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DHM Ukraine Children’s Summer Camp Appeal 2024

Children in Ukraine face unimaginable horrors as shown by today’s terrible atrocity – the rocket attack on Kyiv Children’s Hospital. There are no words…
In Ukraine, no-one knows if they will wake up tomorrow.
Please donate to our children’s Summer Camp Appeal so that our partners can continue

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Helping the Homeless in Ukraine

Helping the Homeless in Ukraine

 

Being homeless is hard in the best of times but in a time of war it can lead to despair. Thankfully, our partners Dima, a social worker, and his wife Olha are full of compassion and loving kindness. They are changing lives to

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Pastor Alexander – Healing and Hope in Sweden

Pastor Alexander – Healing and Hope in Sweden

Pastor Alexander D. was one of Dnipro Hope Mission’s first partners. He led a thriving ministry to people with disabilities in Kyiv; ran an inclusive workshop to prepare teams to serve people with disabilities and had started to organise an all-Ukrainian association of ministers for people with disabilities.
This work

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And the Greatest Gift is Love

And the Greatest Gift is Love

Aid distributed by the Mennonite Brethren Church in Novomoskovsk (Sergei’s church). Photo by our partner, Pastor Aleksei

‘Lord, rescue me! Save me from my enemies, for you are just.

Turn your ear to listen and set me free.’ Psalm 71:2

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Standing in Solidarity with Sorrow and Pain

Standing in Solidarity with Sorrow and Pain

Video sent to us by our partner, Pastor Aleksei
‘According to Ukraine’s permanent representative to the UN, Russia has launched 1,000 missiles, 2,800 drones, and 7,000 guided aerial bombs since January’. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2024/apr/17/wednesday-briefing-first-edition-ukraine-stalled-aid-soldier-shortages-weapons.
Dnipro Hope Mission continue to stand with Ukraine, and we are working non-stop to do all we can

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Elderly and ‘forgotten’ in Ukraine.

Elderly and ‘forgotten’ in Ukraine.

Thanks to our partner Pastor Aleksei and his team who have been delivering more humanitarian aid (food and incontinence products) and comforting those ‘left behind’ in Ukraine, the elderly and vulnerable, who are unable to leave the front-line areas. He writes: ‘…our recent trips, we are dealing with elderly people

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Day 720 of this terrible war.

Day 720 of this terrible war.

So, the terrible war and suffering continues – the despair, the heartbreak and the destruction. Across Ukraine, Russia continues to attack cities, towns and villages with drones and missiles. Homes, schools, hospitals, water systems and power plants are being targeted.  Friends of DHM are facing imminent call-up. The situation seems

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Please do not forget Ukraine

Our friend and ministry partner, Rev. Dr. Roman Soloviy, Rector of the Eastern European Institute of Theology in Lviv sent us his very moving ‘Not-So-Spiritual Christmas Reflections’ and we share them here with Roman’s permission. He graphically describes the situation and mood in Ukraine as we approach the second anniversary

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Christmas in war-torn Ukraine

Christmas in war-torn Ukraine

Many of our partners sent us Christmas greetings and thanks. Aleksei writes:

‘It is nice to see that even amid this difficult situation our country is in, there are always people who make an effort to help us. We will forever remember your kindness, and the

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