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It’s been three months since the war in Ukraine broke out. The PCPM Foundation provides medical assistance, and other forms of support from the very beginning of the conflict

Three months have passed since Russia attacked Ukraine. Due to the ongoing hostilities in the invaded country, over 3.3 million refugees came to Poland alone, the vast majority of which were women and children. From the first day of the conflict, the Polish Center for International Aid Foundation (PCPM) provides help to those in need both in Poland and in Ukraine itself, where the number of internal refugees is estimated at 7.7 million people.

„A safe place” – PCPM foundation supports a refugee centre for people fleeing war in Ukraine

Mr. Maksym with his family of six was travelling from Ukraine to Srokowo for six days, while the group of women with children who arrived here escaping the war couldn’t take a bath for three weeks. "You should see the smiles on their faces when they came out of the bath with towels wrapped around their heads!" - expressed Ms Eva who runs the refugee centre in the Srokowo commune.

Two months have passed since Russia invaded Ukraine. The PCPM Foundation helps Ukrainian people from the first day of the conflict

Two months have passed since the Russian troops attacked Ukrainian towns and villages. From the very first day of the conflict, the Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM) Foundation has been helping Ukraine and war refugees in Poland. From the perspective of the organization supporting the victims of this war, well-planned, specifically targeted help turned out to be of key importance. –‘We were already preparing for this before the conventional war broke out’ - explained Dr. Wojciech Wilk, CEO of the PCPM.

Every day our transports with humanitarian aid reach Ukraine

On April 11, the necessary medical supplies, medicaments and electrocardiogram and ultrasound machines were delivered to the children's hospital No. 9 in Kyiv. Furthermore, in recent days, more transports of medical and humanitarian aid provided by the Polish Centre for International Aid (PCPM) were sent to Ukraine.

Food for Lebanon. New humanitarian program of the PCPM Foundation

Single mothers, elderly people, people with disabilities and at risk of malnutrition. For them, the PCPM Foundation is starting a food program in Lebanon. Over the next few months, it will be delivering food parcels to the most urgently-needed residents of a state that is on the brink of economic disaster.

The PCPM supported school in Debre Berhan is open again!

The new school year has begun in Ethiopia. Students from Selam Chora School in Debre Berhan return to class. This is where the PCPM Foundation built the school kitchen and canteen. Both went into full swing to provide meals for the children. The project is financed entirely by the support of Polish Donors.

Urgent: Support Afghanistan

The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan is unfolding. The PCPM Foundation has started to help refugees. How will the situation in this country change while depending on the scale of humanitarian aid? We present possible scenarios.

Syrian families vulnerable to pandemic. PCPM is building quarantine stations with the UN

Six quarantine stations are being constructed in northwestern Syria, including one consisting of 52 modular houses, supplied by the Polish Center for International Aid (PCPM). Specific help for Syria was possible thanks to a nationwide fundraising action. Today, we cannot forget about the dramatic situation of Syrian families - who remain defenseless against high risk of getting infected. Join our fundraising campaign: pcpm.org.pl/pomoc