Accommodation and housing for refugees from Ukraine

Accommodation and housing for refugees from Ukraine

One year after Russia's war on Ukraine, Ukrainian citizens are still seeking protection and refuge in Germany. In order to facilitate the accommodation of refugees from Ukraine and at the same time relieve the burden on the host communities, the Federal Ministry of the Interior and Home Affairs (BMI) has decided to enter into a partnership with the Berlin-based company Wunderflats  and the non-profit social enterprise ProjectTogether  Landlords will be able to provide private housing for refugees from Ukraine quickly and unbureaucratically on a digital platform. The new platform will enable refugees to find free housing independently and in line with their individual needs. Wunderflats provides security for both landlords and tenants.

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