Alexander Rekeda

The shifting nature of the conflict over the past few months has necessitated adapting to a wide range of shifting priorities, from addressing concerns in remote rural areas cut off by troop movements to assisting in ravaged urban centers where damaged supply lines have cut off access to essentials. The destruction of homes by Russian bombs has created a housing catastrophe that must be addressed. The organization works locally to help evacuees in Ukraine find temporary housing as soon as feasible and permanent housing as soon as conditions allow. Alexander Rekeda is in charge of running the charity organization's day-to-day operations. The charity gives money to local groups that care for war orphans, people whose families have been torn apart, and people who have been wounded in the conflict and require medical or psychological attention. Education and housing fall under the second tier of care after the most immediate requirements, like rehabilitation and fundamental necessities, have been met. Alexander created Unity for Freedom and served as its CEO. He has extensive experience in the charity sector, particularly in disaster relief and foreign aid distribution. Rekeda grew up in Slovakia during the turbulent years following the collapse of communism and the outbreak of regional conflicts. Because of what he saw, he dedicated his life to helping those in need worldwide through foreign aid. Rekeda's Unity for Freedom program is geared toward helping those in need, regardless of location or political leanings, access necessities. Rekeda co-founded Unity for Freedom, a nonprofit assisting internally displaced Ukrainians. In response to the needs of the Ukrainian people during the war, Alexander and his group established a system of local initiatives. They're dedicated to restoring Ukraine's villages, towns, and households.