UNICEF and Ministry of Social Policy launch a program for low-income families
UNICEF together with the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine launched a program of financial assistance "Together" for vulnerable families with children affected by the war
In the first stage, the assistance is intended for families who have:
👉 three or more children under the age of 18, including a child under the age of two,
👉 two or more children under the age of 18, of which one or more children with disabilities.
Amount of assistance: UAH 2,220 per month for each family member, but not more than five people. One-time payment for three months to a Ukrainian bank account or debit card.
📌 To register in the program, you must fill out an application at https://register.unicef.org/ . Due to heavy traffic on the site there were technical failures. Don't worry and try to register later, if you face a problem.
If you meet the criteria, you will receive confirmation via SMS and assistance within 4 weeks.
More details at http://unicef.org/ukraine/spilno-cash-transfers and on the hotline number 0 800 600 017 (free of charge, available daily from 8:00 to 22:00)
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