Humanitarian mission “Proliska” has been established by volunteers on 10 July 2014. Aim of the mission is comprehensive assistance to the civilian population affected by war.
NGO “Proliska” operating in the conflict zone of Luhanska and Donetska oblasts since 2014, providing humanitarian aid, social accompany, psychological aid, infrastructure renovation, restoring of damaged housing and assistance in transport for civilians living in isolated and war affected settlements, with no infrastructure and access to social and administrative services. Proliska provided assistance to the most war-affected settlements along 470 km of the ‘contact line’.
Proliska operated in 10 field offices (humanitarian centers): Volnovakha, Marinka, Avdiivka, Toretsk, Mayorsk, Chasiv Yar, Svitlodarsk, Zolote, Shchastia and Stanytsia Luhanska, where Proliska conducted necessary help more them 350 settlements and more than one and a half million civilians.
Since February 24, after the beginning of massive hostilities on the territory of Ukraine, humanitarian centers was shelled or occupied by the troops of the Russian Federation.
Currently humanitarian mission Proliska provide comprehensive humanitarian assistance and evacuation in conflict area and to IDPs in 10 regions of Ukraine: Kharkivska, Poltavska, Dnipropetrovska, Zaporizska, Vinnytska, Ifano-Frankivska, Rivenska, Sumska and Zakarpatska oblasts. With the financial support of UNHCR, Ukrainian humanitarian found, Save the children and privat donors, mission Proliska provided:
– humanitarian help such as food sets, hygiene kits and non-food items;
– evacuation of civilians from the settlements affected by war;
– social accompany for most vulnerable groups affected by war;
– psychological assistance for conflict-affected people, including prolonged psychosocial support;
– consulting in the field of protection and social issues;
– provision of materials for emergency repairs and other emergency aid materials in the areas affected by war;
– intervention to the IDP collective centers;
– social transportation for civilians living in isolated and war affected settlements, with no infrastructure and access to social and administrative services;
– transportation of humanitarian goods at the request of authorities and humanitarian organizations;
– assistance to children of preschool and school age among IDPs affected by the war, namely the creation of children’s and educational spaces where children receive psychological support, socialization, and development assistance.