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Yelyzaveta Shvets from Mariupol

Good day! My name is Yelyzaveta. I am from Mariupol. My husband is at war. I have 2 children, I have a sister, who is 17 years old. We fled from Mariupol on March 20. It was very difficult to get out of there, on the way we saw a lot of dead people. I don't even know what to tell you. On March 12, I wanted to get to my residential neighborhood in the town. But there were very strong battles. My sister and I were shelled. We were thrown back by the blast wave. There was a man, his head was torn off. It happened before our eyes. Now I am 23, I took my sister under my care. Our father is a citizen of russia. Mother remained in the occupation. Our town just does not exist. Now we are trying to live anew. I am waiting for my husband, the children have not seen him for a long time. I sent my sister to study in Ivano-Frankivsk, I am here with 2 children. It is very difficult for us. I will never forget what it was like. We killed our cat because there was absolutely nothing to eat. It was a little easier for those who were in the center. We had one store in the district, it was robbed first. There was no food. Our grandmother supports russia, she did not share food with us. I was constantly looking for food. My mother is deaf and mute.

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Yelyzaveta Shvets from Mariupol

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Good day! My name is Yelyzaveta. I am from Mariupol. My husband is at war. I have 2 children, I have a sister, who is 17 years old. We fled from Mariupol on March 20. It was very difficult to get out of there, on the way we saw a lot of dead people. I don’t even know what to tell you.
On March 12, I wanted to get to my residential neighborhood in the town. But there were very strong battles. My sister and I were shelled. We were thrown back by the blast wave. There was a man, his head was torn off. It happened before our eyes. Now I am 23, I took my sister under my care. Our father is a citizen of russia. Mother remained in the occupation. Our town just does not exist. Now we are trying to live anew. I am waiting for my husband, the children have not seen him for a long time. I sent my sister to study in Ivano-Frankivsk, I am here with 2 children. It is very difficult for us. I will never forget what it was like. We killed our cat because there was absolutely nothing to eat. It was a little easier for those who were in the center. We had one store in the district, it was robbed first. There was no food. Our grandmother supports russia, she did not share food with us. I was constantly looking for food. My mother is deaf and mute.

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Yuliya Pysarenko from Kharkiv

Good morning! My name is Yuliya Pysarenko. I am 36 years old. I have 3 children, 3 sons: 12 y.o., 9 y.o. and 9 months. On February 24, we woke up to the fact that our youngest son heard explosions. We are from Kharkiv. We were very scared and left for Zakarpattya. We have a family minibus. We left on it. I am disabled, my left leg is amputated and my musculoskeletal system is damaged. I am disabled in the second group. My biggest fear was that if I had to run away with my children, I simply wouldn't be able to run. At that time, my prosthesis was already unusable. We went abroad. My husband was not allowed abroad because he is not the father of all 3 children. Later we had to pick him up when the law was changed and he could leave. I alone in the Czech Republic could not cope with 3 children without a prosthesis, one child is a newborn. The Czech Republic does not allow me to get a prosthesis, so we are raising money to buy one. Here it costs 4,000 euros. My children want to go home, but we can't go back. I am afraid the most for my parents, who are in Kharkiv, my brothers and nephew also stayed there. We received help from UNICEF. I receive social benefits from Ukraine, about UAH 4,000 in total. The eldest son's name is Bohdan, the middle one is Timur, and the youngest is Artem. I want the war to end and we can go home. I love Ukraine very much, we want to go home. The world needs to hear that we did not cause this war, we were attacked.

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Good morning! My name is Yuliya Pysarenko. I am 36 years old. I have 3 children, 3 sons: 12 y.o., 9 y.o. and 9 months. On February 24, we woke up to the fact that our youngest son heard explosions. We are from Kharkiv. We were very scared and left for Zakarpattya. We have a family minibus. We left on it. I am disabled, my left leg is amputated and my musculoskeletal system is damaged. I am disabled in the second group. My biggest fear was that if I had to run away with my children, I simply wouldn’t be able to run. At that time, my prosthesis was already unusable. We went abroad. My husband was not allowed abroad because he is not the father of all 3 children. Later we had to pick him up when the law was changed and he could leave. I alone in the Czech Republic could not cope with 3 children without a prosthesis, one child is a newborn. The Czech Republic does not allow me to get a prosthesis, so we are raising money to buy one. Here it costs 4,000 euros. My children want to go home, but we can’t go back. I am afraid the most for my parents, who are in Kharkiv, my brothers and nephew also stayed there. We received help from UNICEF. I receive social benefits from Ukraine, about UAH 4,000 in total. The eldest son’s name is Bohdan, the middle one is Timur, and the youngest is Artem. I want the war to end and we can go home. I love Ukraine very much, we want to go home. The world needs to hear that we did not cause this war, we were attacked.

