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As 2018 begins, Ukraine still faces a dire humanitarian situation. Millions are forced to make impossible choices as a result of the protracted war in the East. Head of UN OCHA Ingrid Macdonald talks about the personal stories of unending struggle, the humanitarian priorities and the prospects for the upcoming year.
In December 2017, the United Nations (UN) Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator launched the 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP), which aims to provide critical humanitarian assistance and protection to 2.3 million people in need throughout 2018.
Kiev, Ukraine, 25 February 2014
As the Secretary-General has noted in his statement yesterday, he has dispatched me to Kiev as his Senior Advisor to assure all citizens of Ukraine of the support of the United Nations and to also convey that he expects all key international actors to work collaboratively to help Ukraine at this challenging time in the country's history.