Winter has only just arrived, but severe weather conditions have hit Ukraine. Extreme storms with fierce winds, heavy snow and rain and plummeting temperatures mean that soldiers are at risk of frostbite and hypothermia. Our ministry partner, Pastor Sergei is serving as a chaplain to Ukrainian troops freezing on the
As the war continues with no end in sight, many are feeling discouraged in Ukraine. Dnipro Hope Mission continues to make a difference by sending funds which are saving lives. In addition to financial support, your thoughts and prayers are especially important to our partners. They feel less alone knowing
As the tragedy in Israel and Gaza unfolds it is easy for the world to forget Ukraine, but the situation there remains desperate, and the Ukrainians need all the help they can get to resist the Russian invasion and survive each difficult day. There are many cities and villages on
Children in Ukraine are the hidden victims of this terrible war. They have endured more than eighteen months of escalating violence, trauma, destruction and displacement. They continue to be killed, wounded and deeply traumatized by the war. With schools closed in eastern and southern Ukraine, because of the danger, they
No child should ever have to live through a war; no child should have to go to sleep scared or need to hide in a bomb shelter or basement. No child should go to play in the park and experience missiles flying over their heads. No child should be separated
These are the appalling conditions in Kherson where Dnipro Hope Mission’s partner, Aleksei, was helping those in need after their homes were flooded by the bombing of the Kakhovka dam.
Aleksei says ‘Despite the heavy downpour, we continue to do good and help people! People have nothing left. Near every
DHM International Advisory Board member, Michael Cherenkov, has returned to his home region in Eastern Ukraine to help the ministry of our friend and mission partner, Pastor Vasyl. Michael and his wife, Nina, have been distributing bread from the bakery that is funded by DHM. They have also been leading
The destruction of the Kakhovka dam is an act of war that has brought still greater suffering to the people of Ukraine. The magnitude of this catastrophe is immense. Many of our friends and partners are directly affected by this Russian atrocity.
Our partners are involved in the rescue efforts.
We are committed to help the most vulnerable in Ukraine and older people and people with disabilities are more vulnerable than most as they depend on others for their care and support. People with disabilities have struggled to get to bomb shelters or other safe areas. In a previous
DHM are very pleased to announce that our winter appeal, ‘Operation Warm Embrace’ has now raised over £18,000 to bring relief to many communtiies suffering this winter in Ukraine.So far, DHM has delivered seven large generators to our partners in eastern Ukraine and these are already in action.