On May 23-27, a team of volunteers made up of 8 UETS staff workers and seminary partners went on another relief trip to Eastern Ukraine. They delivered a batch of humanitarian aid to civilians living in the warzone and medical staff who stabilize the wounded in areas close to the frontline.
Although all attempts of Russia to destroy the power generation and supply system of Ukraine have failed, the territories which are close to the frontline still experience regular electricity cuts and power outages.
Therefore, in addition to food products, the provided aid included power generators, charging stations, surge protectors, accumulators, uninterrupted power supply devices, etc., which were distributed among numerous resilience and stabilization points in the warzone towns and cities such as Avdiyivka, Kurakhovo, Slaviansk, Kramatorsk.
So, we thank God who blessed the trip and kept everyone safe as many of the areas the team went to were regularly subject to severe shelling. He is the One who enables us to continue serving our suffering nation.
Also, we are grateful to our partners from Tearfund due to whom we found it possible to buy, deliver and distribute the needed equipment.