Modular homes revive Ukrainian village 

Local Rotarians pictured with one of the 124 temporary modular homes that have helped to house residents of Moshchun, a village near the Ukrainian capital, where Russian bombardment destroyed or severely damaged 70% of the buildings. 

Their appeal to other Rotary clubs brought support from 12 countries including Britain. Our Ukrainian Quiz Night, held in November, raised funds for furniture and other household essentials. 

Sergii Zavadsky, a former Rotary District Governor, writes: ‘We are happy that non-government organisations followed our example. We are close to providing the modular homes to all who need. Due to our joint efforts the village has started to recover. Some families have organised the rebuilding of their permanent homes.’ 

Moshchun after the bombardment
Liuba is happy with her new home


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