Convictus Ukraine implemented the project “Supporting shelters and centers for psychosocial support to expand the number of beds and decently receive vulnerable IDPs” with support of the International Renaissance Foundation
Convictus Ukraine implemented a short, but very important project “Supporting shelters and centers for psychosocial support to expand the number of beds and decently receive vulnerable IDPs” with support of the International Renaissance Foundation.
Shelters and other facilities, which now have to open their doors to much more people, providing them with shelter and basic services because of the war, urgently need equipment, machinery, and textiles as well as supervision and support.
“Thank you for this opportunity to arrange a room for leisure activities of people affected by the war,” said Karyna, who works in a Kyiv-based shelter.
“For me, it is important that I can cook food for my child anytime as we have several induction cookers, because we have over 10 moms with children living here,” shared Dina, mother of an infant, staying in a shelter in Ivano-Frankivsk region.
“I have received support of a supervisor and could finally see how to work with people in a comprehensive way so that their needs are fully covered,” thanked us Volodymyr from Bukovyna.
In our turn, we would like to thank our partner, the International Renaissance Foundation, for their timely support, allowing to improve the lives of individual people and take care both of shelter residents and staff members.
The project is implemented with support of the International Renaissance Foundation and CARE Deutschland e.V. within the Humanitarian Solidarity Initiative.