A short video explained how WCK has set up stations at different exit points from Ukraine. He also underlined the NGO’s plans, which will come in phases and include providing meals at refugee facilities in the neighbouring countries and eventually establishing community kitchens in Ukraine once the fighting has stopped.
According to WCK’s chief executive, Nate Mook, the NGO has already entered the second phase of its plans, providing hot meals for people at shelters and pop-up facilities.
In addition, at the Rava-Ruska and Shehyni borders, WCK has partnered with Caritas nuns to provide meals for the refugees. The organisation is also expecting additional aid from the United Nations and the World Food Program.
In his latest update on Mar 1, Andres shared his team’s efforts in Moldova, another neighbouring country, where Ukrainian refugees at the Chisinau Airport were served “baked chicken with pasta, tomato salad and bread from local restaurants”.