Israel’s humanitarian aid organization, IsraAID, is supporting first responders and families in Dnipro, Ukraine, following a direct missile strike on a residential building during Russian air raids across the country.
Saturday’s strike left at least 40 people dead, and 75 injured, including 14 children.
At least 25 people are still missing.
Psychologists trained by IsraAID are providing free support to victims of the strike and first responders and the organization is also delivering urgently needed aid items to partners in the city.
KAN's Mark Weiss spoke with Shahar May, IsraAID press officer, who is in the Ukrainian city of Odessa.