April 20, 2016

Pope appeal for Ukraine

By |20 April 2016|

Pope Francis has asked for a special collection 24 April for humanitarian aid for Ukraine. Since the crisis began, Caritas has helped more than 260,000 people.

War-torn Ukraine needs aid

By |14 April 2016|

Pope Francis has announced that a special collection will be taken up in all Catholic churches in Europe on 24 April for Ukraine. Caritas on the frontline.

December 17, 2015

Caritas launches Ukraine appeal

By |17 December 2015|

Caritas is appealing for support for Ukraine to help people caught in conflict get through the winter. The appeal for Euros 1.5 million will focus on shelter, winterisation, psycho-social support and access to basic health services.

War’s lasting trauma in Ukraine

By |2 December 2015|

Lives ripped apart by the horrors of war and how Caritas Ukraine is helping families heal the wounds.

Families caught in Ukraine’s war

By |1 December 2015|

Ukraine's civil war is a hidden crisis in Europe. Hundreds of thousands of people have been forced from their homes and are in need of humanitarian aid.

Life on Ukraine’s frontline

By |1 December 2015|

At least 800,000 people face war along the contact line in Ukraine. Not only are they under threat, but they face difficulties getting food, heating, shelter and medicine.

July 15, 2015

Painting by numbers in Ukraine

By |15 July 2015|

"We're not doing enough. The humanitarian catastrophe has not really been talked about or covered: 1.3 million people have left their homes behind and everything they had."

March 2, 2015

Displaced pensioners yearn for home in Ukraine

By |2 March 2015|

For those who flee the violence in their towns, needs are high for medicine, clothing, rent, firewood and food. Galina and Alexandre are receiving CRS/Caritas support of a cash grant, in the amount of €265 (US$300), that will allow them to purchase the most critical living items.

February 20, 2015

Hope surviving in Ukraine

By |20 February 2015|

Nadiya, 55, whose name means ‘hope’, is caught up in a conflict that she says she never saw coming. She doesn’t know whether she’ll ever see her home in again.

Caritas helping war devastated Ukraine

By |20 February 2015|

Around 1.5 million Ukrainians in the east of the country have been uprooted by war. People who had homes and jobs find themselves crammed into a small room or two and are largely dependent on charity. Caritas has so far helped people with essential aid.

August 27, 2014

Caritas aids families fleeing into Russia

By |27 August 2014|

In western Russia, diocesan Caritas members are helping mothers and children who have fled Ukraine. Caritas South of Russia (Diocese of Saratov) is now appealing for €90,000 to respond to the influx of refugees.

Serving Ukraine in a time of crisis

By |26 August 2014|

Caritas Ukraine is implementing 5 large-scale assistance projects across the country to respond to the crisis there.

February 19, 2014

Concern is growing over deadly unrest in Ukraine

By |19 February 2014|

Caritas Ukraine says violence in Ukraine between police and protesters is spiralling out of control. Dialogue and a plan for peace is needed to end the impasse.

U-turn Ukraine: There’s no place like home

By |27 February 2012|

Oxana had left Ukraine to join her husband. He had gone to Brussels to look for work after being made redundant and with the lack of job opportunities at home.

Will street children in Ukraine survive the cold?

By |16 February 2012|

Caritas Ukraine continues to tackle the increasing number of homeless children, one of the country’s biggest sociological problems, who are now facing a harsh winter.

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