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17 Jan 2018 description
An expanding outbreak that affected over 3, 000 people and claimed the lives of 5 children and adults in 2017 continues to spread, with new cases being reported in all oblasts and Kyiv.
15 Jan 2018 description
Millions in eastern Ukraine continue living at daily risk of shelling and intensive fighting. US$187 million is needed to reach them with critical assistance and protection support.
10 Jan 2018 description
For a fourth year, thousands of civilians along the frontlines in eastern Ukraine face not only continued hostilities, but also shortages of many basics. Their situation has become worse during the winter.
05 Jan 2018 description
Without transportation and isolated by poor weather, the villagers, mostly elderly people, have no choice but to live with the constant stress of the conflict in the region.
21 Dec 2017 description
report UN Children's Fund
Available data from January to November this year show on average one conflict-related child casualty a week along eastern Ukraine's contact line.
19 Dec 2017 description
IOM will deliver coal to 3,800 vulnerable low-income families in Donetsk NGCA, including the elderly, disabled, single-headed households and families with three or more children.
13 Dec 2017 description
Framed around the Agenda for Humanity, the report presents global and country-level data-and-trend analysis about humanitarian crises and assistance.
12 Dec 2017 description
Armed hostilities are on the rise again with more deaths and new damages to critical water infrastructure storing dangerous chemicals - posing a grave threat to human life and the environment.
04 Dec 2017 description
After four years of conflict, peoples’ savings and reserves are exhausted, and those in most need are being forced to stretch already limited resources or simply to go without.
01 Dec 2017 description
About 136 million people across the world need humanitarian aid and protection due to protracted conflicts, disasters, epidemics and displacement. This funding will target 91 million of the most vulnerable.
28 Nov 2017 description
Millions of people in eastern Ukraine are facing into a fourth winter of discontent. Many conflict-affected communities remain cut off from markets, social services, housing and jobs.
24 Nov 2017 description
report IRIN
More than three years after the Minsk agreements, both the peace process and the conflict appear deadlocked, and millions of Ukrainians are digging in for yet another hard winter.
20 Nov 2017 description
In 2017, the EU dedicated 6% of its annual aid budget to education in emergencies, one of the most underfunded sectors of humanitarian aid. In 2018, this will increase to 8%.
08 Nov 2017 description
As winter approaches, any disruption of essential services, such as water and heating, amid freezing temperatures, could have grave consequences for millions of Ukrainians.
24 Oct 2017 description
The main challenges for aid organizations are providing assistance to more than 1.5 million registered IDPs and accessing those in need living on the other side of contact line.
13 Oct 2017 description
In the east, millions of people are without basic supplies and are unable to move freely to access critical services. The dire situation requires urgent humanitarian funding.
25 Sep 2017 description
The situation has significantly deteriorated under Russian occupation, with “multiple and grave violations” committed by Russian state agents, according to the UN human rights office.
25 Sep 2017 description
The conflict in Ukraine has cost more than 10,000 lives and damaged at least 700 schools, including 55 this year. But one class has started the new school year dreaming of peace.
08 Sep 2017 description
Many Ukrainians have lost their payments due to issues related to verification of their status as internally displaced persons and of their actual place of residence.
11 Aug 2017 description
Nearly 1.6 million internally displaced Ukrainians struggle to find safety, adequate housing and access to employment. Safety and security remain major concerns for nearly 800,000 people living near the Line of Contact.