December 7, 2023

Story #127: Frontline Savior Cures Ukrainian Heroes Since 2014

Olha, a doctor from Chernivtsi, lives in the pre-front zones to be here for the wounded.
November 29, 2023

Story #125: Journalist Recalls Russian Airstrike on Her Office

Anastasiia delves into her final days at the Bakhmut media office before Russia abruptly destroyed it.
November 23, 2023

Story #124: This Woman Became a Symbol of Kherson Resistance

A 53-year-old partisan, mother of three, became a symbol of resilience in the occupied Kherson by upholding the Ukrainian spirit.
November 17, 2023

Story #123: Lawyer Defends Ukraine Back-to-Back with Her Husband

Lawyer Maryna makes a U-turn in life to serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
November 13, 2023

Story #122: Volunteer Connects with Homeowners' Stories Through House Remnants

Daria, a volunteer with the 'Brave to Rebuild' organization, uncovers people's stories by piecing together what's left of their houses.
October 31, 2023

Story #119: Family Gives All It Had To Escape Russian Regiment

Sofia recalls losing her home and farm in Kherson Oblast first to the Russian occupation, and later to the Kakhovka dam flooding.
October 28, 2023

How Does Medical Evacuation from the Frontline Work?

Since Russia's aggression in 2014, volunteer paramedics from Hospitallers have saved over 5,000 lives by evacuating injured soldiers.
October 19, 2023

Rehabilitation and Prosthetics: How Are Ukrainians Supported?

Between 20,000 and 50,000 Ukrainians have lost limbs since the beginning of Russia's invasion in 2022.
October 17, 2023

What is the Current State of the Frontline Hotspots?

Is Russia launching a new offensive, as some media and experts say? What is happening near Avdiivka, where Russians concentrated a lot of troops?
October 16, 2023

Story #118: Savyntsi Native Restores Community Culture Post Russian Occupation

Victoria Zaritska narrates about Russian unsuccessful attempts to erase Savyntsi culture and its role in improving residents' moral state.