ADRA evacuates people from Ukraine to Poland for free
Free transportation from Ukraine to safety is just one of the things ADRA provides. People affected by the war in Ukraine are also offered further support – shelter, assistance with the preparation of the official documents, and employment.
In order to help people fleeing the war, ADRA Ukraine offers the possibility of free travel to Poland in a comfortable air-conditioned bus equipped with two spacious luggage compartments, and the assistance of a Ukrainian/Russian-speaking employee during the entire trip.
Upon arrival in Poland, ADRA provides all applicants with accommodation in long-term or short-term shelters; access to drinking water, shower, toilet, kitchen, and hot water; and provision of one-time meals.
If the number of shelters in Poland is insufficient to accommodate evacuees, ADRA will provide transport to public shelters from which it is possible to move to other European countries.
If possible, ADRA Poland will help evacuees integrate into Polish society (namely, by finding a job, taking Polish language courses, etc.).
Such assistance is available to women, children, people of retirement age, and men if they have permission to travel abroad.