Securing the Jewish future in Ukraine

Securing the Jewish future in Ukraine

For the many refugees from Ukraine who make Aliyah, The Jewish Agency has set up a residential center in Dnepropetrovsk, providing temporary accommodations and Hebrew ulpan (intensive language courses). In 2014, around 400 people lived in our refugee center

 

As eastern Ukraine suffers a violent conflict between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists, which has claimed thousands of lives, The Jewish Agency is there on the ground assisting with Aliyah efforts and providing security measures and hope to those staying behind. Click here to view a summary of our important work there

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