Winter and war at Ukraine’s edge
By Raegan Hodge
November 17, 2022
At the beginning of the war, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees came through Przemyśl, a small historic city about two hours drive from Przewodów, near the Ukrainian border. Ukrainian House, a cultural center in the middle of town, quickly responded, turning their facility into a temporary accommodation center by rolling bunks into their theater, constructing new bathrooms, and converting their meetings rooms into an impromptu Ukrainian consulate. Now, as winter approaches, they are faced with a new wave of refugees who need support.