InTern Youth Center in Dnipropetrovsk Region
The "InTern" Youth Center from the mining town of Ternivka in the Dnipropetrovsk region has been a real humanitarian headquarters for the city and nearby settlements since the first day of the full-scale war.
The space not only became a gathering place for servicemen and civilians, but also continued classes with young people as they did in peacetime, integrating the directions a little, taking into account the new reality.
Young people are actively involved in weaving camouflage nets, which Ternivka residents have already made more than 60! Trainings on home care are provided, and visitors have the opportunity to be distracted by making dolls and charms for our soldiers.
Every day, "InTern" develops individual humanitarian aid kits for refugees and organizes the delivery of equipment, food, medicine and all necessary items at the request of servicemen.
This is the story of how a small town joined forces to win this war. Ukrainian housewives, schoolchildren, students, miners and the elderly stood side by side, as there is no such occupation now that would not bring victory over the enemy forces closer.