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Larysa Holovan from Mariupol

We are immigrants from the town of Mariupol. On March 16, we left Mariupol. We lived under constant shelling from the russian army. We hoped that the war would stop. Our house burned down. After there was no gas, electricity, or water in our house, we went far to get water. We cooked food on the fire. Children were afraid of the noise of airplanes. It was very scary. Everything was fine before the start of the war. I had a job, my children went to kindergarten and school, we had a house, and we had the money for living. After the Russian army came to us, we had nothing left. Our house was completely burnt down. Now we live with our children in the city of Kyiv. We need help, any help would be greatly appreciated. We are currently fundraising for a laptop so our son can study online. I have 2 sons, 2 years old and 7 years old. We hope that one day we will be able to return to our beloved town of Mariupol, that the war will end and everything will be as before. Our town will be rebuilt. We will live happily ever after. Thank you for your help, any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Larysa Holovan from Mariupol

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We are immigrants from the town of Mariupol. On March 16, we left Mariupol. We lived under constant shelling from the russian army. We hoped that the war would stop. Our house burned down. After there was no gas, electricity, or water in our house, we went far to get water. We cooked food on the fire. Children were afraid of the noise of airplanes. It was very scary. Everything was fine before the start of the war. I had a job, my children went to kindergarten and school, we had a house, and we had the money for living. After the Russian army came to us, we had nothing left. Our house was completely burnt down. Now we live with our children in the city of Kyiv. We need help, any help would be greatly appreciated. We are currently fundraising for a laptop so our son can study online. I have 2 sons, 2 years old and 7 years old. We hope that one day we will be able to return to our beloved town of Mariupol, that the war will end and everything will be as before. Our town will be rebuilt. We will live happily ever after. Thank you for your help, any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Kateryna Ivanyuk from Berdychiv

Good evening! A large family comes to you for help. I am a mother of 4 children, 2 of them have special needs. We lived happily until February 24. But the genocide of the Ukrainian nation began on February 24. My children underwent rehabilitation at the center. They slept after the procedures. At 4 am, we were woken up by screams. My children had neurological problems before, but the war made everything more difficult. When we hear sirens and explosions, children get scared. We are temporarily staying with friends, because on the night of March 17-18, an airstrike was carried out on the town of Berdychiv. The blast wave partially destroyed our house. We have no windows left. The apartment was flooded with water. I am asking for your help. I received funds from UNICEF, I saved this money to minimally restore our housing. Now we live sometimes with relatives, sometimes with friends. With 4 children it is very difficult. I am asking for help. I am raising children alone. My children have peculiarities, and because of this, we have been registered for two years. We get medicine from a volunteer organization, they also give us food. We were sleeping when the airstrike was carried out. At that moment I was afraid to even open my eyes. I was afraid for the children's lives, the youngest child was 3 months old at the time. I am asking for your help in rebuilding our home so that we can return home. Now our house is in such a condition that we cannot live there. I hope that soon we will celebrate our victory. I believe that everything will backfire on those who give criminal orders. For everything, they did in Ukraine. I hope for your help. It is difficult for me to cope with this myself. We ask for your help so that we can live in our house. Thank you for your attention. I hope you will hear us and be able to help us.

