In Ukraine now there is not a single person who would not be affected by the war. If each of us has expanded access to psychosocial support and legal advice, then we will be better protected from the psychological damage caused by conflict.
That is why we try to help everyone in the field by creating a unique service – mobile humanitarian protection groups.
What exactly are we going to do? Provide citizens affected by the consequences of the war, as well as IDPs, psychosocial support and legal advice. All services will be provided by professional specialists – psychologists, social workers, as well as lawyers. Free and confidential.
What is psychosocial support? These are actions aimed at the deep improvement of mental health and psychosocial well-being of a person.
Why do we need legal support? To ensure that citizens who find themselves in a difficult legal situation are guaranteed to observe their human rights, despite the displacement and pressure caused by the conflict.
How will all this happens? This support will be provided by mobile groups that will be sent to the most vulnerable communities of Dnipropetrovsk and Chernivtsi regions.
Mobile groups will act within the framework of the Right to Protection CF project in partnership with ACTED “Improving resilience and ability to overcome difficulties for the most vulnerable households affected by the conflict in the East of Ukraine.”