We offer humanitarian aid to, and work in the field of development cooperation in Ukraine.

We offer humanitarian aid since the fall of 2014, when the initiative For Ukraine! was launched by three Estonian organizations. To get acquainted with humanitarian aid Mondo gives in Ukraine, take a look at the Google map below. Yellow pins mark the settlements where food packages are delivered, pink pins mark the places where medicine kits are handed out to internally displaced persons, red pins mark supported hospitals, and green pins mark places where social-psychological activities are offered.

 

We started developing projects on development cooperation in 2015, and our main focus is to protect the rights of the internally displaced persons, education- and social-psychological activities in Eastern Ukraine. All activities are realized in cooperation with our local partner Vostok SOS. Mondo’s activities in Ukraine have been funded by private donors and the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

To cover basic needs, we delivered

2500 food packages

to crisis areas in Ukraine

We helped to organize

5 events

to promote the rights of IDP-s

We delivered medical aid to

9 hospitals

in the crisis area

We gave necessary medications to

305 residents

of the crisis area

During 2015-2016. we supported 11

press conferences

on the topic of legal protection of the IDP-s

Artist Jarõna Ilo auctioned

63 Pieces of art,

to support crisis aid in Ukraine

We helped to organize

7 events

to offer psychological support to IDP-s

We gave guidance to

2350 people

who needed legal advice

Uudised

Ukraina inimõiguslased analüüsivad Eesti saatkonnas oma töö tulemusi

07.06.2017

Täna, 7. juunil, kogunesid Kiievi Eesti suursaatkonnas Ukraina kodanikuühiskonna organisatsioonide esindajad. Koos Eesti Vabaühenduste Liidu (EMSL) nõukogu liikme ja koolitaja Toomas Roolaiuga arutletakse projektitegevuste ühiskondliku mõju üle. Seminari kokku kutsunud MTÜ Mondo sõnul loodetakse üritusega parandada osalevate organisatsioonide liikmete planeerimisvõimekust ning igapäevases töös prioriteetide seadmise oskusi. Ukrainas on sõjalise konflikti tulemusena pidanud kodudest põgenema hinnanguliselt 1,7
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