EVACUATION
WE HAVE EVACUATED77 500+THE MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
+1 211 ⠀children from 22 orphanages
By receiving calls via Save Ukraine 24/7 hotlines, our
teams rescue up to 300 people a day from active combat
zones and take them to one of our 15 rescue hubs in safer
areas throughout Ukraine.

The Charitable foundation Save Ukraine is evacuating all groups of people en masse from hotspots. The evacuation is taking place in the Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhia, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, and Kherson regions.
How is the
evacuation going?
We will evacuate people from under fire in small vans, armored vehicles, and ambulances. People will be evacuated from buildings, basements, and bomb shelters that lack all the basic necessities: electricity, heating, water, Internet, and food. There is also no opportunity to get medical help there.

People confined to those places will receive humanitarian aid and will be offered evacuation. The evacuation will take place in the following towns and villages: Lysychansk, Seversk, Druzhkovka, Kostyantynivka, Soledar, Raihorodok, Mykolaivka, Avdiivka, Hirske, Rubizhne, Orekhovo, Nikopol, Novokarlovka, Bakhmutske, Bakhmut, Slovyansk, Kramatorsk.
Stage 1
The evacuated people will be transported to the Pokrovsk hub where they will receive food and emergency help (medical and psychological); the people will have time to rest and register.
People will be Transported from the hub to Pokrovsk railway station; those who have relatives in other regions of Ukraine will start their journey there. People who don’t have a place to go or those who need to rest a bit more can stay in our hub in Dnipro. People can stay there for up to 3 days.
We help evacuated individuals find long-term accommodation in other regions of Ukraine or abroad. After this, we continue to support certain families that need special care and assistance.
Stage 2
Stage 3
Stage 4
12 ambulances
7 buses
1 gasoline tanker
Our capacities:
22 vans
5 armored cars
15 rescue teams
24/7 USAID support hotline
Evacuation of children and families from hotspots to safe locations inside Ukraine and abroad
Charitable Foundation, which coordinates dozens of organizations, volunteers, individuals and legal entities to help internally displaced persons
Mykola Kuleba:
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