Providing support and assistance to vulnerable individuals and families affected by war

Support of people affected by the hostilities which started on 24 February 2022 on the territory of Ukraine and/or people in difficult life circumstances in Desniansky and Dniprovsky districts of Kyiv and in Vasylkiv territorial community in Kyiv region


Target audience:

  • Internally displaced women with children
  • War-affected families with children in difficult life circumstances
  • Large and low-income families
  • Families which have children with disabilities and special educational needs
  • Single mothers and fathers
  • Adoptive and foster families, etc.



  • Distribution of food packages and hygiene items
  • Provision of mental health support to women who experienced violence
  • Provision of mental health support to war-affected families and children
  • Support of women from target groups with equipment and training for their self-employment
  • Provision of over-the-counter medications and health products
  • Distribution of materials to cover basic needs, in particular children’s needs


Implemented with support of SOS Children’s Villages within the SOS Children Emergency Relief Program.

For additional information, please contact Yevheniia Kuvshynova, Project Manager:


Project “INTEGRATED HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE IN WARTIME AND POST-WAR RECOVERY CONDITIONS”. Provision of services in the “Safe Space” Counseling Center.


Target groups:

  • internally displaced persons;
  • representatives of risk groups, families with children who found themselves in difficult life circumstances during hostilities or as a result of war.



  • providing legal counseling;
  • providing psychological counseling;
  • providing medical counseling;
  • distribution of humanitarian aid (if the client has an IDP certificate).


For additional information please contact Oleh Babych, Director of the Center,, 067 1345540.

Working hours – Monday-Friday, 10:00 – 18:00.

Address: Kyiv, 20B Heroiv Stalingradu Avenue.


Project is implemented with the financial support of Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) by AUCO “CONVICTUS-UKRAINE” with the technical support of the Christian Aid and coordinated by ICF “Alliance for Public Health”.


Providing Shelter to KPs in 2 Shelters Based in Kyiv and Ivano-Frankivsk Regions, Technical Support of Shelters for IDPs


Target audience:

  • Internally displaced persons vulnerable to HIV, who lost their homes and who have no access to social or health services due to hostilities
  • OST patients from among IDPs with a focus on activists
  • Residents of shelters and institutions of Public Health NGO (Kryvyi Rih), 100% Life.Cherkasy NGO (Cherkasy), Mercy NGO (Zhytomyr), Light of Hope NGO (Poltava)



  • Provide shelter, household services, food, social support and mental health consultations, equip 50 additional beds for the members of key populations (Verkhovyna, Ivano-Frankivsk region and Stayky, Kyiv region)
  • Cover housing rental for 10 OST patients from among IDPs for 3 months (30 payments)
  • Provide technical support (furniture, equipment) to 4 organizations to expand the number of beds in the facilities for IDPs (Public Health NGO, 100% Life. Cherkasy NGO, Mercy NGO, Light of Hope NGO)


The activities are implemented within the Regional Project “Sustainability of Services for Key Populations in EECA Region” supported by Alliance for Public Health.

For additional information, please contact Yuliia Tsarevska, Project Manager:


Supporting Shelters and Centers for Psychosocial Support to Expand the Number of Beds and Decently Receive Vulnerable IDPs


Target audience:

  • IDPs in shelters and centers for psychosocial support in Kyiv, Chernivtsi, Zakarpattia, Ivano-Frankivsk regions
  • Staff members of shelters and centers for psychosocial support who experience emotional burnout



  • Equip 30 additional beds in three facilities (furniture, cots, linen, towels, etc.)
  • Provide the equipment required for the facilities because of the increased number of beds
  • Offer individual and group supervision support to staff members of the centers working with IDPs


The project is implemented with support of the International Renaissance Foundation within the Humanitarian Solidarity Initiative.


For additional information, please contact Yuliia Tsarevska, Project Manager: