SUPPORT FOR WOMEN IN THE UKRAINIAN MEDIA WHO REMAINED TO WORK IN UKRAINE DURING THE WAR

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More than 3 million women with children have fled their homeland in search of safety. Many remain in the country without the opportunity to leave, some remain locked up in their cities, some work to support the rear, some do not want to leave.
Women are the most sensitive and strongest part of our nation. Their men are at war, they live their lives in hope and faith. They need support more than ever. Many women who have left their homes experience deep stress, feelings of guilt for leaving Ukraine, and fear that they will have nowhere to return. They need to feel an emotional connection with Ukraine.

Information is more important today than ever! It helps women to properly assess what is happening, to make informed decisions, to find the best option for their actions. That is why national media for women should work and help Ukrainian women survive the difficult times of the war!

The media unites us as a nation, remaining attached to our national identity, sharing our pain and our victories. Women's media today provide strong emotional support to women.

Currently, during the war, the Ukrainian media were left without advertising revenues, which were the main source of funding for their activities.

The #Stand4WomanUA project aims to support the activities of the Ukrainian media and the women who remain in Ukraine, so that they continue to work and provide information to support other women.

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