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After the earthquake in Turkey, a PCPM doctor is helping at a field hospital

- Many people do not have access to a doctor because clinics were destroyed in the earthquake. Almost half of the town of Türkoğlu, where I worked, is destroyed - says Hanna Ruta, a Poland Emergency Medical Team PCPM medic. Thousands of people in Turkey still need help.

PCPM Foundation reaches villages in Zaporizhzhia with humanitarian aid

Collapsed buildings, broken roofs and trees. This is the view that PCPM Foundation volunteers saw as they reached frontline villages in the Zaporizhia region of Ukraine. The residents of the region need all the help they can get.

PCPM Foundation in cooperation with UNHCR supported refugees in Lublin. Aid reached more than 4,000 families

The Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) helped refugees from Ukraine who found a safe place in Lublin and the surrounding area. This was accomplished with financial support from UNHCR. Last year cash assistance was provided to 4075 families in Lubelskie Voivodeship. In addition, the PCPM Foundation renovated eight accommodation places where refugees from Ukraine lived.

Polish Center for International Aid another year of support for Ukraine 🇵🇱🤝🇺🇦

The escalation of the conflict in Ukraine, which began on February 24, 2022, has led to a huge humanitarian crisis, which is the biggest challenge in the history of the PCPM Foundation. It is also a challenge for all of us in Poland. For since the first hours, we have been helping as we can those from Ukraine who have found refuge in our country, but also those who have chosen to stay in their war-stricken homeland. A year ago, we were awakened in the morning by a phone call from PCPM colleagues in Kharkiv...

Volunteers with the PCPM aid parcels in Ukraine: We reach completely destroyed cities

“We are reaching completely destroyed cities. In addition to food or clothes, we bring these people assurance that we are with them, that the world remembers and will help, that we are on their side...” – volunteers provide humanitarian aid from the PCPM Foundation.

Why do Ukrainian children need an Education Center in Poland?

The PCPM Foundation runs an Education Center for Ukrainian children in Warsaw. The project was created and works in response to the needs and gives children from Ukraine a chance to learn normally in the same system in which they learned at home, to pass exams and be promoted to the next grade.

The PCPM Foundation supports local governments and the Polish education system. The Foundation employs workers from Ukraine

As part of the intervention employment of refugees from Ukraine, we managed to support local governments throughout Poland. It is also a help for Polish teachers in schools where Ukrainian children attend to. Thanks to this, we also give relief to the Polish education system. Check it out.

The PCPM Foundation is helping the victims of the earthquake in Turkey and Syria

Tragic earthquakes occurred in southern Turkey. The epicenter is located near the city of Gaziantep, with a population of 2 million, where the scale of destruction is enormous. The cataclysm also affected Syria to a large extent. The PCPM Foundation has launched a fundraising action at pcpm.org.pl/pomoc to help the victims. The PCPM team is already on site.