Ukraine

OCHA - Situation Report - Highlights ()

  • Eastern Ukraine remains the centre of hostilities, while airstrikes and missile attacks continue to be reported in multiple oblasts in Ukraine.
  • Humanitarian conditions deteriorate while needs grow, primarily in southern and eastern Ukraine, with wide-scale disruptions to electricity, gas and water supplies.
  • Municipal authorities and the World Health Organization warn of the potential outbreak of diseases, including cholera, in Mariupol due to unsanitary conditions.
  • As of 12 May, the UN and humanitarian partners have reached over 6.4 million people in need across Ukraine.
  • Over 5.7 million people received food assistance and 1.5 million health-related support from the UN and humanitarian partners since 24 February.
People affected by the recent fighting in the village of Novoselivka, north of Ukraine, are standing next to a humanitarian aid distribution point. 12 April 2022. Novoselivka village, north of Chernihiv, Chernihivska oblast, Ukraine. Photo credit: OCHA/Serhii Korovayny

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Ukraine: Situation Report, 19 May 2022

HIGHLIGHTS Eastern Ukraine remains the centre of hostilities, while airstrikes and missile attacks continue to be reported in multiple oblasts in Ukraine. Humanitarian conditions deteriorate while...

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  • Ukrainian Refugees since 24 Feb 2022

    6,552,971 1% increase since 21 May 2022

    Source: UNHCR
  • Civilians Killed since 24 Feb 2022

    3,930 2% increase since 19 May 2022

    Source: OHCHR
  • Civilians Injured since 24 Feb 2022

    4,532 4% increase since 19 May 2022

    Source: OHCHR
  • Civilian Casualties since 24 Feb 2022 (killed & injured)

    8,462 3% increase since 19 May 2022

    Source: OHCHR
  • Ukrainians Entering Ukraine (since 28 Feb 2022)

    2,048,500

    Source: UNHCR
  • Ukrainian Refugees in Poland

    3,505,890

    Source: UNHCR

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