More Than A Year At War - Bringing Hope To Ukraine
Mission Without Borders has been on the ground responding to the crisis in Ukraine from the first day of the invasion. Having local staff in Ukraine allowed us to be there for Ukrainians as they sought safety from air attacks sheltering in churches and basements.
As families fled the violence to safety in other countries, our staff in Romania and Moldova were there at border crossings providing emergency aid, support, and comfort as millions became refugees overnight.
And now with more civilian infrastructure being targeted and destroyed, such as the Nova Kakhovka dam, even more in Ukraine need urgent aid and assistance as tens of thousands have been forced to flee, becoming refugees in their own country.
MWB was there at the border crossing in Palanca, Moldova in
March 2022 providing aid to families fleeing the violence of war.
Mission Without Borders has been working across Eastern Europe for over 60 years, helping families struggling in poverty and bringing new-found hope to those seeking to build a better future for themselves.
Volunteers hold twin babies for parents as they eat a warm meal provided at a MWB food distribution program.
So many homes have been badly damaged in the war, many families can't cook indoors and depend on outdoor emergency food distribution programs.
Millions of Ukrainians have lost everything in the war and have been become refugees in their own country, seeking aid and assistance wherever they can to survive and begin rebuilding their lives. With your support, Mission Without Borders is there to help when they need it the most.