Another Russian occupied village and another scene of total destruction and civilian suffering. YWAM Kiev is bringing hope to so many who’s lives have been shattered and I’m blessed to be apart of it. If you want to know how to help, please see the links in my bio.
As we drive through Irpin and Bucha on our way to deliver food I’m amazed not only by the damage of just a month of Russian occupation but the Ukrainian will to rebuild. I’m completely taken back at how everyone is stepping up to help. No bitching, complaining or waiting on someone else, the residents of Irpin and Bucha have taken back control and will flourish again.
We had to make an on-the-spot change to the villages we were heading to today because the bridges were blown out on our route. Unfortunately, everywhere you look there is villages in dier need. Within minutes we were able to locate and distribute much need food and aid to an area that has recently been liberated. Extreme caution was taken because of active mine clearance operation in effect but people still need hope. YWAM Kiev.
The road to Irpin and Bucha is littered with the scars of war. People are starting to making their way back to their homes, robbed of all normalcy and trying to piece together their lives again.