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Food

Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center started helping Donbas civilians with food products in August 2014. The humanitarian aid is provided to the most vulnerable categories of population: elderly and disable people, families with many children, orphans, etc.

Who can be provided with it? 

Government-controlled areas

Survival kits are issued only to internally displaced persons, who are registered according to the established procedure and belong to the following categories:

  • people with the 1st and the 2nd disability groups
  • single parents with children under 18 (including widows/widowers)
  • families with many children (3 or more children, all of them are under 18)
  • retired people older than 65
  • families raising disabled children
  • families with adopted children, orphans and children, whose parents have their rights annulled
  • disabled veterans of the Great Patriotic War (World War II); people, who obtained disability due to liquidation of accident consequences at Chernobyl nuclear power plant and those equated to disabled war veterans; disabled veterans of Afghanistan war
  • people, who are registered in district administrations for labour and social protection of the population as low-income individuals
  • pregnant women of any gestational age that are registered according to the established procedure
  • orphaned children under 23 years old

Contact line

Packages are issued only to the following categories of local residents and IDPs, who are registered according to the established procedure:

  • people with the 1st and the 2nd disability groups
  • single parents with children under 18 (including widows/widowers)
  • families with many children (3 or more children, all of them are under 18)
  • retired people of 65 and older
  • families raising disabled children
  • families raising adopted children, orphans and children, whose parents have their rights annulled
  • disabled veterans of the Great Patriotic War (World War II); people, who obtained disability due to liquidation of accident consequences at Chernobyl nuclear power plant and those equated to disabled war veterans; disabled veterans of Afghanistan war
  • people, who are registered in district administrations for labour and social protection of the population as low-income individuals
  • pregnant women of any gestational age that are registered according to the established procedure
  • orphaned children under 23 years old
  • IDP families with one or two children under 18, if they have a status of family in difficult life circumstances (an exception make the settlements with no operating Social Security Administrations) 
  • babies from 0 to 35 months old (children survival kits)

Non-government-controlled areas

The operation of Rinat Akhmetov Humanitarian Center in non-government-controlled areas was blocked on February 28, 2017, and later it was forbidden. The Center is ready to renew the issuance of humanitarian aid in non-government-controlled areas, as soon as it becomes possible.

STATISTICS AS OF 26.03.2017
THE HUMANITARIAN CENTER IS OPERATING FOR
963 days 13 h 3 m 1 s
issued
11 706 088
food packages
where
10 848 024
are adult packages and
858 064
are packages for children
from 0 to 35 months old
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