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In the Zaporizhzhia region, the occupiers destroyed another psycho-neurological institution for people with disabilities.

July 25, 2023, 21:25 464 Author: Albert Pavlov helpus.org.ua The russian occupiers destroyed the women's building of the Tavria (Kirovo) House psycho-neurological institution.

The russian occupiers destroyed the women's building

Recently, the russian agressors destroyed the building of the Tavria psycho-neurological institution (former Kirovo PNI) in the Zaporizhzhia region. Just the building that was in the best repair and housed young women with disabilities. Fortunately, all the inhabitants were evacuated to other institutions a long time ago, so they were not harmed.

This place was a native home for hundreds of people. In this PNI, our foundation "Happy Child" was in the public council for several years, and tried to the best of its ability to help its residents. I am sharing some photo memories about this place.

Another crime. I think that at least a dozen PNI were destroyed in this way. Another unhealed wound in the destinies of hundreds of people who are now crammed into other overcrowded psycho-neurological institutions. Pain that these inhabitants and staff will have to live with for many years to come.

Well, we can't stop. It is necessary to gather strength and help everyone: military, wounded, displaced people and not to forget about people with disabilities who live in PNI. We have a chance to create for them, instead of destroyed psycho-neurological institutions, modern houses of supported living in safer regions of Ukraine. For example, you can buy your brick for building "Oselya Viry, Nadii and Liyubovi", in Ivano-Frankivsk region.

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