Photo Blog: One Day in Kiev

Seen here in photographs taken by JDC's team in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital has been transformed into a landscape resembling a war zone, with charred buildings lining its wide boulevards and fortified encampments filling the city's Independence Square. JDC staff members, led by our director of FSU operations Ofer Glanz, are working around the clock to ensure Ukraine's elderly Jews and single-parent Jewish families continue to receive the food and supplies they need. As people around the world look to Ukraine with compassion and concern, JDC is on the ground to guarantee the well-being of the country's most vulnerable Jews. See how we've responded.

You can follow our real-time work on the ground on Facebook and Twitter, as well as on our Ukraine crisis page.



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