On February 24, 2022, at 5:02 a.m., Russia attacked Ukraine by firing rockets at most of the country's major cities.
Hostilities have been going on for more than a month, and Ukrainians have been forced to leave their homes and hide from artillery and missile strikes.
As of March 30, 2022, there are
4.06 million people who have fled Ukraine
6.5 million of internally displaced people
12 million people who remain in flashpoint areas
Today Ukraine suffers the darkest time of its history and a real catastrophe. Our citizens need mass and large-scale assistance.
War has two fronts, one is the military and the second one is humanitarian.
From the very first days, part of the Ukrainian event community combined their efforts and created a crisis volunteer headquarters to coordinate the daily evacuation of about 60,000 people through the Lviv railway station.
Now, its representatives – agencies, leaders and industry professionals, are coming together to do what they do best, i.e. solve crisis issues, organize and systematize processes. This initiative is supported by the government authorities, particularly by Lviv Regional Military Administration