A shelter for IDPs from vulnerable populations was opened in Rzhyshchiv community (Kyiv oblast)
“Convictus Ukraine” has opened 4 rooms for 30 people in the Rzhyshchiv community (Kyiv oblast). They are ready to accept internally displaced persons from vulnerable groups.
Many facilities are now overcrowded and unable to provide decent living conditions and access to social care. Therefore, we will help IDPs (women, men and children). We will provide them with food, psychological and social support.
By the end of the year, the institution will be able to accept at least 250 people from vulnerable populations within framework of the #SoS_project 2.0.
For information on accommodation and other services available at the shelter, call 0 (67) 696 34 84.
“Contact us, you are welcome here”, says project specialist Nataliya Reshetova.
* The regional project “Sustainability of Services for Key Populations in Eastern Europe and Central Asia” (SoS_project 2.0) is implemented by a consortium of organizations led by the Alliance for Public Health in partnership with “100% Life” – the Network of PLWH for financial support from The Global Fund.