Help, Health & Hope for Ukraine
It has been one year since the war in Ukraine began. World Hope International was ready to respond to the need by supplying trauma first aid kits, medical supplies, anti-trafficking training and individual water filters for quick access to clean water.
The Crisis Continues
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022 continues to profoundly impact the lives of people across the country at various levels. The frontline is constantly shifting, and there are areas controlled by Russian forces as well as cities under siege. Aerial attacks on military installations and critical civilian infrastructures are taking place throughout Ukraine, often resulting in civilian casualties.
The invasion has resulted in the displacement of nearly 8 million Ukrainian refugees across Europe. Moldova has registered over 721,000 border crossings from Ukraine since February of 2021, as those displaced make their way through Moldova to other countries. There are currently 102,283 Ukrainian refugees registered in Moldova. Another 6.4 million people are estimated to be displaced within Ukraine itself.
The conflict has caused the largest population movement in Europe since World War II. By October 2022, OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs) numbers 17.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance.
World Hope has responded since the conflict began, but the need remains. Your support will allow us to continue working with our partners to bring help, hope and healing to Ukrainian refugees in Moldova and be ready to answer wherever the call to help is sounded.
World Hope: Alleviating suffering in times of crisis.
In partnership with other organizations, WHI responded quickly to refugees’ needs.
Your generosity allows World Hope International to be ready to respond in times of crisis. Clean water, healthcare, and helping keep people safe are fundamental to our response efforts.
Your donation to the Hope Fund helps World Hope respond as we continue the work in Ukraine and across the globe.
WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) supplies were distributed to 4,800 families through partner Mission Eurasia, impacting an estimated 14,400 people.
refugees were provided medical supplies in Moldova
Ukrainian from the Odesa region were evacuated Moldova
dollars’ worth of medical supplies delivered through the Moldova Ministry of Health
portable power stations & 3 generators distributed across Kherson and frontline areas
people using stations and generators to power electricity and internet access
Pavel’s Journey to Safety
As the World Hope team distributed food and supplies to newly arrived refugees in northern Moldova, they met Pavel* and heard a first-hand account of his harrowing trek.
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The need to respond is as critical today as it was a year ago.
*(Name has been changed to protect his identity)
Keeping Refugees Safe in Times of Displacement
While refugees are seeking asylum and safe refuge, risk of human trafficking increases in this type of crisis. Learn how WHI is working to help keep refugees safe.
Finding Hope in Ukraine
We are working to ensure that basic needs are being met and that those who have fled Ukraine and those who have stayed behind have access to help and hope.
WHI Partners With My Medic™ to Donate Individual First Aid Kits to Ukrainian First Responders
Learn how World Hope has partnered with My Medic™ to supply 3,000 first aid kits, to emergency first responders in Ukraine.
Help, Health & Hope for Ukraine
“Access to medical supplies through World Hope International has allowed the Moldova Ministry of Health to respond to the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis without significant delays.”
Your gift today to the Hope Fund helps World Hope respond in times of crisis: in Moldova, Ukraine and across the globe.