What to take with you when evacuating

Опубліковано 25 March 2024 року, о 12:58

Timely evacuation can save lives. To prepare for evacuation, follow these recommendations:     

  1. Bring your documents with you. This includes passports, employment records, pension certificates, military IDs, and documents confirming ownership of real estate. If possible, make copies or take photos of them.
  2. Put a copy of the child’s birth certificate and information about the parents and/or other relatives, such as passport information and contact phone numbers, in the child’s backpack and clothing pockets.
  3. Divide your cash into parts and put them in different places. Take duplicates of your house and car keys with you.
  4. Take your phone, power banks, chargers, multiple flashlights, batteries, matches, lighter, and candles.
  5. Remember to bring extra clothing, including a raincoat or umbrella.
  6. Pack non-perishable food and hygiene products in your backpack.
  7. Prepare a first aid kit that includes antipyretics and painkillers, as well as medication for allergies and stomach upsets. It is important to be prepared for any medical emergencies that may arise. Additionally, includes plasters, sterile wipes, and antiseptic.
  8. Keep a list of blood types and Rh factors for all family members.

During the evacuation, it is prohibited to bring any weapons, including firearms, traumatic weapons, pneumatic weapons, cold steel, explosive materials, and others.

Evacuees are provided with social guarantees, including free housing in compact residence areas, and financial, psychological, and medical assistance.

To report your desire to evacuate, call the Ministry of Reintegration’s 24-hour hotline at 1548. If you prefer to send a message via WhatsApp, Telegram, or Viber, use the number (096) 078-84-33.