Situation Report – 22 November 2022
- HIA’s new Ukraine Humanitarian Fund project aims to provide principled and lifesaving multi-sectoral assistance to people affected by the war in Ukraine with specific response to the needs of the newly liberated areas. 300 households will be assisted with shelter acute emergency support in Kharkiv oblast, and 500 households will be equipped with emergency NFI and winterization items also in the recently liberated areas. Due to the flexibility and dignity afforded by cash assistance, the third programme leg is MPCA, this activity focusing on Lviv oblast, where the number of IDPs are constantly growing, and also on Kharkiv oblast; with total 1,000 beneficiaries.
- With the financial support of the Hungarian government, a new kindergarten in the city centre of Berehove has opened. After complete interior and exterior renovation, the institution is going to accommodate 45 children.
- HIA has started its nationwide free legal counselling service for refugees from mid-November at the Refugee Support Center in Budapest. Professionals visit the Center weekly, and via online consulting platform even more beneficiaries can have access to this service.
- HIA has reached 191,421 people so far, providing access to basic humanitarian aid, protection activities and other life-saving services both in Ukraine and in Hungary.
- HIA purchased and transported 178 metric tons of food to support the victims of the conflict in Ivano-Frankivsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kharkiv, Lviv, Zakarpattia, Kyiv, Poltava, Sumy and Odesa oblasts during this reporting period. With 4 metric tons of medical equipment delivered, in total 182 metric tons of humanitarian aid were transported to Ukraine during the past 2 weeks.
- Read more about our work in Ukraine in the attached Situation Report down below