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Yevheniya Kosenok from Melitopol

Hello! We are a family from the occupied town of Melitopol. This is my son Hlib, he is 7 years old. My name is Yevheniya, I am 40 years old. On February 24, we woke up in our house in Melitopol to explosions. In the afternoon, russian troops were already in our town, the town was already occupied. There were city battles for several days, we heard explosions and shots. We were forced to move from our apartment to our parent's house because our apartment was in an active war zone. We hid with our parents and looked for food and medicine, everything was broken and looted. We lived under occupation for a month and decided to leave. We moved to Zaporizhzhya. We drove 120 km of this route for 2 days, as the russians did not want to let us pass at the checkpoint. We had to spend the night in a field under shelling and explosions. It was April 1, it was very cold. The child was sleeping in the car, there was no food or water. We stood in a line of cars, there were about 1000 of them, but the russians didn't let anyone pass. The next morning, everyone started calling the government hotlines for help. Our authorities agreed on a green corridor, but we were still not allowed through. When, closer to the evening, the occupiers started to let us through, then they opened mortar fire at us. It was the scariest moment of the war because they were shooting at our cars. One of the cars was hit, and the car caught fire. Along the road we were driving, a field was burning and very powerful explosions could be heard. It was the worst. We lived in Zaporizhzhya for a month, there we came under rocket fire with our child. Rockets were flying right over our heads. After that, we left for Vinnytsia. We ran out of money and had no work. We moved to the Kyiv region, we rent an old apartment with wooden windows, it is very cold here. We are constantly sick. We need funds for room heating, medicine, and food. Winter will be cold. With the war, my husband and I lost our permanent jobs. We have lost everything and cannot return home now. We believe in the victory of Ukraine and our armed forces of Ukraine. We hope that we will be able to return to Ukrainian Melitopol. Thank you for your attention.

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Yevheniya Kosenok from Melitopol

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Hello! We are a family from the occupied town of Melitopol. This is my son Hlib, he is 7 years old. My name is Yevheniya, I am 40 years old. On February 24, we woke up in our house in Melitopol to explosions. In the afternoon, russian troops were already in our town, the town was already occupied. There were city battles for several days, we heard explosions and shots. We were forced to move from our apartment to our parent’s house because our apartment was in an active war zone. We hid with our parents and looked for food and medicine, everything was broken and looted. We lived under occupation for a month and decided to leave. We moved to Zaporizhzhya. We drove 120 km of this route for 2 days, as the russians did not want to let us pass at the checkpoint. We had to spend the night in a field under shelling and explosions. It was April 1, it was very cold. The child was sleeping in the car, there was no food or water. We stood in a line of cars, there were about 1000 of them, but the russians didn’t let anyone pass. The next morning, everyone started calling the government hotlines for help. Our authorities agreed on a green corridor, but we were still not allowed through. When, closer to the evening, the occupiers started to let us through, then they opened mortar fire at us. It was the scariest moment of the war because they were shooting at our cars. One of the cars was hit, and the car caught fire. Along the road we were driving, a field was burning and very powerful explosions could be heard. It was the worst. We lived in Zaporizhzhya for a month, there we came under rocket fire with our child. Rockets were flying right over our heads. After that, we left for Vinnytsia. We ran out of money and had no work. We moved to the Kyiv region, we rent an old apartment with wooden windows, it is very cold here. We are constantly sick. We need funds for room heating, medicine, and food. Winter will be cold. With the war, my husband and I lost our permanent jobs. We have lost everything and cannot return home now. We believe in the victory of Ukraine and our armed forces of Ukraine. We hope that we will be able to return to Ukrainian Melitopol. Thank you for your attention.

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Olena Bondarenko from Kyiv

My name is Olena. Currently, we live in the Zhytomyr region. I am from Kyiv. 4 days after the start of the full-scale war, we were in Kyiv. We sat in basements. I have 2 children - daughter is 1 y.o. and son is 7 y.o. Before the war, we were in the hospital with our son. Our house is located near Bucha and Irpin. When it all started, we were very scared, especially of the children. My daughter got sick. Fortunately, we were able to go to the Zhytomyr region. We went to the doctor there, and my daughter was diagnosed with pneumonia. I am on maternity leave. My husband went to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He underwent an operation. I believe that everything will end and we will return home. We believe in our country. Glory to the Armed Forces, glory to Ukraine. We are an invincible people, we will endure anything. Glory to Ukraine!

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Olena Bondarenko from Kyiv

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My name is Olena. Currently, we live in the Zhytomyr region. I am from Kyiv. 4 days after the start of the full-scale war, we were in Kyiv. We sat in basements. I have 2 children – daughter is 1 y.o. and son is 7 y.o. Before the war, we were in the hospital with our son. Our house is located near Bucha and Irpin. When it all started, we were very scared, especially of the children. My daughter got sick. Fortunately, we were able to go to the Zhytomyr region. We went to the doctor there, and my daughter was diagnosed with pneumonia. I am on maternity leave. My husband went to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. He underwent an operation. I believe that everything will end and we will return home. We believe in our country. Glory to the Armed Forces, glory to Ukraine. We are an invincible people, we will endure anything. Glory to Ukraine!

