After three weeks of intense armed conflict in Ukraine, the most affected populations remain isolated from humanitarian aid.Read more
Benjamin provides a video update from Dnipro, where our specialists are at hospitals treating injured people arriving from cities experiencing heavy bombing.Read more
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More than 2 million people have fled Ukraine in the past two weeks. Photographer Tom Nicholson captured photos and stories of refugees crossing the border in Medyka, Poland.Read more
As Humanity & Inclusion continues its assessment of humanitarian needs in Ukraine, refugees in neighboring countries are living in harsh conditions with little access to information.Read more
Humanity & Inclusion's emergency specialist team is present in Ukraine, continuing to assess needs there and in neighboring countries.Read more
Update from Romania: Humanity & Inclusion's emergency experts provide an update on the needs they are seeing as displaced Ukrainians flee their country.Read more
13 million people are displaced within Ukraine and surrounding countries. Heavy bombings are destroying homes, hospitals, schools—and have killed or injured more than 17,800 civilians (UN official numbers). We know that many deaths and injuries have not yet been recorded. Humanitarian needs are acute.
Humanity & Inclusion's emergency response is underway. Teams in Ukraine & Moldova include experts in rehabilitation, logistics, mental health and psychosocial support, basic needs, and the inclusion of persons with disabilities and older people.
In addition to providing specialized rehabilitation services, psychosocial support and cash distribution, among other initiatives, Humanity & Inclusion is distributing assistive mobility devices such as wheelchairs, canes and walkers. A mobile mental health team is visiting centers housing displaced people. Humanity & Inclusion is working alongside fellow actors responding to the emergency to help implement inclusive humanitarian aid and ensure that populations experiencing the most vulnerability can access vital resources.
In Lviv, our rehabilitation specialists are caring burn victims and patients requiring amputations, as well as training physical therapists on treating conflict-related injuries. In eastern Ukraine, where the needs are greatest, our teams are distributing mobility devices and hygiene supplies.