The explosion of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant dam on June 6 by Russian subversive troops is considered to be the largest technogenic catastrophe in recent decades.
There were 80 municipalities in the flood zone and the lives of thousands of people were threatened.
Volunteers from “Agape Ukraine” took a risk and made a trip deliver humanitarian aid to people who need special attention.
It is deeply painful to see the enemy bullying the civilians of the Kherson region, destroying land, apartments, and, most importantly, human lives.
Although it was “hot” at night because of the constant shooting, our volunteers managed to pass out food, detergents, clothes, shoes, diapers, walkers and wheelchairs.
We also left a generator for one community to use. With tears in their eyes, people expressed their gratitude to the benefactors for the aid.
We are sincerely thankful to the christians of the Evangelical Alliance in Germany and specifically Reinhardt Schink, the main secretary and director; Martina Köninger; Kurt Stozt for the food items, sweets, detergents and generator. Thank you to Kseniia Volkova, a family physician, for the medication. Thank you for the clothes and shoes for children.
Together we are powerful and with our mutual efforts and God’s help we will win!