Donetsk, Nov 21 – DAN. Activists of the Public Headquarters for Frontline Districts of the Donetsk People’s Republic have delivered some 43 tons of humanitarian aid to more than 4,000 DPR families since December 2017, when it was launched, the initiative's press service said.
“More than 4,000 families in the frontline zone have received relief supplies since the beginning of the Headquarters’ operation,” the press statement said. “Some 43 tons of foodstuffs, medications, clothes, detergents, baby food, books, building implements and construction materials, as well as toys were delivered to settlements on the contact line.”
In particular, relief supplies were delivered to Gorlovka. Families with toddlers received baby food, schoolchildren got new shoes. Over 100 kg of clothes and toys were supplied.
The Public Headquarters for Frontline Districts (the areas worst hit in the armed aggression) was set up in December 2017.*ot