LUkraine

LUkraine

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LUkraine, a Luxembourg-based non-profit, founded in 2014 following Ukraine's Revolution of Dignity, is committed to raising global awareness about Ukraine. Its mission includes providing humanitarian aid, supporting Ukrainians in Luxembourg and Ukraine, strengthening cultural and economic ties between Luxembourg and Ukraine, and showcasing Ukraine as a valuable European partner. Over almost a decade, LUkraine has cultivated partnerships in 15 countries and raised over 4.5 million EUR in donations during 2022 and 2023. For almost two years, we have sent to Ukraine more than 2,000 tons of humanitarian aid with product kits, medicines, clothes, etc. LUkraine joins a community of more than 1000 volunteers that implement the following projects: The 'Ukraine is Calling' project, aimed at providing 112 emergency vehicles for Ukraine, has already delivered 47 ambulances and fire trucks, earning them the European Citizen Prize 2023 from the European Parliament. LUkraine's Humanitarian Mission, launched in August 2023, evacuates individuals from life-threatening frontline zones, offering shelter and providing medical evacuation, dental services, and social, psychological, and humanitarian support to wounded individuals. Additionally, LUkraine's 'Water to Every Home' project aims to drill 10 artesian wells in the south of Ukraine, ensuring access to water for those affected by the Kakhovka dam explosion. Each well can serve up to 3,000 people. In Luxembourg, LUkraine extends support to Ukrainian refugees through mental health counseling, language courses, and integration consultations. Their 'Mriya' school educates nearly 85 Ukrainian children in language, culture, history, and traditions. For almost a decade, LUkraine has championed Ukraine's interests through over 90 advocacy events, including a successful advocacy campaign for the recognition of Holodomor as a genocide against Ukrainians by Luxembourg in 2023. LUkraine also promotes Ukraine's cultural heritage through events like the annual 'Ukrainian Days' festival and a Ukrainian library with over 1,700 Ukrainian books, fostering literature discussions and interactions with Ukrainian authors.

Key Projects

Ukraine is Calling

Ukraine is Calling Is a global fundraising campaign that aims to procure 112 emergency vehicles (fire trucks and ambulances) to save human lives during the war in Ukraine. In the summer of 2023, "Ukraine is Calling" was awarded the European Citizen's Prize by the European Parliament. Since October 2022, a total of 50 emergency vehicles have been delivered to Ukraine, comprising 40 ambulances and 10 fire trucks. Notably, 8 ambulances were generously provided by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Luxembourg, while 14 armored ambulances were graciously funded by the Directorate of Defense of Luxembourg. All the rescue vehicles are handed over to the State Emergency Services of Ukraine, the Ministry of Health Care, and the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.

Ukraine is Calling

Yuliia Yamkova

LUkraine Humanintarian Mission

LUkraine Humanitarian Mission was launched in August 2023 to assist people from close to the front line or liberated territories in Ukraine (Kherson, Zaporizhya, Donetsk, Kharkiv, Dnipro regions) who do not have access to medical and social services. Our activities: • Emergency medical care • Medical evacuation of wounded people • Mobile dental services • Evacuation from dangerous close to the frontline territories • Accommodation in LUkraine’s shelters • Humanitarian aid • Psychological help • Social workers support The project is supported by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. For three months of the project: • 1276 medical evacuations were conducted • 511 patients received dental services • 670 food packages were distributed

LUkraine Humanintarian Mission

CF Haystov

Water to Every Home

Water to Every Home aims to drill artesian wells for cities and villages in the south of Ukraine that grappling with severe water shortages following the catastrophic Kakhovka Dam destruction in June 2023. One well provides 2-3 thousand people with drinking water. The first water well has already started being drilled in Apostolove, Dnipro region.

Water to Every Home

Grants history

LUkraine Humanitarian Mission

The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Weekend school for Ukrainian kids 'Mriya'

Amazon Luxembourg