Emegency in Ukraine

Ukraine

Given the current situation, we join our ally, the Spanish Red Cross, to help citizens who have been displaced by the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine through a campaign which aims to collect donations for basic needs. The aid will be channeled through the local Red Cross of the countries that are hosting displaced people.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    53%raised
    • All We Wear Group (Pepe Jeans, Hackett, Façonnable) clients 2.122€
  • Direct beneficiaries 400

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 1.000

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.

Cruz Roja

Budget

  • Funding 4.000€
  • Total 4.000€
4.000€

Description

Since the beginning of the conflict, the Ukrainian Red Cross has distributed more than 1,000 tons of humanitarian aid throughout the country, including food, water, clothing, blankets, tents, hygiene items and other household goods. In addition, the Ukrainian Red Cross has provided psychosocial support and first aid to more than 42,000 people through its volunteer staff. At border points, Red Cross teams are organizing safe rest spaces for mothers and children fleeing the country, providing them with water, food and hygiene items.

The rapid teams of the Ukrainian Red Cross have provided support for the evacuation of more than 58,000 people, in collaboration with the emergency and health services to care for the injured population.

Activities

  • Provide shelter, basic relief items and medical supplies to displaced people.
  • Supply drinking water.
  • Offer medical help and psychological support.

Who will benefit?

With your help, shelter and blankets can be provided to displaced people.

Project objectives

Provide humanitarian aid to displaced persons and the civilian population of Ukraine.

Protect the space for neutral, impartial and independent humanitarian action, so that aid actors can maintain access to the civilian population and those not involved in the fighting, such as detainees or sick people.

Updates & Links

Cruz Roja (web)

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