Not sure about the town, but the locality is "pow. Kamień Koszyrski" - powiat Kamień Koszyrski.
Here's the list of "powiaty" (counties) in 2nd Polish Republic (1918-1939) : https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podzia%C5%82_administracyjny_II_Rzeczypospolitej#Wojew%C3%B3dztwo_poleskie
Current name of the county town is (English spelling) Kamin'-Kashyrs'kyi (Ukr. Камінь-Каширський), quite close to Kovel.
The village name looks like "Wider" to me. I can't find that one on the maps, but there's a https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q4128840 Vyderta (Polish: Wyderta) close by. If the village was a small one (and especially if it had a mostly Polish population), it's not unlikely that it simply disappeared, with people moving away (and with all the other turmoil that happened in Wołyń/Volyn). Someone who can read Ukrainian should be able to help you find a list of existing villages in modern Kamin-Kashyrskyi Raion.
BTW, other parts of handwriting, in Polish:
Zatrudnienie: bez zajęcia (employment: no profession)
Wzrost: średni (height: average)
Twarz: pociągła (face: long)
Włosy: blond (hair colour: blonde)
Oczy: szare (eyes: grey)