More than 4 million Ukrainians fled the war abroad
HandyFriendsBot works exactly for them. The service is developing rapidly and is now available in 45 countries.
How does HandyFriendsBot help Ukrainians abroad?
Provides information on housing, work, education, medical and legal services abroad in Ukrainian language
It is a service for exchanging useful information
It unites Ukrainians in different countries around the world
When the war is over, HandyFriendsBot helps people to come back to Ukraine
There is a story of a real person hidden behind every click
“Chatbot HandyFriends helped me to find accommodation in a short time. In general, renting a house in Poland is not straightforward, but I came across information that refugees can take advantage of free accommodation from Airbnb. It is very convenient that I found all the necessary information at once. It took 4 days to confirm the request for housing. ”
Our goal is to bring together 100,000 users in HandyFriendsBot within the next month and 500,000 in the quarter.
How is HandyFriendsBot going to work after the war?
Together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, it will accompany each user home step by step;
Helps to obtain information on compensation in case of housing destruction;
Creates a database of vacant posts in different regions of Ukraine;
Provides information on education, medical and other necessary services;
Informs about social assistance, benefits and general adaptation activities;
Conducts sociological surveys to analyze the location, needs and emotional state of Ukrainians coming back to home.
HandyFriendsBot can help everyone whose life has been changed by war
The HandyFriendsBot service can be adapted to help citizens of other countries affected by the war - for example, Syria.
For Syrian citizens living in other countries, HandyFriendsBot can also be a Digital Assistant by providing Syrian-adapted content in their native language.
HandyFriendsBot is a volunteer initiative, launched by
The service works due to the contributions from the Central and Eastern European Development Funds and the Open Mind Foundation.
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