Anya Hursh, shares the pain in Ukraine. The food parcel project mentioned in this report is a effort of several Anabaptist organizations.
The war has displaced around 12 million people. Many of these people fled their homes with nothing but the clothes on their backs.
CAM continues to provide crucial ongoing aid in Ukraine to bring hope to these resilient but weary people.
Many people nearly panic as the weather in Ukraine gets colder and they have little to no means of staying warm.
Many people in Ukraine and other Eastern European countries shiver with dread as they think of staying warm in the harsh winter season ahead.
“Some of these people have nothing,” a staff member shared about people living in Ukraine’s conflict areas.
Our goal at CAM is to supply aid to people in need. We provide blankets, medicine, literature, and firewood to prepare Ukrainians for winter.
Dina, an 88-year-old widow, lives with her daughter. They speak sadly of the day bombs fell on their village, damaging their house.
Winter concerns many Ukrainians who feel the effects of a war-tattered land. Before the war, winter in Ukraine created hardships for people.
Your generous funds have helped CAM provide relief for Ukraine. The need for food arose early in the conflict as people fled their homes.
As the war persists, we see overwhelming devastation and death in Ukraine. Families tragically lost their homes, wellbeing, and lives.
The military in Ukraine is present. Roadblocks in Zapruddya and Kyiv are pushed to the side and left there in case they are needed later.
We see much destruction and heartbreak while driving across Ukraine. Beautiful homes become graveyards and junkyards.
Thousands of people have died since the war in Ukraine started this year. Russia invaded the country on February 24.
CAM started to provide food to Ukrainians at the beginning of the war and continues to give this crucial aid.