A large part of internally displaced people who came to Kolomyia, Ivano-Frankivsk region, were allocated in schools and kindergartens. Later, the city council in cooperation with the local community opened two shelters, so that people could move from the educational facilities. This is a story about residents, everyday life, challenges, and needs of one of these shelters.
Getting to know each other
— I am from Horlivka, but for the last two years I have lived in Kharkiv’s North Saltivka district. I worked at the plant. I came here in mid-March. I was thinking of coming back, but I see it is hot again over there. So, for now, I am here. There is no place to come back.
— I am from Luhansk. I moved to Popasna in 2015, as an IDP. Now, when the fighting started in Popasna, I barely left. I got a missile ...