In Kherson, the connection was turned off, but we were able to support 59 families with humanitarian aid

From May 30 and June 20, 2022, 59 families in Kherson, occupied by russian troops, received humanitarian aid in the form of food kits. 

On May 30, 2022, the occupiers turned off mobile communications and the Internet in the entire Kherson region, and Kherson residents were completely cut off from the outside world for several days. 

At the beginning of June, the Internet, which the occupiers redirected through russia spying on the people, began to appear in Kherson. However, as of June 24, Ukrainian mobile communications were still not activated. 

Thereby the speed of our assistance to the needy in Kherson slowed down, but did not stop. 

During the specified period, we were able to help 155 Kherson residents, including: 35 children under 18, 59 pensioners and 61 citizens aged 18-59.

The total amount of purchases was UAH 49,660.00.

Unfortunately, the limited number of providers that provide Internet access services, as well as the lack of Ukrainian mobile communicationsmake accessing the Ukrainian banking system somewhat difficult. 

We purchase exclusively Ukrainian products from Ukrainian manufacturers and entrepreneurs who remain in the temporarily occupied territory of the Kherson region. As we wrote earlier, Kherson and the region do not have a single humanitarian corridor from the Ukraine-controlled territory, and therefore, we make all purchases within the Kherson region.

We could reach more Kherson residents with humanitarian aid, but we need help because the purchase is made exclusively from your donations. 

You can help the courageous people of Kherson by supporting them by Visa/Mastercard and/or bank transfer. We will then be able to buy food and deliver it to those who are already in despair.