Since 24 February 2022, one-third of Ukrainians have been forced from their homes. This is the largest human displacement crisis in the world today. Millions of people have been displaced and millions have been stranded in affected areas or unable to leave due to heightened security risks, destruction of bridges and roads, as well as lack of resources or information on where to find safety and accommodation. Attacks on civilian populated areas and civilian infrastructure continue, endangering people’s lives and access to basic services. We provide direct and immediate medical and humanitarian aid to assist with rescue and relief operations and help the stranded and the displaced regain a much-needed sense of normalcy and respite.
1.6 mln Ukrainians have become internal migrants or internally displaced persons (IDPs), which is equal to the population of Vienna.
228,049 of IDPs are children.
February 2014 – February 2022 before the full-scale invasion
At least 12 million people have fled their homes.
13 million people are estimated to be stranded in affected areas.
7 million people have been displaced internally within Ukraine.
1.6 million Ukrainian citizens, were deported from their homes to Russia – often to isolated regions in the Far East.
260,000 among the deported are children.
Since 24 February 2022 after the full-scale invasion
British-Ukrainian Aid supports people suffering from the war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, including the injured and wounded, orphaned children, the elderly, internally displaced persons, refugees and families who have lost their main earners.
British-Ukrainian Aid is a Charity Registered in England and Wales 1164472
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