“Map of Destruction” is launched in Ukraine, which records the consequences of the Russian shelling
In Ukraine, the “Map of Destruction” initiated by the NGO “Anti-Corruption Headquarters,” has been officially launched. It records the consequences of Russian shelling and attacks.
On the map, one can see the damage to civilian objects and their photos before ‘denazification’ and after. There are 1,500 destroyed objects on it. Unfortunately, the numbers are increasing, and data is constantly updated. There is also a meter on the website, which did not stop for a single day.
The project’s purpose is to help raise funds to restore all destroyed facilities; the map accumulates information about all housing, social, and infrastructure facilities destroyed by the Russian Federation. The government set up the Fund for the Restoration of Destroyed Property and Infrastructure and the state fundraising platform UNITED24 to raise funds for rebuilding.
The United24 platform raised more than $ 36 million in two weeks, where anyone can donate funds for reconstruction.