Red Cross distributes clean water, food, blankets, medicine and hygiene packages to fleeing civilians, as well as providing protection, and offering first aid and metal health first aid. Due to a long-standing partnership with Ukrainian Red Cross, the organisation is able to distribute through 6,000 employees and volunteers, reaching all parts of the country.
The asylum department of the Danish Red Cross is receiving Ukrainian refugees seeking asylum.
The Red Cross is no longer present at Copenhagen Central Station, but written information can be found in several languages in relation to where Ukrainian refugees can receive support and guidance when they come to Denmark.
The organisation is present in reception centres of authorities to provide psychosocial support. Going forward, the Danish Red Cross will provide psychosocial support, language support and networking in the local community, especially with the programme Friends Show the Way together with the Danish Refugee Council, where a refugee is matched with a volunteer individual or family.
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