“In order to expand assistance to Ukrainian refugees, the Buddhist Tzu Chi Charity Foundation and CADIS signed a commitment on 30 April to work jointly in Poland and Ukraine. The aid will include the provision of basic necessities, food, medical services, temporary accommodation, and psychological counselling with the aim of helping more than 40,000 people over a period of about five months. “(CLICK HERE to read more)
Łomianki is a locality near Warsaw, where 30 Ukrainian women and children have been housed since the beginning of the war in the Camillians of the Polish Province.
Hospitality is one of the key points of CADIS International’s project, in collaboration with the Tzu Chi Foundation and the Camillian Social Work Mission. This video recounts the ongoing intervention, directly from the voices of the residents in the facility and Fr. Roman Zając, M.I..
In Ursus, on the other hand, many Ukrainian women and children have been housed since the beginning of the war in the structure of the Camillian Mission of Social Assistance (CMSA). This video recounts the ongoing intervention, directly from the voice of the operators and beneficiaries.
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