Россияне идите на улицы, а не на войну - RussInnen geht auf die Straßen und nicht in den Krieg - Russians take to the streets, not to war.
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Borodyanka, idyllic small Ukrainian town northwest of Kyiv, in life BEFORE Half a year later incomprehensible, in Borodyanka the heart goes into shock again, there is only one remedy - Tackle Borodyanka after the Russian shelling right at the beginning of the war on February 24, 2022 After the withdrawal of Russian troops from the Kiev area on March 31, 2022, the images of the Russian
Zaporizhzhia is now back on everyone's radar. Europe's largest nuclear power plant in the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia region in south-eastern Ukraine has recently came under fire again. In this war-torn region, there is a large influx of internally displaced persons and the need for humanitarian aid is enormous. ISHR would like to support the supply of life-saving medicines at a time when the medical and logistics infrastructures are under increasing pressure.
ISHR team provides targeted help in the war zone where others cannot reach. As part of the UN water sanitation programme, we were able to install a water filter in a rural school in Hornostaipil and provide food to 3 institutions for elderly care. Watch our video! The village of Hornostaipil is located in the Ivankiv village community of Kyiv region, not far from the Belarusian border, near the Chernobyl
Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, ISHR has been working at full speed to reach as many needy people in the war zone as possible. We have already been able to reach many thousands of people. Here are some recent "Thank-you photos" examples, sent to us from the aid package recipients. Since we are now also sending aid packages within Ukraine, we receive numerous inquiries via our newly
From the IGFM bulletin "For Human Rights /FdMR", No. 5/22, p.1 ISHR lawyers in Ukraine - "Our mission is to help now" “The situation is changing from day to day. We focus on food, hygiene and medicine, but people are also asking for fuel, money and most importantly drinking water. There is an urgent need for medicines for the heart, high blood pressure, bandages and especially baby food. As a
UKRAINE - News from our campaign "Help with medicines" May 2022 We are happy to report that the aid deliveries that were launched with your help are actually reaching their recipients - in Kharkiv, for example. The difficulty with transport is not so much connected with the distance, but the fact that every 500 metres or so you have to go through checkpoints where you have to identify yourself. Today
Touching words from Jurgita Samoskiene, the first chairwoman of the ISHR-Lithuania, a woman who never stands still! "We, the ISHR-Lithuania team, are ready to help people in their desperation and need, they can turn to us at any time and receive humanitarian assistance to make their daily lives easier. We work tirelessly every day to support them. Human dignity is inviolable, and people and their dignity are our top priority.
The Ukrainian city of Mariupol has become synonymous with the brutality of Russia's war of aggression Kateryna Sukhomlynova experienced the war there as a paramedic. She has now fled to Germany and reports there on the fate of her city. BY MICHAEL LEH Kateryna Sukhomlynova has worked as a paramedic for "Malteser" in Mariupol. Photo: Michael Leh She has seen and been through terrible things. The Ukrainian Kateryna
There are currently 47,000 Ukrainian refugees in Lithuania, and every day there are about 150 more of them. Small Lithuania, smaller than the German Free State of Bavaria, with a total population of less than 3 million, faces a serious humanitarian challenge. But the three small Baltic states are strong! And they understand Ukrainians like no one else. Unforgettable was their 600-kilometre-long human chain between the three capitals - Tallinn,