This week, work is underway at 5 Jewish cemeteries across Central and Eastern Europe including the Novi Kovna, Yabluniv and Zinkiv Jewish cemeteries in Ukraine, the Seroczyn Jewish cemetery in Poland as well as the Cernik Jewish cemetery in Croatia, which will be the ESJF’s first fencing project in the country!
We look forward to the completion of this work as well as the start of two more projects in Zakarpattya, Ukraine (Loza and Klyachanovo) over the next weeks. A big thanks to the ESJF team and our partners for their hard work over the summer months.
Work at these sites has been made possible through generous funding from the Auswärtiges Amt Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany.
Photo: Seroczyn Jewish cemetery, Poland.