From March 27 to April 3 of this year, in coordination with the Ministry of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories and in cooperation with the Help Ukraine Center, 11 humanitarian cargoes were delivered to the civilian population of Ukraine in 7 regions of Ukraine: Kyiv, Cherkasy, Kharkiv, Donetsk, Zhytomyr, Mykolaiv regions and Kyiv.
The humanitarian cargo included: men’s, children’s and women’s clothing, hygiene products, household goods and food.
The Center accumulates humanitarian and medical aid in Poland, transports it safely to Ukraine and transfers it to the regions under the coordination of the Ministry for further distribution. Thanks to our cooperation, the regions that need it the most have already received – and will continue to receive – food, clothing, household goods, hygiene products, baby food and other necessities.
It should be noted that from March 16 to April 3 of this year, 46 humanitarian goods were delivered to the civilian population in coordination with the Ministry of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories and in cooperation with the Help Ukraine Center in 17 regions and Kyiv. Work is underway.
Help Ukraine Center is the largest logistics hub for humanitarian aid in Eastern Europe, created at the initiative of Ukrainian businesses. TIS, Nova Poshta, Rozetka, Ocean.me and others are involved in the project.
Help Ukraine Center attracts humanitarian aid from around the world, processes and transports it to Ukraine. Hubs are currently operating in Poland (Lublin) and Romania (Huși).
It will be noted that on March 24, at the initiative of Deputy Prime Minister – Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine Iryna Vereshchuk, Poland sent 10 trucks of humanitarian aid with food, medicine and other necessities for the affected residents of Kyiv region. as a result of hostilities.