On September 13th and 14th, 2022, following the evacuation of Mr. K.'s family in July, Polonaises Sans Frontières, in collaboration with the mayor of Mala Danylivka (Kharkiv region), Alexander A Gololobov, were able to distribute "food kits" made of basic necessities to the inhabitants of the city (mainly elderly people and people with disabilities).
The Kharkiv region suffers enormous damage due to its geographical position. However, it gets very little humanitarian aid. Humanitarian convoys can no longer venture into these far too dangerous regions. Regular money transfers allow the community to obtain humanitarian aid by exempting itself from the costs generated by the organization of a convoy. At the same time, purchases made in Ukraine support the local economy.
Following the first transfer made, the results are very positive. A hundred food parcels were distributed with only €500.
Since the humanitarian convoys are becoming scarce and the local needs are still predominant, we would like to continue to make these transfers regularly.