For the Ukrainian Catholic University community, the fifth month of Ukraine’s heroic resistance in the war with Russia became an example of faith in victory. Despite the war, more than 500 UCU graduates received their bachelor’s and master’s degrees. We saw the faces of the future leaders of Ukraine, those who were tirelessly volunteering and working on their thesis research. UCU continues its work, implementing changes with even greater responsibility, recording war stories, defending our independence and bringing victory closer.
How are the UCU community and the university’s donors working towards Ukraine’s victory? Read the report on the fifth month of the war to find out.
Over the five months of the war, together with donors, UCU spent 3.8 million dollars on humanitarian aid. Most funds (65%) were directed to acquire medical supplies later given to hospitals and people in the war zone. 18% of this amount was allocated to support internally displaced persons, 10% to support volunteer organizations, and 4% to acquire protection and security equipment.