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A joint initiative of Kyivstar and Come Back Alive Foundation of competent assistance to the army. We had raised UAH 180 million for provision of 146 mobile demining groups in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Why is it important?


~ 30%

of the territory of Ukraine is mined


almost 100%

of Ukraine’s water areas are mined


> 10 million

Ukrainians are in danger


> 400 000

hectares of agricultural land must be demined

Our victory is getting closer

we managed to raise

180 M

was raiced for the project


engineering and sapper groups received transport and equipment


sapper suits for individual protection

31.5 M

direct charitable contribution of Kyivstar

29.7 M

contribution of Superpower Assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine users

666 K

contribution of Kyivstar employees

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UAH 188.1 million of property was donated to the military

Including UAH 1.3 million by the Come Back Alive Foundation partners support and UAH 6.8 million contribution from the fund's general purpose accounts, which covered the difference between the planned and actual value of the property

Necessary property with which we provide sapper groups

Mobility and time are what protect our sappers and help them liberate Ukrainian land from enemy shells. In order for the demining of the territories to be as effective as possible, the groups received:

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Radio stations

for communication between the group commander, sappers and the driver, as well as for coordination with units

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will help provide navigation, set maps, and plot surveyed and identified minefields

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Sapper bags

will provide fighters with all the necessary tools and equipment for demining

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Pickup trucks

for unit mobility



for reconnaissance and safe detection of minefields


Additional equipment

in particular, ohmmeters, blasting machines, minesweeper wire and probes


Metal detectors

will allow to reduce the risks to the sapper's life

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sapper suits for individual protection

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