Report on Aid for civilians in February

Report on Aid for civilians in February


In February, our humanitarian department actively supported health facilities in frontline and de-occupied territories. We strengthened the dispensaries of small villages with medical kits, which means only one thing — more saved lives.

485 medical kits were delivered to 44 medical institutions in the Kherson, Kharkiv, and Mykolaiv regions

We understand the situation with medical care in small villages in the south and east, and that is why the focus of the humanitarian department is to actively help paramedic stations and dispensaries. In February, we delivered medical kits, which contained many different things: from medical scissors and hemostatic clamps to various types of plasters and bandages. We would like to thank our partners UNIQA Group (Austria) and UNIQA Ukraine Insurance Group.

47+ thousand medicines units were handed over to hospitals

Within our project with ANC Pharmacy, 23,000 units of medicines used for heart diseases and disorders of the digestive system, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic pills, and many other types of medicines were transferred to the Kherson City Clinical Hospital named after O.S. Luchanskyi.

Another batch of medicines was distributed in Zaporizhzhia, Chernihiv, and Sumy regions thanks to our partners.

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1,965 product kits, food, hygiene products, clothes, and shoes for civilians

The enemy continues to terrorize the Kherson region, while we help within our cooperation with the Global Empowerment Mission project. Our drivers delivered food and hygiene family kits to the communities of the Kherson region, which are close to the front line.

Independently and together with our partners in the regions, we distributed almost 12,000 portions of oatmeal, 1,200 canned goods, 7,500+ energy drinks, 900+ protein bars, as well as clothes, shoes, and hygiene products. We are grateful to PM-International, Hell Energy, and Lantmännen for nutritious food and drinks.


Setting communication in the Myliv administration in the Kherson region

20 smartphones were handed over to employees of the village councils of the Myliv community. Our goal is to provide a tool that will help them quickly request help, stay in touch and have access to the latest news.
25 mobile phones were given to elderly citizens whose means of communication were stolen by russians. Many thanks to the Rozetka company for provided means of communication.

3 modular houses for families of the Makariv region

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. In February 2023, the family received a NEST, and Mrs. Nadiia is already diligently arranging a new nest for her family.


Three generations of the Kostiuchenko family were left without a home because of the russian grads. The NEST team set up a large 6-modular house for this family. Now Oleksii and his wife continue to work in Makarsv and very soon they will plant a garden and vegetables in greenhouses.

The daughter of Olena Kolomiiets was very worried that her house and her favorite room were no longer there. Olena was left both without a home and a job, so there was a lot of pressure upon returning from the evacuation. We believe that the new prefabricated house will become a cozy and peaceful place for this family.

We installed those modular houses for families from Makariv thanks to donations from the Restream company and the Ukrainian community in Korea.

Also, we would like to thank OLX Ukraine for supporting our mobile housing project almost from the very beginning.

604 kg of dog and cat food to the front-line territories

In places where the russians have caused a lot of trouble, there are many injured homeless pets. That is why we joined forces with the Save Pets of Ukraine initiative and the Kormotech manufacturer.


The first batch of food was delivered to Lyman in the Donetsk region to provide about 100 animals for several weeks. In addition, our drivers take 60 kg of food on each trip to feed the pets they meet on the way south. These are only the first steps in our cooperation, more to come!