An AI-based monitoring service allows the foundation to identify the main burning problems that Ukrainians face.
Moreover, the foundation experts analyze Ukrainian and international charity foundations to see the under-addressed issues. Every research is backed by surveys that volunteers and experts of the foundation organize. This approach helps to quickly see and tackle the biggest problems in the cities.
UNEMPLOYMENT AND FORSED NECESSITY TO STOP EDUCATION
Many have lost jobs, others had their salaries cut 2 or 3 times. Refugees faced that their skills and experience mean nothing in the new reality. People see their means of subsistence fading, and they are unable to simply find new jobs, since the job market in their country virtually froze and stopped functioning.
School and university students lost their ability to receive education and develop as their peers in other countries.
LACK OF MEDICINES
War does not eliminate chronic diseases. Many people suffer from lack of essential medication: people with heart diseases, cancer, and serious mental illnesses.
People go into the blue from their hometowns. Free accommodation is not available to everybody, refugees centers and temporary housing are over-occupied, while condominiums in many towns are simply ruined.
NO OPPORTUNITY TO GET AWAY FROM A DANGEROUS ZONE
Not all people have cars and/or money to leave occupied cities. They are trapped and unable to go to safer places.
LACK OF ESSENTIALS
Many people lost their jobs, hence, their means of subsistence: there are families who cannot afford buying food, clothes or simply personal-hygiene goods. The cities with the most unstable situation have their water-supply system seriously damaged, and people risk losing access to water.