During 2017, Right to Protection’s (R2P) efforts were aimed at solving the daily problem facing conflict affected persons and IDPs from Donbas. R2P employees interviewed 98 243 persons. Many of them received assistance.
23 772 persons, who make up 57%, received assistance on social benefits and pensions. 14,024 persons received consultations on protection issues.
During June-December, R2P monitors interviewed 15 432 people at the five Entry Exit Checkpoints along the contact line. In total, 472 monitoring visits were carried out along the contact line.
During the year, 4 787 monitoring visits were made to 619 communities. 126 of these communities are located near the contact line.
481 persons with dire problems received targeted, non-standard personal material assistance. 89% of these people received help to meet their basic needs.