ADRA Poland’s eleven power generators are on their way
Power generators are the ”hot need” in Ukraine. They are pricey, and even when funds are secured, they are also becoming unavailable on the (Ukrainian) market due to enormous demand. Therefore, the news about ADRA Poland’s eleven power generators on their way to Ukrainian cities was warmly received.
The units purchased by ADRA Poland will soon reach shelters in various parts of Ukraine and help residents survive the coming winter months. Generators are going to Uman, Novoarhangelsk, Kropyvnyckyj, Talne, Cherkasy, and Chernomorska Odessa.
“We are glad that our actions translate into real help for the civilian population in Ukraine. Unfortunately, these 11 aggregates are only a tiny drop in the ocean of current needs. Thousands of shelters and places where Ukrainian children stay in the cold still have to function without electricity and heating,” an ADRA Poland representative explains.
As a result of the war, the shelters run by ADRA are also deprived of electricity and heating supplies. As we reported, many places, including those with small children, do not have access to hot meals, and people are freezing in very cold buildings.