee alone and lives in rented housing without a family and has the following status: an orphan child aged 16-18 OR an orphan child (regardless of age) studying in a higher educational institution of any form of ownership OR a person with a disability under the age of 35 years OR a person of retirement age, older than 65 years.
We would like to thank the Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) and the Care organization for their support.
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