UACDA engages with volunteer groups, local government, national government(s), NGOs, INGOs, and grassroots organizations, helping coordinate aid response
The vulnerable population in the rural areas of Ukraine, especially the elderly, disabled, sick, or people, frequently have no means or ability to reach aid distribution points.
They need food, medicines, health aides, in-person support, and encouragement.
WE PURSUE AID DISTRIBUTION FOR UNDERSERVED, OFTEN OVERLOOKED POPULATIONS THAT RESIDE AWAY FROM MAJOR POPULATION CENTERS AND OF WHICH MANY ARE CLOSE TO THE FRONT LINE AND CUT OFF FROM SUPPORT.
The lack of unimpeded, continuous access to affected and encircled areas of Ukraine, including the city of Mariupol, is hampering the delivery of critical food assistance.OCHA Cluster Status (Jun 11th, 2022), Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL)