Residential buildings in the country’s capital were damaged this morning as a result of a massive bombardment from rocket attacks.
On January 31st, our Country Director, Darya Romanenko, briefed at a parliamentary briefing on the response and recovery of Ukraine, with over 20 participants including representatives of various caucuses of the Bundestag and the German Federal Foreign Office.
On 25 January, Berlin hosted an evening on “Best Practices in Rebuilding Ukraine”, attended by over 170 representatives of politics, civil society, and the private sector.
The main topic of the interview was the Bonn Hilft Cherson project, within the framework of which the German city of Bonn initiated the collection of funds to help the people of Kherson
This week, our colleagues from the German Help office visited Kyiv – the Head of the Program Department Fabian Nolde, the Program Coordinator Ukraine & Moldova Katrin Trushevskyy and the Regional Representative for the CEE/Ukraine Julia Brückner.
The project aims to help affected people in the southern and eastern regions of Ukraine. Particular attention will be paid to survivors of gender-based violence and women-led families.
The project addresses vulnerable populations’ challenges, encompassing shelter, non-food items (NFI), heating, and livelihoods.
Targeted financial assistance for winter rental housing will be provided for 1,000 people who are citizens of Ukraine (18+ years old), have the status of an internally displaced person (IDP) as of 24 February 2022 and currently reside in Zakarpattia, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk and Volyn regions.
Project aim focuses on emergency assistance to the Nova Kakhovka dam incident victims.
The project aims to support the Kherson Regional Children’s Hospital with the necessary medical equipment.
The project aims to assist internally displaced persons and local institutions in Lviv, Volyn, Ivano-Frankivsk, and Zakarpattia regions.
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