Poland launches payments to war-affected Ukrainians

Poland launches payments to war-affected Ukrainians

Poland launched payments to war-affected Ukrainians

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In Poland, an additional opportunity has been created to receive financial and psychological assistance to victims of the war in Ukraine.

This was reported by the Foundation named after the Blessed Hieromartyr Klimenty Sheptytsky.

With the start of a full-scale Russia's aggression against Ukraine in Poland created a fund that will provide assistance to orphans left without parents due to the war. Representatives of the fund say that a monthly allowance of about 5,700 hryvnia is provided for orphans of the war until the end of the year.

< p>The fund also promises to help women who were in captivity. They can receive about 80 thousand hryvnia. Psychological assistance is also provided for women through psychological or psychiatric consultations. The fund told about the possibility of a trip as part of a holiday in a rehabilitation camp scheduled for autumn 2022.

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Prepared by: Sergey Daga