Ukraine: Every day 30,000 Ukrainians return home, relief agencies say
Challenge in relief supplies
The UN Humanitarian Aid Agency said in a statement that the significant number of returnees indicates an increase in the number, which will lead to new challenges in providing humanitarian assistance as people need to reintegrate into their communities. Support will be needed to complete. , Or to get help from host communities if their own homes are no longer habitable.
“The situation for those living together #HIV Ukraine is desperate. We are trying to deliver medicine, food and other assistance to those in need but the work is dangerous and the volunteer drivers are risking their lives “- Dimitro Sherembe
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About 125 million people are in need of help in Ukraine, with humanitarian aid agencies reaching about 21 million so far. Ukraine received about 64 percent of the સહાય 1 billion 100 million surprise aid appeal amount.
The devastation of war in the East and South
The war is mainly concentrated in the eastern and southern regions, where lives and property have been severely damaged and humanitarian assistance is desperately needed.
The UN Humanitarian Aid Agency has also reported rocket attacks in central and northern Ukraine.
Ukraine’s Disaster Services also said that landmines would have to be cleared in an area of about three million square kilometers, which is about half the area of the country.
Relief workers died
The UN relief agency said in a recent statement that two rescue workers and five members of their family had been killed in the eastern Donetsk region. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police recruiting center.
The incident may have happened on March 15, but the information was only recently received, as the city had been cut off from the rest for several weeks.
Meanwhile, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has warned that there are urgent food insecurity issues in at least 10 regions, while food shortages are set to increase in the next two months as many areas are beset by war.
Help with farming
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that communities living in rural and remote areas are most affected by food insecurity.
The agency has announced a plan for farmers to sow in their fields, save their livestock and help in grain production.
There are also plans to provide immediate cash assistance to families in very sensitive situations. This includes families headed by women, the elderly and persons with disabilities.
Meanwhile, the UN Relief Coordinating Agency (OCHA) said that according to information received from Russia, more than 783,000 people, including about 1.5 million children, have entered Russia from Ukraine since February 24.
UN Refugee Agency – Recent UNHCR figures indicate that since the beginning of the war, approximately 4.7 million people have fled the country. Apart from them, about 7 million people have been displaced in the country.
Death wave warning
The UN agency dedicated to ending AIDS – UNAIDS – said in a press release on Wednesday that the war in Ukraine has caused great loss of life and property, including health care and supplies.
The chains on which millions of HIV-infected people depend for survival have also been severely disrupted.
The agency says about 2.5 million people in Ukraine are living with HIV and the lack of anti-retroviral therapy and preventive services means a large number of deaths and a resurgence of the AIDS epidemic in the country.
Important for life-saving services to continue – community-based support services urgently need international support.
About 40 health services, which provided HIV treatment, prevention and care services until the pre-war period, are now closed and there are various levels of disruption elsewhere.
World Health Organization The World Health Organization (WHO) has confirmed more than 100 attacks on health services in Ukraine, while supply routes in the country have also been badly damaged.