Humanitarian Outreach to Refugees
Mission Eurasia's "I Care" Refugee Assistance Program provides for the most urgent physical and spiritual needs of refugees displaced by war, regional conflict, and other disasters in the countries of Eurasia.
Currently, we are assisting those affected by the ongoing war in eastern Ukraine where tens of thousands of people remain trapped in bombed-out villages in the war zone without natural gas, hot water, food, or basic necessities. Struggling to survive in these desperate circumstances, nearly five million Ukrainians have been displaced within the country by the conflict that continues to devastate the nation.
Through "I Care," Mission Eurasia's Christian leaders and other ministry partners seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus to those devastated by these conflicts, regularly delivering Bibles and Scripture resources, food packs, clothing, and other life-saving relief aid.
Refugees and Displaced people need your help today.
The past eleven months have been filled with suffering and pain, death and destruction for the people of Ukraine. Russia’s invasion and brutal assault on this peaceful nation have created the worst global humanitarian disaster since World War II.
The BBC recently reported that in a period of just eight days, “thousands of towns and cities across the country have been left without power, and President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russian strikes had destroyed about 30% of Ukraine’s power stations.”
As winter cold moves in, countless thousands of families and individuals hunker down in what remains of their cities and towns. They have no heat, little access to food, medical care — or hope.
Wood-Burning Stoves Project
Help deliver life-giving warmth and the hope of Jesus to suffering Ukrainian families.
Millions of Ukrainians are enduring a brutal war while suffering the pain of hunger and the bitter cold of winter. They urgently need food and the good news that they have a loving father and a place with him in heaven.
Mission Eurasia has commissioned 20 mobile kitchens that can feed up to 300 people per day.
When Mission Eurasia’s mobile kitchen comes to a devastated Ukrainian town, word spreads like wildfire! Hot meals of rice and meat, soup and bread are graciously shared with every villager who ventures out, staring in disbelief. Yes, we are nourishing hungry bodies, but these mobile kitchens are also gathering places where hearts are thrown open to hear the Good News!
Please partner with Mission Eurasia now to feed the hungry—great multitudes, as Jesus did— through mobile kitchens that can feed up to 300 people per day.
Mobile Medical Clinics
During more than one year of war, the traumatized Ukrainian people have endured many hardships. Still, the lack of medical care and medicines—even simple painkillers and medications for chronic conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes—has dramatically increased their suffering. Also, hospitals and clinics in many towns and villages across the country have been destroyed, leaving few places to treat the sick and wounded.
That’s why Mission Eurasia is launching a new initiative that will provide Mobile Medical Clinics for the suffering people of Ukraine who have little or no access to medical care and hope for the future.
Each Mobile Medical Clinic is a refurbished vehicle equipped with an exam room, medical equipment, medical supplies, and a generator where two medical personnel can serve as many as 50 patients daily, five days a week.
The cost to purchase, refurbish, and equip each Mobile Medical Clinic is $35,000. Ten mobile medical clinics will deliver medical care right to places near the front line and in shelters where people suffer the most.
Mobile Medical Clinics
Join us in delivering vital medical care and the hope of the gospel to those suffering in Ukraine's war by supporting Mobile Medical Clinics today. Your prayers and contributions make a life-saving difference.
PERMANENT HOMES AND JOBS IN WESTERN REGIONS OF UKRAINE
To help provide permanent housing and create jobs for displaced Ukrainian families, Mission Eurasia has developed a strategic initiative for constructing duplex and quadraplex homes in the Mukachevo region of western Ukraine located far from the active war zone. Each unit is 1,600 square feet and can accommodate a family of four or five people. Our initial goal is to build 12 duplexes or six quadraplexes, which can provide permanent housing for 24 displaced Ukrainian families.
Through this strategic initiative, 24 homeless Ukrainian families, or as many as 120 people, will acquire a permanent home in the Mukachevo region of Ukraine, helping to alleviate distress in the displaced Ukrainian community. With the wages they receive from constructing these homes, displaced Ukrainians will help pay off their homes by contributing an average of $500 per month to a fund that will be used for the construction of more housing units. Within a year, we estimate that these contributions will total approximately $144,000 ($500 per month for 24 units), which can be used to build four more units for other displaced families.
Permanent Homes & Jobs
Learn how you can help us provide urgently needed housing and jobs for displaced Ukrainian families who have fled their destroyed homes in the war zone.
MODULAR HOMES IN WESTERN REGIONS OF UKRAINE
To help provide urgent temporary housing and create jobs for displaced Ukrainian families, Mission Eurasia has developed a strategic initiative for installing modular homes in the Chernivtsi region of western Ukraine where one of our iCare refugee assistance centers is located, far from the active war zone. These modular homes will be installed at the site of a former Soviet Pioneer Youth campground on free land provided by the government with utilities already installed. Mission Eurasia volunteers are working to clean the site and turn it into a community where displaced families will have privacy and safety.
Through this strategic initiative, many displaced, homeless Ukrainian families will have urgent temporary housing in the Chernivtsi region of Ukraine for up to six months, while they look for more permanent housing. Displaced Ukrainians will help install these modular homes, providing jobs and a source of income for them. Once ten modular homes are built, a small church will also be built on-site where children and families will be exposed to the gospel and where ministry will be carried out. This initiative will help to alleviate the urgent need for temporary housing among homeless Ukrainian families, will create jobs, and will help provide spiritual support for the displaced Ukrainian community.
Temporary Housing for the Homeless.
Learn more about how we are helping provide modular homes and jobs for Ukrainian refugee families who have fled the war zone.