UGCC launches another modular housing project for IDPs
"Today, I had the opportunity to present to the Synod of Bishops of the UGCC the activities of the Patriarchal Economate and the central bodies of the Patriarchal Curia during this cruel and insane war. In my report, I focused on the injuries and suffering caused by this war," Lubomyr Yavorsky said in his comment.
The patriarchal economist has noted that the Patriarchal Foundation "Mudra Sprava" appeared precisely as a response to these devastating consequences of the current war. Today, it is actively implementing three projects. It was about them, according to Father Lubomyr, that the bishops of the Synod were briefed:
o through the efforts of the patriarchal pilgrimage center of the UGCC, 4,500 people evacuated from the dangerous regions of Kherson, Mykolaiv and Zaporizhia regions, which have been affected the most by military operations to date;
o 900 tons of food products apportioned into food packages;
o 200,000 people from all the eastern regions of our country received humanitarian aid in the form of food packages;
o 100 shelters for internally displaced persons that collaborate with our monasteries, parish communities and recollection houses.
"Since the accommodation for internally displaced persons is insufficient, we are launching another project to build modular houses in order to increase places for shelter and temporary stay. This will allow us to receive even more people and respond more effectively to the current needs caused by the brutal war of the Russian aggressor, which it is waging against the peaceful civilian population," the speaker said, presenting the future development of the foundation.
Special mention was made of the activities of “Mudra Sprava” Consulting Center, whose team today helps dioceses, exarchates and individual parishes in legal and economic matters in order to increase efficiency and transparency in providing assistance to all those who need it most.
"The bishops from the eastern regions of our country expressed their gratitude for the comprehensive support and confirmed that the Patriarchal Foundation "Mudra Sprava" constantly provides them with assistance either through food packages or through the evacuation of people," patriarchal economist Fr. Lubomyr Yavorsky notes.