For eight years now, Russia has been waging war against Ukraine, and for the past year it has been waging war across the country: February 24 marks the first anniversary of Russia’s nationwide war of aggression against Ukraine. It is a day that changed everything for millions of people. Tens of thousands of people have been killed and injured since then. Over 14 million people have been forced to leave their homes – whether as refugees in their own country or around the world.

But what is behind these horror stories and figures that we read every day? Who are the people who fell victim to the Russian war of aggression? And what does it mean to defend or lose your home?

We talked about this with various people from Ukraine – you can watch and listen to their experiences and stories here.

At the same time, we want to support people in finding a new home. With your donations we buy houses in Ukraine, where families who had to leave their house can move in.

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The war abruptly changed the lives of millions of people. Here, 8 people talk about their home, and how it has changed.

New home

With 9,000 euros we can buy new shelters in Ukraine and provide a new home for people.

Help on site

We help with medical aid, material goods and food. We also carry out evacuations and help with the arrival in Germany.