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Kateryna Blidar from Odesa

I have 2 children - Ariana and Danylo. Danylo needs heart surgery. He is in bad condition. We are asking for help with the treatment for my son. Help save my son.

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Kateryna Blidar from Odesa

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I have 2 children – Ariana and Danylo. Danylo needs heart surgery. He is in bad condition. We are asking for help with the treatment for my son. Help save my son.

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Tetyana Sh. from Henichesk

Due to possible threats to the security of this family, we chose to unpublish the images identifying the family. The family remains under occupation, and truly needs help. We are a family from the Kherson region, the town of Henichesk. We ask for your help. Our town was occupied immediately from February 24. We could not leave the occupation because all the cars that tried to leave were fired upon. We stayed at home. Our house is damaged. I have 2 children. It is very difficult for us. Food and medicine are not brought to us. Neighbors help us. There are no medicines here, and those that are available are three times more expensive than before. We ask for help.

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Tetyana Sh. from Henichesk

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Due to possible threats to the security of this family, we chose to unpublish the images identifying the family. The family remains under occupation, and truly needs help.

We are a family from the Kherson region, the town of Henichesk. We ask for your help. Our town was occupied immediately from February 24. We could not leave the occupation because all the cars that tried to leave were fired upon. We stayed at home. Our house is damaged. I have 2 children. It is very difficult for us. Food and medicine are not brought to us. Neighbors help us. There are no medicines here, and those that are available are three times more expensive than before. We ask for help.

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Olena Milakina from Lysychansk

Hello! I am a single mother. My name is Olena, I am 47 years old. I have a daughter Nadiya, who is 5 years old. We are displaced persons from the Luhansk region, the town of Lysychansk. On February 24, my child could not sleep, and in the morning it was announced on TV that the war had begun. When we heard the first explosions, we were able to pack our things and left for the Sumy region. My child is disabled, has Down syndrome, and a damaged central nervous system. The child does not walk, does not speak. It is very difficult for us. We rent housing. I receive UAH 2,000 from the state. All funds go to the child's treatment. The father abandoned the child and our family when he found out that the child was born ill. We ask for your help. This is my daughter. We will be grateful for your help. Peace and goodness to all! Everything will be Ukraine!

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Olena Milakina from Lysychansk

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Hello! I am a single mother. My name is Olena, I am 47 years old. I have a daughter Nadiya, who is 5 years old. We are displaced persons from the Luhansk region, the town of Lysychansk. On February 24, my child could not sleep, and in the morning it was announced on TV that the war had begun. When we heard the first explosions, we were able to pack our things and left for the Sumy region. My child is disabled, has Down syndrome, and a damaged central nervous system. The child does not walk, does not speak. It is very difficult for us. We rent housing. I receive UAH 2,000 from the state. All funds go to the child’s treatment. The father abandoned the child and our family when he found out that the child was born ill. We ask for your help. This is my daughter. We will be grateful for your help. Peace and goodness to all! Everything will be Ukraine!

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Yevheniya Matsytska from Kherson

Before the war, we lived in Kherson. We lived well and had work and income. When the war started, I lost my job, life became difficult. We lived in the basement for a month. It was scary to go outside. When there was an opportunity to leave the city, we left for the Kherson region, where we were provided with free housing. We grew vegetables in the garden and used the remaining money to buy medicine. Then the Russians began to go around the village and check houses. They mocked people, took away men, and beat them. They took the women to the basements and also beat them, and conducted interrogations. We were very afraid of it. I was afraid for my children and did not let them out, because the Russians could take the children and terrorize their parents. Once we tried to leave the region but failed. The Russians said to go back or they would shoot the car. Later we managed to leave for Georgia. It is very difficult for us, there are not enough funds. The child is sick, she needs medicine and the help of a specialist. We are asking for your help.

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Yevheniya Matsytska from Kherson

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Before the war, we lived in Kherson. We lived well and had work and income. When the war started, I lost my job, life became difficult. We lived in the basement for a month. It was scary to go outside. When there was an opportunity to leave the city, we left for the Kherson region, where we were provided with free housing. We grew vegetables in the garden and used the remaining money to buy medicine. Then the Russians began to go around the village and check houses. They mocked people, took away men, and beat them. They took the women to the basements and also beat them, and conducted interrogations. We were very afraid of it. I was afraid for my children and did not let them out, because the Russians could take the children and terrorize their parents. Once we tried to leave the region but failed. The Russians said to go back or they would shoot the car. Later we managed to leave for Georgia. It is very difficult for us, there are not enough funds. The child is sick, she needs medicine and the help of a specialist. We are asking for your help.

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