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What can be done right now? Ukrainians unite to help servicemen and veterans

The human rights centre “Pryncyp” has joined the efforts and experience of Ukrainian serviceman and lawyer Masi Nayyem and human rights activist and volunteer Liubov Halan to help military personne…

“We’re going to rebuild Ukraine from scratch”

At first glance, it might seem as if Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has hardly altered life in Voznesensk, in Mykolaiv Oblast.

A new life for IDPs: how a Nefco and EU housing project transformed Ukra…

The energy efficient reconstruction of a former boarding school dormitory provides urgent housing for displaced Ukrainians in the community of Kivertsi under a programme funded by the EU and manage…

Faith unshattered amidst the war: Yevheniia’s story

In the tranquil town of Druzhkivka, in Donetsk region of Ukraine, Yevheniia led a quiet life. With her own apartment and a career as a crane operator, Yevheniia defied gender norms, much like her m…

The Taste of Historical Heritage: How Oksana Bas from Ukraine set up a u…

Oksana Bas is a leading ambassador for green tourism in Ukraine’s Vinnytsia Oblast. Thanks to her energy, this once little-known branch of the recreation business in Ukraine became a way to showcas…

A battle to preserve Ukraine’s cultural identity

Іван Гончар – відомий український художник. Під час численних експедицій по українських селах у 1950-х роках він зібрав велику колекцію етнографічних матеріалів і творів народного мистецтва, яка пе…

How Repair Together NGO Turn a Volunteer Cleanup Into a Party

For the second year in a row, Repair Together NGO continue to rebuild war-ravaged communities in the Chernihiv Oblast. Volunteers get so inspired due to the incredible atmosphere created by the NGO…

Resilience and hope: displaced Ukrainians rebuilding their lives

Dnipro — The war in Ukraine has left countless people displaced, their lives upended by the violence and turmoil that has gripped the country

How Solomiansky Kotyky Save Lives

The Solomiansky Kotyky, or Solomiansky Cats, Charitable Foundation was born out of a community of activists in Kyiv on February 24, 2022.

“Sometimes minutes count when you have saved a person’s life”

Just imagine that you can save someone’s life when commuting, in the subway, or even in the neighbor’s yard. And the graduates of rescue courses do not have to imagine: two weeks of training, and t…

How to act and move on: strategies for women facing discrimination and o…

Зростання рівня жорстокості в Інтернеті, кіберзалякування та різні види дискримінації стали актуальною проблемою в усьому світі.

Rising from ashes: Trostianets in Sumy Oblast fights for recovery after …

The small town of Trostianets in Sumy region was one of the first in Ukraine to find out what being “liberated” by Russia actually entails.
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