Support for refugees from Crimea
Thirteen Tatar families who were resettled from the Autonomous Republic of Crimea are now under the care of “CARITAS SDD UGKC“ in Drohobytsch, thanks to a project financed by the Open Dialogue Foundation. Assistance is extended to 65 people.
According to the Foundation’s data, more than 6,000 civilians and 3,100 military personnel were forced to leave the Crimea.
According to data as of the end of April, gathered by the Foundation, more than 6,000 civilians and 3,100 military personnel have been forced to leave the peninsula.
Support is provided according to the individual needs of the displaced persons. It includes accommodation, food, medicines, clothes, personal hygiene products and school stationery. Caritas also helps with carrying out formalities and seeking jobs. The Open Dialog Foundation has donated EUR 9,800 to Ukraine to help the Tatars to date.
The number of those forcibly resettled from the Crimea is still growing. According to data as of the end of April, gathered by the Foundation, more than 6,000 civilians and 3,100 military personnel have been forced to leave the peninsula. The number of applicants seeking political asylum in Poland is 212.
The Foundation directs its help towards the ones who need it most, gathering official information from sources such as state district administrations and coordinators engaged in finding places for these people to live, and working with organisations such as: Euromaidan SOS, Krym SOS, Bez granic!.