On November 23, 2022, the head of the international organization Shield Daher Sa; eh, together with his permanent assistants – visited the Center for Social and Psychological Aid in the city of Odesa, on the territory of which about 300 people (70 of them are children) who were left without a roof over their heads and means of subsistence for various reasons: immigrants from eastern Ukraine; Orphans, women with children, victims of domestic violence.
The “Shield” organization collected humanitarian aid through food, fruits, and juice.
As Dahir Salih Muhammad noted: “For us, the inhabitants of peaceful regions, even with all the current information about them, it is difficult to understand and comprehend the level of the tragedy of the people from eastern Ukraine. They lived like everyone else: they worked, rested, studied, rejoiced, and grieved. The war quickly broke into their homes, not giving them time to understand what had happened and prepare. People rushed from their seats, almost without having time to collect their things. Having seized the most necessary, they left in any possible way for neighboring regions and received a new status – immigrants. From the early days, the refugees needed material assistance because people often did not have necessities, personal hygiene products, or food. That is why, since the beginning of the conflict, our organization has constantly been helping the displaced. The most important thing is understanding that they are not extra to anyone. Among the settlers, some people cannot move around without a wheelchair. Like everyone else, they need constant material and moral support because they do not have and will not have the opportunity to survive on their own in this challenging time for Ukraine. “
Shield International will continue to support refugees from eastern Ukraine and the world at large because one of the priority goals of Shield for Congress is to ensure and protect the legal rights and interests of socially vulnerable people around the world and to support and assist those who need it most.