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Great Britain will build 2 villages for IDPs in Ukraine

The British-Polish partnership will provide Ukraine with support of up to £10 million. With this money, war victims will be able to get a new home, as well as generators and other means of survival in crisis conditions.


More than 700 people are planned to be provided with temporary housing. This is reported by the government resource of Great Britain.


Great Britain together with Poland are planning to build 2 large temporary villages for those who lost their homes due to the Russian-Ukrainian war.

Great Britain plans to build 2 villages for temporary accommodation of displaced persons / Jamar Penny on Unsplash


Where will the villages be built?

  • One of them will be built in the west of the country, in the Lviv region.

  • The second will be built in Poltava Oblast.

These villages will offer temporary accommodation to 700 of the most vulnerable Ukrainians who fled the war.

Due to Russia's war against Ukraine, more than 17.6 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance. Of these, more than 8 million have registered in Europe as refugees, the largest movement of people since World War II.

About 6 million people became internally displaced within Ukraine.


They also buy generators


Russia's attacks on energy infrastructure at various times left up to 10 million people without electricity. A UK-Polish partnership will therefore provide £2.6m worth of generators to schools, hospitals and community centers.

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