“SlovakAid” and “Caritas” Gave Ukrainians Modular Towns

by Meifan Honcharuk
Tuesday, June 27, 2023
“SlovakAid” and “Caritas” Gave Ukrainians Modular Towns

12 houses for IDPs from Kherson and Mariupol were opened in the Transcarpathian region

Czechia and Slovakia cooperated and provided 12 modular houses for internally displaced persons in Ukraine. Thanks to 'SlovakAid and Caritas in the Transcarpathian region, in the fresh air against the backdrop of stunning mountains, 12 modular houses were installed for Ukrainians who fled the war from Mariupol and Kherson. Houses were purchased and established for the general funds allocated by the states. They were connected to the electricity and water supply and drainage networks. Over time, it is planned to plant a small garden, put up gazebos and construct a parking lot. On the same territory, there is Ark of Peace house for children from Mariupol. 24 children live there.

In total, about 25 modular towns have been built on the territory of Ukraine, in which 25.000 Ukrainians have found shelter. Now those people who lost their homes due to the war can count on compensation from the state. The war will end, and people can return to their new homes.

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