Ukraine needs your help!
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine triggered the largest and most vertiginous exodus since World War II. More than 1.5 million people have entered the neighboring country since March 2, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). In Spain, the autonomous community provides nearly 4,000 shelters for Ukrainians, including beds for unaccompanied minors in municipalities, NGOs, family homes and public entities. Many people are wondering what they can do to help the Ukrainian people at home. Donating to humanitarian aid NGOs, voluntarily collecting essential products and medicines or taking in refugee children are some of the options.
Currently, donation is the most necessary option. The war continues and the safety of thousands of children is in danger. various NGOs have launched emergency programs to care for 45,000 people in Ukraine. With the arrival of a large number of displaced people in the west of the country, the organization provides support to children and families from other areas with basic needs. The donations will go towards essential packages, including warm clothes, hygiene items and food. «We are still doing medical diagnoses to see what their needs are and, of course, giving them psychological support,» explained a spokesperson, Monica Revera, in Brovary and Lugansk. The first 40 children from the city arrived in Poland after the beginning of March. .
“All organizations We work to ensure that all people who have fled violence, persecution, war or disaster in their homes have the right to seek refuge and find a safe haven.
According to the UN, a million people left Ukraine in the first seven days of the war with Russia. Given the severe impact on the civilian population, the six non-governmental organizations that make up the Emergency Committee (SOS Children’s Villages, Educo, Doctors of the World, Oxfam Intermón, Plan International and World Vision) called on all parties involved to promote peace . . . and prevent new casualties in armed conflict.
“The whole world looks at the war in Ukraine with fear, but also with solidarity. There are countless stories of entire families mobilizing to help Ukrainians flee the Russian invasion. However, in a protracted conflict, coordination in humanitarian aid is essential.”
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