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There are still plenty of needs in war-torn Ukraine but the amount of donations has shrunk. In spite of this, another convoy of vans of the society “Tev” (For You) goes to Kherson with a load of aid. One of them will take help to a bomb shelter, Latvian Television reported on April 1.

In Kherson, nights are the toughest. The escape is basements, at least for a moment, where residents often stay overnight, while children go to school remotely from the basement. One of the bomb shelters set up in a multi-story apartment building will be visited by the society "Tev". The shipment contains items for daily life including computer screens for remote learning.

"There are donations for bomb shelters here so kids can keep learning in the basement, stationery and everything. Similarly, some of the donations go to Kherson hospital, which is very busy. Kherson hospital and we have a longer collaboration. We've delivered both beds and hardware there. One of the cargoes goes in support of the army – to the armored car repairer, so that Ukraine can defend itself further," Kaspars Polis, a Member of the society “Tev”, told LTV.

The association thanks all donors, both individuals and companies, who continue to give funds and goods to help, adding that the amount of donations is shrinking, but the requests for help in the war-torn country are not diminishing.

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