Skip to content

Indian origin schoolboy extends help to Ukrainian war-hit children

The teenager shares glimpses of his humanitarian work frequently on Twitter.

Milan Kumar during his humanitarian journey (Image - Twitter /@MilanKumar2012) 

Prior to the first anniversary of Russia-Ukraine conflict, a 10-year-old boy of Indian descent, Milan Paul Kumar, traveled to Krakow city in Poland, with his parents to deliver books and other stationery items he collected in the UK for Ukrainian youngsters displaced by Russia's invasion.

When in Krakow, the Consulate General of Ukraine, invited Kumar to visit the Ukrainian Consulate. His humanitarian mission has been backed by several organizations, including the Tesco Staff and National Literacy Trust.

This post is for paying subscribers only


Already have an account? Log in