Russian aggression left thousands of Ukrainian families homeless
houses were destroyed
families are homeless
Olesia with her young daughter Yasmina and her mother evacuated before a russian shell hit the house.
They left for Poland, where they lived and worked, but their heart still yearned for home. After returning to Makariv, Olesia continued to work at the local police station.
We’re happy to share that the Moiseienko family finally received a modular house
For more than half a year, Nadiia, her son Yaroslav and his girlfriend Sofiia huddled in a small summer kitchen that survived after being hit by russian shells.
Inna’s house was destroyed twice by the occupiers
First in the Luhansk region, and in March — in the Kyiv region, in the village of Kalynivka. A 64-year-old woman and her son were left homeless. A cover made of logs and a tarpaulin served as a temporary shelter for the family.
One more family came back home
The NEST initiative set up a prefabricated house for the Kostiuchenko family. It has 6 modules which include equipped bathroom, kitchen, and 4 bedrooms.
Valentyna Kutova’s family received a #NEST temporary modular house to live in comfortable conditions again
Oleg, Valentyna’s husband, is a builder. He was looking forward to the opportunity of restoring the family house for his grandchildren, who asked every day when they would be able to come home.