Following months of unrest in the East of Ukraine and Russia's annexation of the southern peninsula of Crimea, over 80.000 Ukrainians have been forced to move away of the conflict zones. Most of them are women and kids. Many local NGOs have also made efforts to provide orphans and disabled persons with shelter and food. Kuialnyk, a health and well-being center in Odessa, southern Ukraine, has been made available for families and disabled persons from the East especially. Two of them explain how precarious their situation could become by the end of July if the Ukrainian government or the international community do not help financing their stay.
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