Provision of lifesaving winterization, NFI and shelter support to conflict affected populations in Ukraine
The conflict in Ukraine has led to a large-scale humanitarian crisis.An estimated 1.4 million homes in Ukraine have been damaged or destroyed since the escalation of the conflict. The situation is particularly worrying in front-line communities, where ongoing attacks persistently inflict damage and contribute to the existing extensive destruction. The situation is further exacerbated by the floods resulting from the Kahkovka dam disaster.Individuals in these communities are often forced to live in homes with leaking roofs, broken windows, and damaged walls. Nearly 5.1 million people remain internally displaced across Ukraine, with up to 3 million seeking refuge in front-line oblasts, where humanitarian needs are most acute.
To contribute to save lives and alleviate suffering of conflict-affected populations in Eastern and Southern Ukraine.
To enhance the resilience of vulnerable women, men, girls, and boys in conflict-affected areas in Eastern and Southern Ukraine by improving their living conditions and safety and security.
ER 1: 2,250 conflict-affected women, men, girls, and boys have improved living conditions and increased resistance to winter conditions in the target regions.
ER 2: 1,600 internally displaced persons in Eastern and Southern Ukraine have increased dignified and safe living conditions in well-equipped collective shelters and/or well-functioning buildings of public institutions.
ER 3: 3,000 conflict-affected women, men, girls, and boys in the target regions have increased safety and security through access to adequately equipped invincibility points and bomb shelters.
Winterization non-food-items (NFIs) distribution
Equipping, Repairing, and Renovating Collective Shelters/buildings of public institutions.
Distribution of invincibility kits for invincibility points and bomb shelters through CARE’s Rapid Response Mechanism.
5,138 (3,344 female, 1,794 male)
01.01.2024 – 31.12.2024
Nachbar in Not
This project contributes to the following sustainable development goals (SDGs):