With funds granted by the Association for the Support of Victims of the Ukraine Conflict (ASVUC), Ukrainian NGO Nasha Peremoga funded the purchase of a generator and fuel for 50 residents and 30 staff members of a home for the elderly and disabled in the village of Peremoha, Kyiv Oblast.

Aid Partner:Kviten Association and Nasha Peremoga
Aid provided:30kW generator
Beneficiaries:50 residents and 30 staff members of a home for seniors and the disabled

The village of Peremoha was under occupation from February 28th to March 13th 2022. After de-occupation, the state allocated a small generator to the home, which, however, could not keep up with all the electricity needs of the home, such as cooking, refrigeration, and washing. “The decent life conditions of our wards depend on electricity,” explained charity founder Iryna Lutai. The purchase of a new, powerful generator ensures that residents and staff no longer have to dread or suffer through blackouts. The new generator also allows the home to re-launch its “Meals on Wheels” program for seniors in the region who are living in their own homes. 

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ASVUC is a Swiss charity founded by two IT entrepreneurs who could not bear to stand idly by. The association’s support efforts encompass not only humanitarian and medical aid to displaced persons and victims in Ukraine but also assistance in assimilation to Ukrainian refugees located in foreign countries.

Kviten Association – meaning “April” in Ukrainian, the word “Kviten” is derived from the blooming of flowers in that month. The Association sources and ships medicine and medical equipment to Ukrainian pharmacies, hospitals, and medical associations and also provides humanitarian aid such as food and clothing. SA2U has partnered with Kviten on numerous projects since the beginning of the war, including several successful shipments of medical supplies.

Nasha Peremoga – meaning “Our Victory” in Ukrainian, Nasha Peremoga is a Ukrainian charity established in 2014 to help elderly people and persons with special needs lead dignified lives full of joy. The charity works to restore the connection between generations in order to promote the development of a wise, strong, and loving society. Their projects include, amongst others, recording life advice from the elderly to young people and engaging the seniors in upcycling materials to weave rugs and making toy bunnies which are given to children who have suffered or witnessed traumatic situations.