Maryna Buvaylo from Kostyantynivka
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Good day! On the day of the war, we all woke up and started calling our relatives. At first, it was very scary. My job was closed. Life has changed completely. We had to move with the child. My child has autism. It is extremely difficult for us to hold on. The scariest moment was when we heard the explosion for the first time. A child with autism is afraid of loud sounds. It was very scary. We do not live in the occupied territory, we have left. Our native town is not currently under occupation either. Before the war, I worked in a pawn shop as an appraisal expert. I am raising one child, her name is Yeva. We receive a disability pension of UAH 2,000 and displacement payments of UAH 5,000. This does not even cover the rent of an apartment. We are forced to rent an apartment because we cannot live in a dormitory because of the child’s specialty. Our most important issue now is education. We don’t have textbooks because we haven’t transferred to another school. We are learning online now. With books and food, it is very difficult now, because all the money goes to rent housing. The world must hear that putin is a terrorist, and all countries must finally understand this. With joint efforts, we will be able to achieve results. I see the future of my country as very bright, I hope that everything will be fine with us and we will win. I fear losing my child more than anything in the world, so I try to cut her off from everything, that’s why we moved out. Thank you and all the best!