Why didn’t the United Nations prevent the war in Ukraine? Isn’t it supposed to keep the peace?
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Last week I had the pleasure of meeting with Father Vitaliy Novak, the Chair of Depaul Ukraine. Father Vitaliy has been leading our humanitarian response in Ukraine
With a twofold mission, the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Bilbao (Spain) coordinates a new humanitarian convoy to Ukraine
A little more than a month ago we informed you about an initiative to assist the people in Ukraine, an initiative led...
Depaul International has enlisted the help of former takeaway cyclists to deliver food to villages outside Ukraine’s big cities to help people in need.
Here is a little example of how the Vincentian Family has worked together in a collaborative way to respond to the crisis in Ukraine.
As soon Ukraine was invaded, Depaul Slovakia started transporting humanitarian aid across the Slovakian border into Ukraine, the first organisation to do so.
I caught up with Father Vitaliy Novak, CM, Chair of Trustees at Depaul Ukraine at 4pm on a Wednesday afternoon, as he loaded the truck ready to depart further south
Around 7.1 million people have been displaced internally, and 4.3 million have fled across international borders, bringing the total number of people displaced by the conflict to a staggering 11.4 million.
The website Aleteia reports that a woman from France has intervened in the war by sending “a shower of miraculous medals” throughout the war-torn country of Ukraine.
As the war in Ukraine continues, so do the tragedies which result from it: displacement, hunger, lack of access to medical needs, and the list goes on and sinfully on.
We are witnessing the high price to be paid for freedom, and the slow and arduous road to building peace through dialogue and negotiation.
“In the hardest hit areas, people are unable to buy even the most basic of supplies as shops and pharmacies remain closed. The people of Ukraine have never needed our help more.”