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5 ways Caritas Czech Republic is helping people affected by the war in Ukraine
April 11, 2022 News

5 ways Caritas Czech Republic is helping people affected by the war in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has been going on for more than a month. Throughout this time, we have seen a huge wave of solidarity with the Ukrainian people, with donors having already sent 121 million CZK to the Caritas for Ukraine collection. Thanks to them and the generous support of many companies and organisations, we are able to help Ukrainians at home and abroad. How does Caritas help people affected by the war?

Iryna left Kiev with her family. But they are staying in the country and want to help
April 7, 2022 News

Iryna left Kiev with her family. But they are staying in the country and want to help

Iryna Selina was born in Kiev and lived almost in the city centre. After the outbreak of the war, she moved with 4 adults and a child to Drohobych, in the west of Ukraine, where Caritas Ukraine operates. Our colleagues there help internally displaced people on the ground - providing them with food, clothing, accommodation and medical care. Read how the refugee group assesses the current situation and what their plans are.

We don't want to be on the run, we want to return, says woman fleeing war
April 5, 2022 News

We don't want to be on the run, we want to return, says woman fleeing war

One car, two days, four women. Nina, her daughter, mother and mother-in-law fled Kiev for the western Ukrainian town of Drohobych. "Their boys" stayed in the capital. They want to defend it so the family has somewhere to return to.

A story from the war: photographer Zlata from Kiev
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A story from the war: photographer Zlata from Kiev

Zlata was about to start a new job in a production company in Kiev but it has been postponed indefinitely. The war put an end to her plans. She managed to escape Ukraine and is now looking for a job in Poland. She hopes to make a living as a photographer, but would be happy for any job. She wants to financially support her family, who have remained in Ukraine and are hiding from the attacks.