Ukraine now needs, above all, medicines, fuel, sanitary and hygienic means, food and technical means.
The Office of the President of Ukraine, together with the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, has developed a large information portal that provides comprehensive information on how to assist Ukraine in humanitarian aid, what steps are needed and how much assistance has already been provided in the regions.
There are also a number of organizations currently working in Ukraine and abroad to gather humanitarian aid. Join us!
Information from the Ukrainian government about all humanitarian aid that comes to Ukraine and the way how every person can join this process.
Ukrainian business owners have opened the volunteer Storage Centre, where humanitarian and medical aid can be sent from all over the world. The center was established by Ukrainian businessmen Andriy Stavnitser, Vladyslav Chechotkin, Natalia Fukleva, Ksenia Yefremova, Anton Pyatygin and Olga Balytska. All humanitarian aid will be delivered to the regions that need it the most in its entirety.
NBU special account for humanitarian aid. Funds from this account will be spent by the Ministry of Social Policy to meet food needs and arrange refugees accommodation; providing them with clothes, shoes and medicines; providing one-time financial assistance.
The whole child population of Ukraine, 7.5 million children, is now at risk as the conflict continues to escalate. Homes, schools, water supplies, and hospitals have been damaged or destroyed. Children have been separated from their families and hundreds of thousands of people have been left without safe water and electricity. Explosives including landmines are a daily threat to children’s lives.
More than 4 million people have already fled Ukraine. The World Food Program (WFP), which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2020, is expanding to 3.15 million through remittances and food distribution, and is preparing to help displaced Ukrainians in refugee-hosting countries.