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Ukraine

OCHA - Ukraine: Situation Report - Highlights (18 February 2019)

  • US$162 million needed to provide aid to 2.3 million people: Humanitarians launch 2019 response plan
  • Civilian casualties due to the conflict go down in 2018, but one is still too many
  • Sharp increase in casualties among water workers in the last 12 months – more than the two previous years
  • Over 700,000 children and teachers in more than 3,500 education facilities need humanitarian assistance
  • Despite challenges with limited funds, humanitarians mounted a collective response

Key Figures

  • People in Need

    3,500,000 3% increase since 30 Sep 2018

    Source: OCHA
  • People Targeted for Assistance

    2,300,000 No change since 30 Sep 2018

    Source: OCHA
  • Children in Need

    500,000 No change since 2 Jan 2018

    Source: UNICEF
  • Conflict-related Civilian Casualties (Killed and Injured per month)

    18 50% increase since 3 Oct 2018

    Source: OHCHR
  • Conflict-related Civilians Killed per month

    3 50% increase since 16 Jan 2019

    Source: OHCHR
  • Conflict-related Civilian Injuries per month

    13 117% increase since 3 Oct 2018

    Source: OHCHR