100 temporary houses for people who lost their homes are being installed in Kyiv region

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Temporary modular houses from the Ukrainian company QHome are being installed in Kyiv region. The first houses were built in the community of Bucha district. 

According to a post on the Kyiv Regional Military Administration's website, 100 such houses are planned to be installed as part of the UNHCR project. Each house is designed for 4 people and is equipped with everything necessary for life.

Photo: Kyiv Regional Military Administration

Photo: Kyiv Regional Military Administration

The houses are made of durable materials. Inside, there is Ukrainian-made furniture, a wood-burning stove, air conditioning, a refrigerator, a toilet, a shower, and an equipped kitchen. The living area is 25 square meters.

One house was installed for a family in the village of Nizhilovychi, Bucha district, whose home was completely destroyed by the Russians. The initiative will help Ukrainians start life anew on their own land.



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