Humanitarian aid for Ukrainian disabled refugees in Romania
Over 900 Ukrainian refugees have been identified by JRS Romania as having disabilities or serious medical problems, both young and old, according to the organization's statistics. Medicines and consultations were among the assistance measures provided, as were social vouchers for food and counselling, but these measures are not enough to help.
Due to the high cost of medicines and treatments, we need your support. In addition to this, these people are unable to work and their income is very low or virtually non-existent, making it extremely difficult for them to provide for their families and their needs.
This group is one of the most vulnerable groups among the refugees from Ukraine who have arrived in Romania.