Psychological Effects of the Ukrainian War
As the conflict in eastern Ukraine continued into its second year, attempts to find a political solution made little progress, and those living along the frontline bore the brunt of the violence.

We continue to run mobile clinics along the frontline, and increased psychological and medical support to people living in the areas controlled by the Ukrainian government, including those who had been displaced. 

Our psychologists work in the southern part of the conflict zone, providing consultations for patients suffering from acute or chronic stress.

We also ensure continuity of care for people suffering from chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, as the conflict has interrupted their access to drugs and medical services.

We support and treat prisoners with DR-TB in pre-detention centres in Mariupol and Bakhmut and in the penal colony in Dnipro. In addition to medical care, we provide psychosocial assistance to support patients through the difficult treatment regimen.

 
Providing care in Donetsk area
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Living with loneliness and trauma

9 Oct 2018
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Out of Darkness- fighting Hepatitis C
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Out of Darkness: Fighting Hepatitis C in Ukraine

27 Jul 2018
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Medical and mental health in Ukraine
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Caring for villagers trapped near frontlines in Opytne

Project Update 5 Jan 2018
 
Mykolaiv Project
Ukraine

People co-infected with HIV to receive hepatitis C treatment in Mykolaiv region

Press Release 1 Dec 2017
 
East Ukraine- October 2017
Ukraine

MSF launches new mobile health clinic in eastern Ukraine

Press Release 21 Sep 2017
 
MSF-supported hospital in northern Syria destroyed in attack
Attacks on medical care

Hospital bombings: Building evidence with images

Project Update 15 Feb 2017