Human Rights Ombudsman Office in the Donetsk People’s Republic took stock of the delivery of humanitarian aid between 21 November and 7 December.
In total, 1846 persons received humanitarian aid, including food and hygiene products. The beneficiaries were:
- citizens who suffered from injuries or material damage as a result of hostilities, as well as people persecuted by other states for supporting the Donetsk People’s Republic living in social housing objects (dormitories, boarding houses, preventative clinics);
- Persons with disabilities (who suffer from acute and chronic renal failure);
- Former servicemen wounded in combat, which has led to category I or II disability;
- Parents of servicemen who died in combat, who receive the minimum pension;
- Disabled children from families of servicemen who died in combat.
The humanitarian aid was delivered to Donetsk, Yenakievo, Zugres, Makeyevka, Noviy Svet, Khartsysk and Shakhtyorsk as part of the cooperation between the Human Rights Ombudsman Office in the Donetsk People’s Republic and the International Committee of the Red Cross.