Ukraine Emergency: Cesvi meets the authorities of the Kyiv Oblast

Cesvi Foundation, the first Italian NGO to meet the authorities of the Kyiv Oblast, reports the outcome of the first meeting held today in the regional administration building in Kyiv, first with General Olexander Pavliuk, Head of Kyiv Regional Military Administration, and Oleksii Kuleba, Head of Humanitarian Activities of the Kyiv Oblast. The meetings were […]

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Ukraine Emergency: Cesvi alongside the population in the country

DONATE NOW FOR THE EMERGENCY IN UKRAINE While attention is focused on the exodus of more than 4 million refugees, the humanitarian conditions inside Ukraine are increasingly dramatic. The country now seems to be split in half: on the one hand, eastern and south-eastern Ukraine, which lives daily with fighting and shelling whose intensity shows […]

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War in Ukraine: our commitment to refugees

The number of people fleeing the conflict has now exceeded 3.6 million. Over 320,000 have so far found shelter in Hungary. Many are passing through the town of Zahóny, where Cesvi has set up a tent structure that can accommodate up to 10,000 refugees a day and offer a hot meal, Wi-Fi and legal advice. […]

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Cesvi in Romania to protect women and children fleeing the war in Ukraine

In partnership with Sos Bambini Romania in the Little Prince Centre in Sighetu Marmației. Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, 535,461 refugees have crossed into Romania (UNHCR) – through the three official border entry points and from Moldova, which many refugees transit through before arriving in the country. One of the border crossings […]

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Ukraine Emergency, Záhony: a tent to bring back hope

The small town of Záhony has always been a peaceful place in the Hungarian countryside a few kilometres from the border with Ukraine. But on 24 February, everything changed. Záhony is the main access point to Hungary for tens of thousands of refugees fleeing a war that has already forced almost 3 million people to […]

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Ukraine Emergency: the exodus to Europe continues

As the fighting moves increasingly westwards – with sirens resounding even in Lviv – the humanitarian catastrophe in Ukraine pushes the country ever further into the abyss. The civilian death toll shows no sign of stopping: according to the United Nations, at least 1,663 people have been affected, including 596 dead. Eastern Ukraine continues to […]

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