The pastor lives in one of Ukraine’s conflict areas and his granddaughter had just been severely injured when their house was shelled.
Ukrainians express words of thanks for the unwavering support and aid during the relentless conflict……
Staff members reported great needs but observed that the impact of the Ukraine conflict is not the same everywhere.
The most vulnerable in Ukraine’s war are the disabled, elderly, and widows. Wheelchairs can not go to underground or basement shelters.
Yesterday a load of mattresses was delivered that were funded by CAM. We are working to distribute truckloads of aid to the endless needs.
We have received multiple prayer requests from our contacts in Ukraine who are daily reminded of the results from the conflict.
The brutal war continues to affect many lives caught in the crossfire. Approximately 13 million people are trapped in areas of conflict.
CAM staff member and volunteer heading out to join the aid headed to Ukraine. Part of this aid was funded by CAM supporters.
In less than 5 weeks, over 3.5 million refugees fled Ukraine according to the UN. Most people fleeing the violence in their homeland
This intensifies the need for food assistance for Ukrainians throughout the country, especially in areas where the conflict is active.
Two of our staff members recently made an incredibly dangerous trip to the war zone in Ukraine delivering aid.
Relentless fighting continues between Russia and Ukraine with millions of people suffering in the wake of the conflict.
The UN Refugee Agency estimates that 1.7 million refugees have now been displaced to neighboring countries since Russia invaded Ukraine.
Ukraine are facing the 7th day of fighting since Russia began its invasion. Air raids, bombings, missile strikes, and ground combat.
In Europe’s largest ground war since World War 2, Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24. People in Ukraine have spent nights in basements.