On February 24, Russia attacked Ukraine, bombing several cities and launching a ground invasion of the country.

The unthinkable has happened: war has returned to the borders of Europe, raising a wave of indignation and concern, as well as condemnations and heavy sanctions against the regime of Vladimir Putin by many countries, especially in the West.

How to help the people of Ukraine

These organizations include


UNICEF supports health, nutrition, HIV prevention, education, safe drinking water, sanitation and protection for children and families caught in the conflict in Ukraine.

“Heavy weapons fire along the line of contact has already damaged critical water infrastructure and education facilities in recent days,” said UNICEF Executive Director Catherine M. Russell in a statement.

Médecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders

MSF runs a range of activities in Ukraine working with local volunteers, organizations, health care professionals and authorities to help people travel to health care facilities and access prescribed medications.

Voices of Children

The Ukrainian organization’s Charitable Foundation helps provide psychological and psychosocial support to children affected by the armed conflict, according to its website.

Voices of Children’s efforts of support for kids include art therapy, video storytelling, providing mobile psychologists and even individual help for families.

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