Ukraine is a European country with a wonderful land, friendly people and majestic culture. Those who have been to Ukraine at least once have never been indifferent to it. It is simply impossible to stay.

Ukrainian nature is very diverse, which is facilitated by relief and climate. The country occupies the largest territory in Europe. More than 45 million people live here. Ukrainian women are the most beautiful creatures on earth, and men are the strongest. There is a clear sky and sun, seas and groves, a good harvest every year and the fruitful development of innovative industry. Here everyone can create their own future and live the way they want and breathe freely.

However, not everyone likes this way of life. Neighboring Russia, an authoritarian state with an authoritarian regime, in which everything is done to restrict freedom of thought and subordinate it to the wishes of a small group of elites, on February 24, 2022, bloodily, insidiously and brutally launched a military attack on Ukraine. And the war began. A war that Europe has not seen in decades. A war in which good fights evil.

Due to the military intervention of Russia, a strike was made not only on the objects of critical infrastructure of Ukraine, but also on the objects of humanitarian importance: schools, hospitals, houses, etc. The enemy does not avoid killing women, children, retirees. It even uses cluster bombs in areas inhabited by civilians and CBW bombs ("chemical and biological weapons").

Cities such as Kharkiv, Kyiv, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Sumy, Chernihiv, Irpin, etc. were facing a humanitarian catastrophe. As a result, a huge number of civilians were forced to leave their homes due to the threat of their lives, to abandon valuables and to loose their jobs, to move to the western regions of Ukraine or even abroad.

In the first 10 days alone, according to officials, more than 1.5 million Ukrainians became internally displaced and more than 1 million crossed the border with other countries in search of protection and security.

Mission of the project

The Discoperi Humanitarian Mission (or "DIM") project was created to help the people of Ukraine, especially those who were displaced. All those who, despite looking back, were forced to leave their homes, abandon their property and find themselves face to face with the new reality in which he or she became a refugee.

We understand how difficult and stressful it is to be in a completely unusual atmosphere: in another city, among strangers, without at least a minimum level of social protection. It is for such people that we made this project.

Project objectives

DIM was established in partnership with Discoperi Group (a leading international developer of artificial intelligence software) and international partners of the company, primarily from the European Union (for example, the Netherlands).

The project must solve the following tasks:

  • Provide a minimum weekly financial assistance to at least 10,000 IDPs for a period of 1 to 10 weeks
  • Draw the attention of the international community to the problem of Ukrainian migrants and refugees
  • Stimulate the development of production and entrepreneurial activity by migrants and refugees

The total budget of the DIM project is from 1 to 5 million euros (depending on the project traction). However, as a result of this activity, this budget may be increased.

Accrual of assistance

To receive assistance, the applicant must fill in all fields and enter all the necessary information on the page . After verifying the data, based on Discoperi's proprietary algorithm, it will automatically calculate a weighted indicator (so-called 'scoring'), which corresponds to the priority of receiving assistance by the applicant. This indicator is given once.

Note: The applicant must answer all questions only truthfully, otherwise he/she may be prosecuted in accordance with the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

Upon scoring the applicant will be assigned an individual number in the queue for the award. This number may change according to the registration of other applicants with a higher score, or due to the providing the support to the applicants ahead of the queue and their withdrawal from the queue.

Each applicant who has been approved for assistance will be allocated a weekly budget. Upon spending the funds, the applicant must provide photos of checks, which shall have the date, place and time of expenses and the name of the product or service. If the relevant checks are not submitted, the accrual of benefits for the next week will be canceled and the applicant will lose the opportunity to continue receiving assistance.

Note: Next week's benefit is only available if all the checks received when purchasing goods or services for the current week are provided. Maximum period of assistance: 10 weeks

It is possible to spend money only on certain groups of products or services: food, housing, telecommunications services, transport, medicines, clothing and footwear, educational institutions and materials.

Warning: It is strictly forbidden to spend money on: alcohol, tobacco, gambling or entertainment


DIM project is a non-profit project that is being developed with the money of Discoperi and international sponsors. We are open to cooperation with any Ukrainian and international donors who want to improve the lives of millions of Ukrainian migrants and refugees.

Due to the fact that the payment to refugees is accrued weekly (in the form of weekly transfers to the refugee's card account), DIM requires a constant flow of financial assistance.


Details for transferring assistance for DIM project:


Discoperi Ukraine LLC 91 Peremohy Ave., Kyiv, 08135 Legal entity code: 42226475 Bank: JSC "RAIFFEISEN BANK AVAL" IN KYIV MFI: 380805 SWIFT code: AVALUAUK Accounts: UA803808050000000026009619445 (UAH) UA753808050000000026005619449 (EURO)


DISCOPERI SPÓŁKA Z OGRANICZONĄ ODPOWIEDZIALNOŚCIĄ (Discoperi Sp. z O.O.) JÓZEFA FRANCZAKA "LALKA" street # 43, LUBLIN, 20-325, Poland KRS: 0000771216 Bank: Santander Bank Polska S.A. Bank address: 66 W WARSZAWIE, PL. POWSTAŃCÓW WARSZAWY 2 SWIFT code: WBKPPLPP Accounts: PL42109025900000000141923336 (PLN) PL32109025900000000141923419 (EURO) Enrollment on the card of a Ukrainian bank

Enrollment in cryptocurrency:

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