• Українською
  • Finland, with the support of the Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine, has donated 12 mobile houses to the city of Irpin, Kyiv region.

    They will be used by large families, families of the war victims, people with disabilities, social workers, families of service members, and other socially vulnerable groups.

    “Providing housing for Ukrainians who have lost their homes is one of the Ministry’s top priorities. We are working with international partners to provide temporary solutions and long-term housing for people. This includes housing reconstruction programmes such as eVidnovlennia. We are grateful to our Finnish partners for their help and look forward to strengthening our cooperation,” commented Oleksandr Kubrakov, Deputy Prime Minister for Restoration of Ukraine and Minister for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development.

    Each house is designed for 3 apartments of 27-28 square metres each. An apartment can accommodate 4 people. The total number of people to be accommodated is 144.

    The apartments are designed with an entrance hall, a bathroom, a kitchen and two living rooms.

    Each house is connected to water and electricity. The site also has an alternative source of electricity with 2 generators.

    The mobile houses are located on the territory of a sanatorium, within walking distance of a school, other important social facilities and bus lines to Kyiv.