The humanitarian crisis


27.2 million

people in need affected by the crisis1


5.9 million

refugees from Ukraine recorded across Europe2



civilian casualties2


3.67 million

people internally displaced (within Ukraine)2

Sources: 1 IFRC report, 2023. 2 UN Ukraine report, 2023.

A frontline response

  • Relief provided to 17.9 million people.
  • Cash assistance and grants worth CHF 310 million provided to 1.9 million people affected by the conflict.
  • Access to clean water for 15.3 million people.
  • Health assistance provided to 1.3 million people.
  • Accommodation and shelter services for 2.2 million people.

Figures are combined from IFRC and ICRC operations.

Teams work tirelessly as conflict continues

As Ukraine enters its third year of conflict, people from across the Movement continue to provide people with the help they need.

The URCS Rapid Response team is active in conflict zones, offering immediate lifesaving aid- ranging from first aid to debris clearing, shelter, and food. Meanwhile, Red Cross teams worldwide welcome displaced people from Ukraine with safe housing, grants, and invaluable psychosocial support.

Magnitude of refugees and Internally Displaced People (IDPs)

Ukraine & impacted countries crisis

Source: IFRC Operations Update #9


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