Russia’s war on Ukraine has brought so much pain and suffering. It has resulted in a humanitarian crisis which will only get worse as winter approaches.
6 months on from the invasion of Ukraine on Wednesday 24th August, aid agency Depaul Ukraine is calling for urgent funds as thousands face exhaustion, trauma and fear at the bitter winter which lies just a few short weeks away.
On August 26-28, 2022, Superioress General of the Daughters of Charity Sister Françoise Petit visited most of the...
On February 20, 2002, more than five months ago, the world watched in horror as Russia invaded the territory of Ukraine. Every day since then, we have witnessed countless acts of terror in an invasion that has been almost unanimously rejected by the international community.
It’s no secret that fuel is expensive – we are feeling it here, and the situation is no better in Ukraine.
Many people in Ukraine still lack basic necessities such as food and water. We continue to increase our humanitarian response.
At the request of the Prefecture and in partnership with the Red Cross, the “Œuvre du Berceau de Saint Vincent de Paul” welcomed Ukrainians displaced by war and has been doing so since March 19.
Today, the Russian military operation that culminated with the invasion of Ukraine reaches its 100th day.
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.
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.