The plant has provided premises for volunteers and helps in arranging housing for internally displaced persons
The Dnipro Metallurgical Plant (DMZ) received about 100 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the building of the enterprise’s medical and sanitary part. Plant’s press service reports about it on its Facebook page.
The center, created by public organization Source of Support, received premises from the DMZ and helps in arranging housing.
Living quarters are already equipped on two floors out of four. Preparations for further settlement are underway. Each floor has a common kitchen, laundry, showers, and the rooms have the necessary furniture.
In addition, IDPs can get clothes at the DMZ’s humanitarian headquarters. With the help of Dnipro restaurants, they receive free meals twice a day. The city provides free access to the Internet.
Near the building, the workers of the enterprise installed enclosures for large dogs, and small four-legged friends live in rooms with their owners.
The center has a room for children’s games and creativity, and study room will be equiped. By the beginning of winter, autonomous heating will be installed in the building, and part of the window to be replaced.
As GMK Center reported earlier, at the end of May, DMZ, together with the volunteer group Source of Support, set up a shelter for refugees from Donetsk region in a former industrial hospital. At that time, about 50 people lived in the mini-hotel, while each family got a separate room.
Dnipro Metallurgical Plant – a full-cycle metallurgical enterprise that is part of the DCH group. It produces semi-finished products and shaped rolled steel products: channel, angle bars, rails. Its main products are square billets (exported to Turkey and Egypt), channels (wide export geography: countries of Europe, Asia, Africa) and pig iron (exported mainly to Turkey).