After the Russian attack on Ukraine, the Waldeck-Frankenberg district, in coordination with state and federal authorities, is providing humanitarian aid to people from the war-torn region. On this page, the district provides relevant information on the subject.
IMPORTANT: The district is currently receiving numerous inquiries about the current processing status of applications of various types. We would like to point out at this point that due to the high workload in the district administration, the processing of the cases unfortunately currently takes more time than usual. We therefore ask you to be patient and, if possible, to refrain from asking questions about the current processing status. The employees are working under high pressure to complete the processes as quickly as possible. As soon as this is the case for your process, you will be notified immediately.
Thank you for your understanding!
Registration and request for assistance
People seeking protection from Ukraine should receive targeted assistance in Germany as quickly as possible - including financial resources.
Support services for volunteers in Ukraine aid
In order to support volunteers who help people seeking protection from Ukraine, the district has put together a package with various funding opportunities.
Rental housing for refugees
Here is information for people who want to provide rental housing for refugees.
Language support & accompaniment for refugees
The district is setting up a program that will enable Ukrainian refugees to learn German as quickly as possible. Language guides are also being sought to accompany them when they go to the authorities.
Help for women in emergency situations
Many private individuals, volunteers and aid organizations offer help to refugees. Unfortunately, there are also people who take advantage of the emergency situation. Here is help and support!