About the project

Ukraine One

Alongside our partners, Jesuit Refugee Service, we continue to support refugees affected by the conflict in Ukraine.  

Funds raised following an emergency appeal provide assistance to those displaced in neighbouring countries Poland, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Moldova.  

Built around five ‘pillars’, the aim is to give refugees the support they need in all areas of their lives, which were turned upside down following the Russian invasion in February 2022.  

Where necessary, the programme covers emergency aid, both short and long-term shelter, mental health support, legal assistance and access to education, all with the hope of giving people the best chance at integrating into new communities.  

This is an ongoing humanitarian crisis in Europe, and, as the two-year anniversary of the outbreak of war passes, we are reminded that millions of people are still in need of our help.  

Image: Sergi Camara/JRS

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