Here a well-made short video from the supply centre in Chernihiv where br Leopold has been helping the distribution teams take vital aid to villages in the region. Many people there are homeless or living in houses which do not protect from rain and cold anymore. With infrastructures destroyed or damaged and employment completely disrupted, many many people (especially the most fragile) depend on these teams bringing them food and medicine. Please keep helping.
Hi everyone, a message here below from our friend Elena (coordinating the chain of goods to Chernihiv). Together we (you, friends and friends-of-friends with the brothers in Utrecht) are continuing to support Chernihiv's people. One fact that Elena mentions - 10% of Chernihiv's citizens are now homeless and relying on this supply chain's support. Please read. Your help is going quicker than ever before to these people in need. Dear friends, In Chernihiv 101 high-rise buildings were destroyed (it has a direct hit), that is 9,652 apartments. Another 551 houses were damaged by shell explosions nearby, the total number of apartments - 37 649, official statement of the local authorities. It means every 10-th citizen of Chernihiv don’t have place to live. I know some people are still in the city basements as they don’t have home any more. All area is in mins after Russian occupation. How long will it take to clean it up? During the fighting Russian troops destroyed in purpose a m