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Lina Medvedyova from Beryslav

We are a family from the Kherson region. On Feb 24th, we woke up due to heavy explosions. Then we realized that the war had started. A week after, the russian soldiers entered our village. From that moment, they started to search the locals houses. Then we lost the Ukrainian mobile connection, so we were cut off from the whole world. Our village was on the front line for about half a year. We didn't have electricity, water, or children's food. We lived in occupation for four and half months and then decided to leave our home for my kids safety. I am currently on maternity leave. I have two kids: son Oleksandr who is nine, and daughter Alina who is one year old. Currently, we live in the Kirovohrad region, we are renting an apartment here. We evacuated in the summer, we took only documents and the most important things with us. We need to purchase children's food, diapers, and medicines. We will appreciate any help you can provide. Thank you

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Lina Medvedyova from Beryslav

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We are a family from the Kherson region. On Feb 24th, we woke up due to heavy explosions. Then we realized that the war had started. A week after, the russian soldiers entered our village. From that moment, they started to search the locals houses. Then we lost the Ukrainian mobile connection, so we were cut off from the whole world. Our village was on the front line for about half a year. We didn’t have electricity, water, or children’s food. We lived in occupation for four and half months and then decided to leave our home for my kids safety. I am currently on maternity leave. I have two kids: son Oleksandr who is nine, and daughter Alina who is one year old. Currently, we live in the Kirovohrad region, we are renting an apartment here. We evacuated in the summer, we took only documents and the most important things with us. We need to purchase children’s food, diapers, and medicines. We will appreciate any help you can provide. Thank you

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Svitlana Tkachenko from Severodonetsk

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Maryna Kolosova from Bilytske

Good day! My name is Maryna. We are from Bilytske, the Donetsk region. I have 3 children. Before the war, I worked in the local department of the Red Cross. We lived at home until March, but it became very scary there, and we left. It is very difficult for me, I miss my hometown and the people I know. We rent housing in the Dnipro region. We are grateful to the people who help us. I can't find a job because I have a small child. We believe in our victory. Glory to Ukraine! Glory to heroes!

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Maryna Kolosova from Bilytske

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Good day! My name is Maryna. We are from Bilytske, the Donetsk region. I have 3 children. Before the war, I worked in the local department of the Red Cross. We lived at home until March, but it became very scary there, and we left. It is very difficult for me, I miss my hometown and the people I know. We rent housing in the Dnipro region. We are grateful to the people who help us. I can’t find a job because I have a small child. We believe in our victory. Glory to Ukraine! Glory to heroes!

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Olena Romanenko from Rubizhne

Hello! My name is Olena. I have a son. We were born and lived all our lives in the town of Rubizhne, the Luhansk region, Ukraine. All was well. It is not true that we wanted russia. We wanted to live in Ukraine. We lived well in Ukraine. The child went to kindergarten, I went to work. On February 24, 2022, war came to us. The troops of the Russian Federation entered our town in March. I didn't want to leave my home until the last moment. But we had to leave because the town was being shelled. Now my child knows what rockets, tanks, and "hrad" are. We tried to evacuate. The occupiers repeatedly fired at the evacuation transport. Once, my child and I had to fall to the ground and crawl on broken glass, our hands were cut. Fortunately, we were able to leave. Now we live in the city of Chernivtsi in a rented apartment. The child is still traumatized by the war, he does not speak well and is afraid of any noise. We receive social benefits. I am divorced. We have nowhere to return to: our home is completely destroyed, and our town has been under occupation for more than half a year. I want to be heard by as many people as possible in Ukraine and abroad. We did not want the кussians to "rescue" us, we lived at home and everything was fine with us. Thank you for your attention.

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Olena Romanenko from Rubizhne

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Hello! My name is Olena. I have a son. We were born and lived all our lives in the town of Rubizhne, the Luhansk region, Ukraine. All was well. It is not true that we wanted russia. We wanted to live in Ukraine. We lived well in Ukraine. The child went to kindergarten, I went to work. On February 24, 2022, war came to us. The troops of the Russian Federation entered our town in March. I didn’t want to leave my home until the last moment. But we had to leave because the town was being shelled. Now my child knows what rockets, tanks, and “hrad” are. We tried to evacuate. The occupiers repeatedly fired at the evacuation transport. Once, my child and I had to fall to the ground and crawl on broken glass, our hands were cut. Fortunately, we were able to leave. Now we live in the city of Chernivtsi in a rented apartment. The child is still traumatized by the war, he does not speak well and is afraid of any noise. We receive social benefits. I am divorced. We have nowhere to return to: our home is completely destroyed, and our town has been under occupation for more than half a year. I want to be heard by as many people as possible in Ukraine and abroad. We did not want the кussians to “rescue” us, we lived at home and everything was fine with us. Thank you for your attention.

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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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Maryna Kiryakova from Pokrovsk

Good day! My name is Maryna. When the war started, my child and I were in the maternity hospital. The child was born on February 20. Before the birth of the child, I worked in the rescue service for 6 years. It was most difficult for us to leave the town because our parents stayed in our hometown in the Donetsk region. We arrived in the city of Khmelnytskyi. We need funds to pay rent and the child's food. We received help from UNICEF. We also receive help from the state. We want to go home. We need help. We believe in Ukraine, we believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and we believe that we will return home to our parents.

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Maryna Kiryakova from Pokrovsk

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Good day! My name is Maryna. When the war started, my child and I were in the maternity hospital. The child was born on February 20. Before the birth of the child, I worked in the rescue service for 6 years. It was most difficult for us to leave the town because our parents stayed in our hometown in the Donetsk region. We arrived in the city of Khmelnytskyi. We need funds to pay rent and the child’s food. We received help from UNICEF. We also receive help from the state. We want to go home. We need help. We believe in Ukraine, we believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and we believe that we will return home to our parents.

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