“What could warm our body and heart than a kind, benevolent attitude and a fluffy duvet?”
Many refugees from Ukraine found shelter in the neighbouring country of Moldova. ADRA Moldova is running several activities and projects to make them as comfortable as possible. They are well taken care of, as ADRA focuses on fulfilling their physical and physiological needs.
Basarabeasca is the locality that hosts over 100 refugees from Ukraine. ADRA Moldova, within the partnership supported by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, organizes adaptation, befriending and social inclusion activities. “It’s a pleasure to see them engaged, participating and smiling together!” an ADRA Moldova representative wrote.
It is not only refugees’ hearts that are warm. In the cold months, they also received a blanket to keep them warm during the winter.
“The times when the mornings are getting colder, the people are more distant, and the needs are increasing… What could warm our body and heart than a kind, benevolent attitude and a fluffy duvet?” ADRA Moldova representative described the reason behind the action supported by the International Rescue Committee.
Starting in November, ADRA Moldova has also been an implementation partner for IOM Moldova in the financial support activity of refugees from Ukraine. The first registration stage has already taken place, in which approximately 60 refugees and their families located on the territory of Transnistria participated.
“Any support is welcome; food products, hygiene kits, clothes or blankets are also essential. However, financial resources are vital because we can’t cover some things unless they are paid for,” an ADRA Moldova representative explains.