UN resumes aid program for Ukrainians: who can receive UAH 2200
Ukrainians can once again receive financial assistance from the UN. Find out more about how and where to apply for funds
The United Nations Refugee Agency has resumed registration for assistance for Ukrainian families affected by the war. Who can count on payments of UAH 2,200, we will analyze below.
First of all, the assistance is intended for people from vulnerable groups.
Ukrainians with an official income of no more than UAH 5,400 per month and those who have not yet received payments from international organizations can receive assistance.
Those IDPs who have already submitted their data for inclusion in the UNHCR cash assistance program will receive their payments, provided they have not received cash assistance from another organization.
The following Ukrainians are defined as vulnerable:
- a family with only one parent with one or more children under the age of 18 or with elderly people (55 years and older);
- a family headed by one single/multiple single elderly persons (55 years and older) or elderly persons with one or more children under the age of 18;
- a family with one or more persons with special needs (disabilities, chronic diseases, etc.);
- foster families.
How and where to apply for assistance?
All household members must be present for data collection. If a family member is unable to come to the data collection center due to limited mobility, this person will be redirected to remote registration.
You must bring the originals of the following documents for each family member:
• tax number;
• national passport or other identity documents;
• IDP certificate (if available);
• UAH bank card of the main applicant;
• birth certificates of children (if necessary);
• a document certifying legal custody of the child (if necessary);
• certificate/medical certificate in case of disability or chronic illness (if necessary).
The amount of assistance is based on the subsistence minimum projected for April 2022 and amounts to UAH 2,220 per family member per month and covers a three-month period.
Data for inclusion in the UNHCR cash assistance program will be collected in the following areas:
Address: 81 Gorodotska St., Lviv, Ukraine
Mon-Fri, Sat 09:00 - 18:00
For up-to-date information, as well as schedules of mobile teams, please follow the link: https://t.me/Registration_help.
Address: Cherkasy, 6/1 Lazareva St. (behind the Optima Hotel, bus stop - Soborna Square)
Mon-Fri 09:00 - 17:00 You can register in the queue at the location and by phone: (093) 191-01-20.
Address: Uman, 7 Sadova St. Mon-Fri 09:00-17:00 Appointments are made at the location and by phone: (093) 191-01-20.
Address: 31-a Pashutynska St., Kropyvnytskyi, office premises (near the ASC)
Mon-Fri 09:00 - 18:00.
Phone: (050) 711 63 50. The schedule of mobile groups in the region can be tracked in the telegram channel: https://t.me/kropyvnytslyirefugee.
Address: Poltava, Pavlenkivska Square, 3b
Mon-Fri 09:00-17:00 m. Kremenchuk, 7 Vatutina str.
Monday through Friday, Sunday 08:00 - 16:00.
The schedule of mobile groups in the region can be tracked in the telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_poltava.
Address: 38 Starokozatska St., Dnipro, next to Ukreximbank, entrance from the yard
Mon-Fri 08:00 - 18:00
Address: 28 Myru Avenue, Kryvyi Rih, 28 Myru Avenue. Mon-Fri 09:00 - 18:00. You can register in the queue at the location or by phone: +38(068)473-96-19.
The schedule of mobile groups in the region can be tracked in the telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_dnipro.
Address: 72, Nezalezhnoyi Ukrayiny St., Zaporizhzhia, room 154, entrance from Mayakovskoho Square, between Crystalbank and Credit Dnipro Bank.
The form for pre-registration in the electronic queue, as well as the schedule of mobile groups in the region, can be found in the telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_zaporizhzhia.
Address: 3 Sabansky lane, Odesa, 3.
Mon-Fri 10:00 - 18:00;
Telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_odesa.
Address: 12/1 Repina St., Izmail, office 101;
Mon-Fri 10:00 - 17:00;
Telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_Izmail.
The schedule of mobile groups in the region can be tracked in the telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_odesa.
Address: Chernihiv, 10 Vyacheslav Chornovil str;
Monday through Friday, Sunday 09:00-18:00;
The schedule of mobile groups in the region can be tracked in the telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_che.
Address: 26, Gymnasiumna embankment, Kharkiv (ASC);
Mon-Fri 08:00 - 16:00, phone: 0-800-304-304;
Appointments are made every Friday at 12:00 online using a Google form published in the telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_kharkiv.
The registration is opened as soon as there are free places. You can follow the schedule of mobile groups in the region in the telegram channel.
Address: 1 Novomistenskaya St., Sumy;
Mon-Fri 09:00-18:00. You can register in the queue online using the Google form published in the telegram channel.
The schedule of mobile groups in the region can be tracked in the telegram channel: https://t.me/unhcr_help_sumy.
Mykolaiv, 26 Mykolaivska str;
Mykolaiv, 25 Dekabrystiv str. Mykolaiv, 9 Morekhidna str. Mykolaiv. Mykolaiv, 9 Morekhidna str;
Mykolaiv, 1 Novobudivelna St. Mon-Fri 09:00-16:00.
We remind you! The French humanitarian organization ACTED has resumed financial assistance to Ukrainians affected by the war. Read more about how to receive funds and what you need to do here.
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