Kherson Vodokanal received a mobile water purification system

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in partnership with our "Union" Foundation, delivered a mobile water purification system to the Kherson Vodokanal to help ensure the supply of clean water during the flood following the destruction of the Kakhovka Dam. 

The water supply system is powerful enough to clean water for 25,000 people daily. USAID purchased the system from Ecosoft, a Ukrainian company based initially in Irpin, but later moved to Ternopil after their factory was damaged by russian shelling in the early days of the war. 

The price of a water purification system is UAH 3,082,968.00.

If you understand that you want to help the Kherson region, you can do so by providing information about the consequences of blowing up the Kakhovka HPP, what the situation is in Kherson and the region, and how people on the left bank are suffering. 

You can also donate any amount or send needed items, equipment, etc. 


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