Assistance to Ukrainian Refugees

Stage 2 of relief aid (updated on 12 May 2022)

The Russo-Ukrainian War has been going on for over two months. The UN reported on 11 May that as of 10 May, the number of deaths and injuries in Ukraine reached 7,256 (3,496 deaths and 3,760 injuries). Over 5.9 million people had fled the country, mainly to Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania.

When the war began, CEDAR Fund funded around HK$240,000 to a partner to support refugees at the borders of Poland and Ukraine. But unfortunately, the war hasn’t yet ceased, and the refugees’ needs are of great urgency.

Therefore, we funded another HK$780,000 to support another partner organisation to provide aid for refugees in Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia. Besides supporting refugees outside the country, this project also supports the displaced population within the country, who are also facing difficulties in finding food and a shortage of medicine and medical equipment.

Project details

Poland and Slovakia:

  • Helping refugees find accommodation, acquiring governmental support for refugees, setting up an information hotline, providing financial aid, supporting families accommodating refugees and developing educational work to integrate refugees into local communities.


  • Distributing food and other materials and cash, providing psychological support, and giving medicines and medical materials to four clinics or hospitals.

Stage 1 of relief aid

On 24 February 2022, Russia officially launched a military operation against Ukraine, initially from the north, east and south, and since then, the war has spread across the country. According to the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), more than 3.5 million people have fled their homes since the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian war, and more than 2,000 people have been killed or injured since late March (figures on 21 March). In addition, a large number of civilian facilities in the country have been damaged, resulting in water and electricity outages. Hospital services face constant power cuts, and people have to face the threat of both war and the pandemic.

Since the beginning of the war, large numbers of civilians have been moving west to neighbouring countries, with Poland hosting the largest number of refugees. According to figures released by UNHCR, as of 21 March, the country received more than two million refugees, while major cities such as Warsaw and Krakow began to reach the limit of capacity and need to divert the flow of refugees.

On 1 March, CEDAR’s partner arrived at the Polish and Ukrainian borders to provide humanitarian supplies, health services, and psychological and counselling support to the refugees. In Poland, our partner also supports the families who receive the refugees, such as distributing necessities, setting up information counters in reception centres, providing services to Ukrainians who have fled to the country, and providing financial assistance.

CEDAR has decided to allocate approximately HK$240,000 to support our partner in providing medical assistance to the people who have fled. We call everyone to pray for a safe evacuation from the war zones and that the Lord will help the various agencies to start their rescue work as soon as possible.

Project details

  • CEDAR’s partner will provide blankets, warm clothing, daily hygienic supplies, emotional support, financial assistance and information centres to refugees at the Ukrainian border and in Poland.

Banner Photo: © Jana Čavojská

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