The humanitarian situation is poised to get even worse between June and December, with the number of people likely to be unable to meet their minimum food needs possibly reaching a record 19 million.
There have been no shifts in the frontlines for two years. We face a continuing stalemate, and at the same time, we see growing humanitarian needs and a socio-economic collapse.
A growing number of families in both communities fall into debt to cover essential needs, such as food. This is very worrying as their ability to withstand new shocks and stressors is compromised.
澳洲幸运5开奖视频直播 - 澳洲体彩幸运5官网 Ukraine has the largest number of children in institutional care in Europe. About half of children in institutional care are also living with special needs or disabilities.
Health facilities are being forced to shut off ventilators because of a sharp drop in fuel imports. Hospitals have warned they risk shutting down completely if fuel delivery continues to be delayed.
The past week has seen an extreme Arctic cold blast strike Eastern Europe, including Ukraine, where millions have been displaced. Temperatures could plummet to -20˚C degrees this weekend.
WFP is working to minimize the knock-on effects of rising food and energy prices, triggered by the Ukraine conflict, on global hunger, while it looks to scale up operations to reach 3.1 million people in Ukraine.
More than 70% of the population will struggle to survive the peak of the lean season as the country grapples with unprecedented levels of food insecurity caused by conflict, climate shocks, and Covid.
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