Igor S from Mariupol

Igor S from Mariupol

“I just made the decision to leave a month ago!! Before that I was a little afraid of change but now I realise that in Ukraine I wasn’t doing anything, the country is heading for the abyss and getting worse and worse every year. There are no prospects, little work –...
Vladimir and Alla K from Kiev

Vladimir and Alla K from Kiev

Vladimir tells the couple’s story: “For me, making Aliyah is the only hope to live longer as I am now suffering from an incurable disease. There is hope that in Israel, where the medicine and doctors are more advanced, they can help me. Sometimes they do wonders!” “I...
Olga S from Kiev

Olga S from Kiev

This is my dream – to live in Israel – and now it’s coming true!“It is difficult when your daughter and grandchildren are so far away – but I always believed that we could be together. My own mother was left an orphan when she was 12 years old. The Nazis shot her...
Aleksandr and Irina B from Kiev

Aleksandr and Irina B from Kiev

Aleksandr and Irina made Aliyah with their two children, daughter Anna and son, Artem. Aleksandr tells their story. “My wife and I both worked in low paid organizations. I am an ambulance driver and my wife works in Social Services, dealing with children and young...
Nikolaev, Ukraine

Nikolaev, Ukraine

Tatiana has been legally blind for the past 7 years. Her best option and hope for improved vision resides in Israel. Tatiana’s grandmother had changed her name, making it difficult to secure the necessary documents for her Aliyah process. Ezra International began...
Olga and Alexander, Ukraine

Olga and Alexander, Ukraine

During the Holocaust, Olga’s grandmother and aunt were buried alive in a mine in Donetsk, Ukraine. Her husband Alexander is an invalid and was sent home to die by the Ukrainian doctors who had done basically nothing to help him. The couple’s greatest desire was to...