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Halyna Pavlivna Nguyen-Koreneva

"We somehow survive on milk"

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I am a resident of the village of Trekhizbenka from birth, I am 50 years old. I  graduated from high school and then studied for a nurse. Before the military conflict, I  worked in a hospital in Luhansk. I'm currently unemployed. I have two daughters: Nguyen Angelina Kan and Nguyen Marianna Kang. They are students. My husband went to his homeland, Vietnam, and never returned. I'm the only parent who takes care of the children, and he's no help.

It was very difficult at times. During the intense attacks, we were sitting in basements for days, there was no light or water.

Well, I think with God's help, things will get better.

I work at Rinat Akhmetov Foundation as a volunteer. Our residents are recipients of assistance, and we are very grateful to Rinat Leonidovich and the entire Foundation for this help.

I take care of animals, I have cows. We somehow survive on milk. I don't have enough food for them, hay, and money to buy, and I have zero income.

Well, everything will be fine. The main thing is health, so that everyone is healthy and the war ends.

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