“We Live Like We Are Homeless”
“I am grateful for help. But sometimes it’s hard … The attitude here is: if you want to be left in peace, go back home. But where is home? Everyone who could, who had a place to go, had already left.”
The ongoing war in eastern Ukraine has divided people’s lives there into “before” and “after.” For Iryna, “before” was living independently in her own flat in Donetsk region. Life was not easy, but she had a network of friends she could rely on to help.
Source:: Human Rights Watch