We are stunned by the aggression…
but we are not speechless, we say„WE HELP!“
Olga und ihr zweijähriger Sohn Oskar in Chisinau in Moldawien: “Wir packten einen kleinen Koffer mit unseren Dokumenten und Habseligkeiten und gingen.”
Der elfjährige Oskar aus Kiew kam mit Mutter und Großmutter in eine Flüchtlingsunterkunft in der moldauischen Stadt Chisinau. Er und die anderen Kinder sind sehr verängstigt, er will nichts über den Krieg hören.
The Republic of Moldova / Moldova is one of the first contact points for war refugees from Ukraine and has already received over 100,000 traumatized women and children in the last few days.
Despite being one of the poorest countries in Europe, President Maia Sandu opened Moldova’s borders and its residents their hearts. The poor farmers on the border, who can hardly make ends meet themselves, provided the refugees with basic food. In addition, the government, together with the residents of Moldova, immediately initiated the construction of provisional reception camps in Palanca and Ocnița.
As a non-profit organization, we have been supporting the people of Moldova for over 10 years. Especially in unbelievable situations like these, we MUST stand together in solidarity and support our fellow European citizens! Drinking water, shelter, food, hygiene items, medical aid and heating material are most urgently needed!
Please HELP us to HELP!