Glasnost Gone

Via the Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Ukraine, here’s a run through of some of Humanitarian aid news from the front line. The quoted text and photos were taken from their Twitter account. Check out their Twitter a/c or website for more info.

Dm4qRMGW0AA7YM6Posted today – “Back in March, Maryna from Bolotene in Luhansk region had received an incubator (from the Red Cross). We visited Maryna again recently and were happy to see that the incubator brought positive vibes to her life. Maryna now takes care of 15 lovely ducks that hatched last spring.”

These ducks and their eggs can be either used as food or sold. Relatively small amounts of money made or saved from home grown produce/livestock can make a big difference to those living on the front. This is particularly true for the elderly, who often make up the majority of the population…

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