Sofiya Nechyporchuk from Zahaltsi
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Good day! My name is Sofiya Nechyporchuk. I have 2 children. My sons are 5 and 11 years old. When the war started, we were at home. We stayed there until the last, but on March 21 we were forced to leave our home village. From March 8, we sat in the basement, because enemy troops were already shelling our town, and Borodyanka was occupied. We left on March 21, and on March 24 the Russian occupiers were already in our village, and only on March 30, they were able to expel them from the village. We went to the Rivne region. On April 8 we returned. But unfortunately, my street was severely damaged: out of 100 houses, about 20 survived. My house is without windows and doors, interior doors were destroyed, and the occupiers stole all household appliances. I need to change the roof completely. Unfortunately, I lost my job. We have to rent a house in a nearby village. I have to pay for the house and utilities. The younger son is afraid to be alone. When a car is driving down the street and its headlights are on, he wakes up and shouts, “Mom, we’re being shot at again!” It’s very scary, there is no transport to go to work, and the children are afraid to be left alone and I’m afraid to leave them unattended.