Accommodation centres in Ukraine are up and running
Three regions in Ukraine have accommodation centres for internally displaced persons and serve the needs of people who had to find shelter from the effects of war.
Each centre provides a comfortable stay. It has shower cabins in the rooms, a kitchen and a dining room. Residents are receiving three meals a day, laundry and drying services, and provision of communal and other services: firewood, food, medicine, and household goods.
The centres’ doors are open for people with disabilities; large and low-income families; internally displaced persons; people who have lost family members, and people who have lost their homes due to hostilities in their region.
The Centres are running due to the support of ADRA network partners and ADRA International.