On the night of June 6, Russian troops blew up the Kakhovskaya HPP in the Kherson region. As a result of the explosion, 2,629 residential buildings were flooded in 20 settlements of the right-bank Kherson region. 2,779 people were evacuated from the Kherson region (including 300 children and 77 people with reduced mobility). 714 people were rescued (including 30 children and 40 people with reduced mobility). In total, nine evacuation points were deployed. In Mykolayiv Oblast, 31 settlements, or more than 500 private houses, were affected. Since the first days of the full-scale invasion, our Foundation has been supporting those most in need. Immediately after the tragedy due to the explosion of the Kakhovskaya HPP, our team promptly went to Kherson to help local residents. Without wasting a minute, our team took up the evacuation of civilians, deployed social kitchens - we prepare 1,500 - 1,700 portions every day, ensured access to drinking water, organized the delivery of food and non-food kits for shelters in the amount of 250 - 350 pieces. daily.Within the scope of the project, assistance to the Kherson region: hot meals, provision of drinking water, psychosocial support, distribution of food kits, hygiene and household kits, assistance in preparing the region for winter. Considering the security situation in Kherson, our team organized routes for address delivery of hot meals and kits (grocery, hygienic, household). The project covers social and humanitarian support for residents of all age categories, but, first of all, we are focused on supporting victims of war, the explosion of the Kakhovskaya HPP; the most vulnerable segments of the population: mothers with children, the elderly, people with disabilities.
1. Immediate response to disasters and catastrophes in Ukraine.
2. Providing timely assistance to those in need.
3. Еevacuating people from the affected areas.
4. Providing people with hot meals and drinking water.
5. Providing food and hygiene kits to residents in need.
6. Stabilizing the security situation in the region.
7. Eliminating the consequences of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant explosion.
8. Overcoming the humanitarian crisis in the community.
9. Assistance to residents in the restoration of houses.
10. Assistance to residents in preparing for winter.
11. Psychosocial support for civilians.