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Kateryna Ivanyuk from Berdychiv

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Good evening! A large family comes to you for help. I am a mother of 4 children, 2 of them have special needs. We lived happily until February 24. But the genocide of the Ukrainian nation began on February 24. My children underwent rehabilitation at the center. They slept after the procedures. At 4 am, we were woken up by screams. My children had neurological problems before, but the war made everything more difficult. When we hear sirens and explosions, children get scared. We are temporarily staying with friends, because on the night of March 17-18, an airstrike was carried out on the town of Berdychiv. The blast wave partially destroyed our house. We have no windows left. The apartment was flooded with water. I am asking for your help. I received funds from UNICEF, I saved this money to minimally restore our housing. Now we live sometimes with relatives, sometimes with friends. With 4 children it is very difficult. I am asking for help. I am raising children alone. My children have peculiarities, and because of this, we have been registered for two years. We get medicine from a volunteer organization, they also give us food.
We were sleeping when the airstrike was carried out. At that moment I was afraid to even open my eyes. I was afraid for the children’s lives, the youngest child was 3 months old at the time. I am asking for your help in rebuilding our home so that we can return home. Now our house is in such a condition that we cannot live there. I hope that soon we will celebrate our victory. I believe that everything will backfire on those who give criminal orders. For everything, they did in Ukraine.
I hope for your help. It is difficult for me to cope with this myself. We ask for your help so that we can live in our house. Thank you for your attention. I hope you will hear us and be able to help us.

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Nataliya Atamanchuk from Bashtanka

Hi! My name is Nataliya, I am 31 years old. I have 3 children, I am pregnant now. So I packed my bags for the maternity ward. I am 9 months pregnant. My children: Andriy, Yeva, youngest son Mykola is 2 years old. We are expecting another child. We moved from the town of Bashtanka, the Mykolayiv region, to the Ivano-Frankivsk region. We moved 4 months ago, fleeing the war. We were at home for some time when hostilities started there. The last straw was the fact that a cluster bomb was dropped above us and one of these cassettes flew into our yard. It destroyed our windows. The house is standing, but the roof and windows are damaged. I was afraid for the children. With every siren, we ran to the basement. It is very difficult. We were afraid and sometimes spent the night in the basement. Especially the fact that I'm pregnant... The youngest son is still afraid of loud noises. He is afraid of church bells. He is afraid of airplanes and asks to hide in the basement when he hears them. This is constant stress. Although children do not understand what war is, they feel fear. You wouldn't wish that on anyone. Sorry for the video quality, I'm not a blogger.

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Hi! My name is Nataliya, I am 31 years old. I have 3 children, I am pregnant now. So I packed my bags for the maternity ward. I am 9 months pregnant. My children: Andriy, Yeva, youngest son Mykola is 2 years old. We are expecting another child. We moved from the town of Bashtanka, the Mykolayiv region, to the Ivano-Frankivsk region. We moved 4 months ago, fleeing the war. We were at home for some time when hostilities started there. The last straw was the fact that a cluster bomb was dropped above us and one of these cassettes flew into our yard. It destroyed our windows. The house is standing, but the roof and windows are damaged. I was afraid for the children. With every siren, we ran to the basement. It is very difficult. We were afraid and sometimes spent the night in the basement. Especially the fact that I’m pregnant…
The youngest son is still afraid of loud noises. He is afraid of church bells. He is afraid of airplanes and asks to hide in the basement when he hears them. This is constant stress. Although children do not understand what war is, they feel fear. You wouldn’t wish that on anyone. Sorry for the video quality, I’m not a blogger.

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Hanna Hadzheha from Okhtyrka

On February 28, my ex-husband and I went to buy some groceries. We stopped by an acquaintance for gas. An acquaintance's wife heard a ground battle and explosions within a radius of 1 km from their house, so she suggested hiding in the cellar. Rockets started flying. Several rockets hit the house and nearby premises. We were bombarded with bricks. I, the wife of an acquaintance, and our children were left under the cellar. I covered a 7-year-old child with myself. We managed to get out of there. The battle was still going on. We fled to the village. This was our story.

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Hanna Hadzheha from Okhtyrka

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On February 28, my ex-husband and I went to buy some groceries. We stopped by an acquaintance for gas. An acquaintance’s wife heard a ground battle and explosions within a radius of 1 km from their house, so she suggested hiding in the cellar. Rockets started flying. Several rockets hit the house and nearby premises. We were bombarded with bricks. I, the wife of an acquaintance, and our children were left under the cellar. I covered a 7-year-old child with myself. We managed to get out of there. The battle was still going on. We fled to the village. This was our story.

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