Every day, these people take care of the victims of the russian-Ukrainian war: they pack humanitarian aid packages and send them to communities.
Find out more about the men in the photo (from left to right):
- Oleh keeps records of the aid received and sent;
- Oleksandr coordinates the work of the warehouse;
- Volodymyr works in the packaging department and carefully forms boxes for the recipients;
- Ruslan drives a forklift, a machine that loads pallets into trucks;
- Oleksandr receives the goods;
- Kesha helps with coordination.
This is how the food and hygiene kits from Diakonie Katastrophen. donors are packaged. For about nine years, the German organization has been helping Ukrainians affected by the russian-Ukrainian war.
We are grateful to everyone involved in our processes: our staff, donors, volunteers, and those who support us with donations. Special thanks to all people who write us letters of gratitude and appreciation.
Let’s help together!
10 February 2023