Support for Kharkiv scientists: assistance in repairing their damaged apartments and houses

According to data from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees as of July 19, 2022, 9,567,033 people have left Ukraine due to Russian aggression. More than 20% of our colleagues have found shelter in European countries, while many others have temporarily left Kharkiv. Many homes of our colleagues have been damaged to varying degrees (from broken windows and doors to completely destroyed apartments) due to prolonged bombing and shelling by Russian occupiers. We may not be able to fully compensate for their losses, but all funds collected under this project will be used to provide assistance.

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