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How pensioners or people with disabilities can save from war: site with tips was created in Ukraine

Military operations disrupt the lives of people in the frontline territories. However, people with disabilities, citizens with reduced mobility, and pensioners suffer especially badly – because they are not always able to quickly leave a dangerous area.

A web resource, which contains tips for people from particularly sensitive groups, was created in Ukraine. This was reported by the EU Neighbors resource.

The site was created with the support of the EU and the UN Development Programme.

"Wartime information for people with disabilities and the elderly", – as stated on the main page of the web resource.

It is especially difficult for people with reduced mobility to deal with the challenges of war / Photo by Paul Stickman on Unsplash

What information can be found

  • regarding the legal norms of crossing the border,

  • obtaining the status of an internally displaced person (IDP),

  • where you can get humanitarian aid,

  • how to get psychological support during war,

  • opportunities for education and employment, etc.

Useful not only for pensioners

On the website, all Ukrainians affected by the war can find something useful and important for themselves.

You can go to the resource by following the link.

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*Main photo by Josh Appel on Unsplash



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