Video | The kitchens of José Andrés reach 300,000 servings a day in Ukraine | International


The Spanish chef José Andrés, known for his success in the US and the numerous charitable works that his NGO, World Central Kitchen, carried out in several countries in crisis, has helped thousands of Ukrainians following the outbreak of war on February 24. This video shows how the NGO has worked and how the entire humanitarian aid system has been deployed in the midst of the armed conflict. Since then, his association has focused on providing food to the citizens of the country invaded by Russia, who have even had supply problems in the cities located in eastern Ukraine. The chef was recently decorated with the 2021 Princess of Asturias Award for Concord for his work around the world.

This video collects images and statements of the chef himself in Ukraine helping in the deployment and settling of all the food and the personnel of the World Central Kitchen. But how many people work in the organization? How long have they been in Ukraine? This video answers all these questions and details the operation of this well-known NGO. It also shows how the president of the Spanish government, Pedro Sánchez, has recognized the work carried out by chef José Andrés. In fact, during his visit on April 21, he was able to learn about the well-known chef’s humanitarian aid work. The head of the Spanish Executive assured that he felt “moved” by the “horror” of the war that he had observed in devastated cities and with dozens of dead civilians, as is the case of Borodianka, located on the outskirts of kyiv, the capital of Ukraine .

How is the NGO distributed? In which cities is it present? The video that accompanies this news shows the key points of the humanitarian development of the organization, from where the kitchens are located to its next aid objectives in the attacked country.

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