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14 Sep 2017 description

MAIN FINDINGS

  • Increased food insecurity levels in NGCA: as many as 26% (up from 13%1 ) or up to 800,000 people in Donetska and Luhanska NGCA were found to be severely or moderately food insecure with 5,2% (up from 1.7%) or 150,000 people among those being severely food insecure.

18 Nov 2015 description

KIEV – The United Nations World Food Programme said today it started distributing food to patients in hospitals and schools students in conflict-affected areas in Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts.

27 Mar 2014 description

By: Erykah St. Louis

By Natalia Lopez-Thismon

As violence in Ukraine escalates and the dangers of Zimbabwean floods remain, ADRA International has prepared emergency response plans at both locations.

Conflict in Ukraine

After peaceful protests turned violent in Kiev, Ukraine, more than 1,000 people have been injured and more than 100 are dead.

05 Aug 2010 description

SILVER SPRING, Md.-After recent heavy rains caused severe flooding and widespread destruction in Ukraine's western region of Chernivtsi, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) distributed food and cleaning supplies to affected families.

The response followed an initial assessment that identified 3,000 beneficiaries, or 750 families, in two of Chernivtsi's hardest hit districts, Vignitsia and Hercaivsky, where nearly 100 percent of homes were destroyed.

To help those families, ADRA delivered food baskets comprised of rice, beans, sugar, oil, flour, and …

05 Aug 2008 description

Silver Spring, Maryland-More than 1,300 flood survivors in Ukraine are receiving food baskets and personal hygiene items from the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) after heavy rains in July submerged 40,600 homes and nearly 84,000 acres, or 34,000 hectares, of farmland in western areas in late July.

From July 23 to July 26, downpours hit western Ukraine, forcing thousands from their homes, and submerging hundreds of towns and villages.

18 Nov 1998 description

Contact: Beth Schaefer, News & Information Officer
Phone: (301) 680-6355 Fax: (301) 680-6370