Another transport of equipment for displaced orphanages from areas covered by the war has just reached those in need. We have received photos of parcels delivered by the Ivano-Frankivsk Maltese Relief Service.
Orphaned kids from areas affected by the hostilities found themselves in a very difficult situation. Children that were displaced from eastern Ukraine to the area of Ivano-Frankivsk needed a safe place to stay that would meet their basic needs.
The displaced orphanages lacked the most basic equipment. With the support of our donors, we were able to step in and help.
As part of our transport, the center received, among others: cots, mattresses, bedding, towels, tables and chairs, household appliances, pots and much more.
The photos speak for themselves – the children and the staff of the orphanages were very grateful for the help.
Thank you to all the Foundation's donors who allow us to help the innocent victims of the war.
Since the beginning of the war, over 3 million refugees have fled the country which amounts to the biggest refugee crisis since WW2. Out of this number, almost 2,5 millions have already arrived in Poland. Most of them are women and children – some of whom travel unaccompanied. Each day, about 10 000 moms and children arrive in Warsaw, mainly by train, but also with other forms of public and private transportation.
Project co-financed within the framework of the Polish development cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.