By Aron Flasher | Managing Director, Corporate & Fdn. Partnerships
Displaced Ukrainian Families
Current Situation: Just over 6 million people have now fled Ukraine, and 8 million people have been displaced internally within Ukraine, and a further 13 million stranded inside the country due to heightened security risks, damage to railways and other infrastructure The humanitarian needs are enormous as millions find themselves with limited access to basic services like water, sanitation, healthcare and shelter As the conflict continues, people are feeling uncertain and afraid, with every day bringing new challenges There is a growing sense of uncertainty among those who have fled over whether to start to rebuild and settle or plan to go back home.
Action Against Hunger Response as of May 19, 2022:
485,809 beneficiaries in Ukraine, Moldova, Poland and Romania
Almost half of the communities we are reaching are in Ukraine (44%), while we continue to
operate on the borders: Moldova (37%), Poland (9%) and Romania (9%).
Major focus on WASH (45% of programs); followed by Mental Health and Protection activities (31%), Health and Nutrition (13%) and Cash Assistance (11%).
Distributing hygiene kits to displaced families in Ukraine, as well as helping to restore water networks and infrastructure
Supporting refugees in neighbouring countries who are either in transit or living in temporary accommodation centres In Poland and Romania for example, we are distributing hygiene kits at transit centres
In Moldova we are installing, maintaining and cleaning latrines at border crossing points, as well as providing waste management support
Mental Health & Protection
Providing psychological first aid training for volunteers, including self care and stress management
Creating and running baby friendly spaces, which offer a safe space for women and children to promote appropriate care practices, integrating nutrition support wherever necessary
Ensuring staff and volunteers can respond appropriately and confidentially to survivors of gender based violence
Providing direct cash assistance to families so they can cover basic needs, selected through a community orientation and referral system
Health & Nutrition
Supporting mobile health clinics at primary healthcare centres in Kharkiv and Dnipro, as well as supporting pharmacies and providing medical supplies
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