In the village of Moschun, the first Eurokurin will be built

 The first house from the project of construction of temporary housing "Evrokurin" will start to be assembled next week. The initiator of the project, Oleksiy Satov, announced this. According to him, in response to the proposal of the village leadership, lists of people who need immediate shelter were drawn up now, without waiting for autumn and winter. Priority was given to families with difficult life circumstances, first of all, with young children, the disabled, and the elderly. The initiative group of the project chose the family of Valentina Onyshchenko from the proposed options. They have a small child in their arms, their parents' and daughter's houses have been destroyed, and they are forced to huddle in an unsuitable room (barn).
 The first building of the project, according to Oleksiy Satov, is financed by the funds that went to the charity account and his own savings. At the same time, he hopes that this pilot building, its real, not virtual, appearance, the living conditions and amenities that people will experience, will give impetus to the rapid implementation of the project.
"I hope that our initiative will find its response from international donors, Ukrainian structures and concerned citizens, so that by the end of the year we will be able to build 100 houses in this village," says the public activist.
 In total, according to the village headman of Moschun Petr Makushenko, more than 150 houses were destroyed, and this does not include hundreds of destroyed structures in summer cottage cooperatives around the village. Already 97 families have written applications for the construction of temporary housing.
 "If the housing problem is not solved before autumn and winter, people will find themselves in a critical situation. And we really hope for the help of the state, sponsors, and especially the volunteer project "Eurokurin". These girls and boys have already been tested, because they were among the first to help the village. Hot lunches, clothes and everything necessary for people's survival were brought in," says Petro Makushenko.
  Oleksiy Satov claims that the installation of the first "Eurokuren" can last up to 10 days. They will build on their own, as well as involve future homeowners and local volunteers.
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