Damaged buildings in Chernihiv

War in Ukraine

In late February 2022, attacks by Russian forces on multiple cities in Ukraine have since led 7.8 million people to become refugees across Europe.

As war has spread throughout Ukraine, people have fled to neighbouring countries and beyond, while over 6.5 million people remain displaced in Ukraine. 

We are running emergency response activities in Ukraine and in neighbouring countries. In addition to Ukraine, we have teams responding in Belarus, Russia and Poland.

 
MSF mobile clinics in the scene of the Dnipro attack
Ukraine

MSF helps survivors of Dnipro blast

Project Update 16 Jan 2023
 
Patients waiting for MSF mobile clinic primary and mental health care consultations
Ukraine

Absence of medical care for the elderly caught between the frontlines

Project Update 2 Dec 2022
 
Physiotherapy in Kyiv
War in Ukraine

Providing physiotherapy for the war-wounded in Ukraine

Project Update 4 Nov 2022
 
Zaporizhzhia
Ukraine

Providing care to displaced people in Dnipro and Zaporizhzhia

Project Update 20 Oct 2022
 
MSF evacuation train in Kyiv
Ukraine

Over 200 psychiatric patients evacuated from overcrowded hospital in Kharkiv

Project Update 29 Sep 2022
 
Humanitarian Action’s Dr Olga talking to the patients
Russia

Supporting people displaced by the conflict in Ukraine to Russia

Project Update 20 Sep 2022
 
Malnutrition emergency: mobile clinic in Ranobe
War in Ukraine

MSF’s International President starts a visit to Ukraine with the aim to expand our medical support to new areas

Statement 7 Sep 2022
 
In Ukraine, MSF Works in Partnership with Local Groups
Ukraine

“Together we can do so much more”: Partnering with local organisations in Kharkiv and throughout Ukraine

Project Update 18 Jul 2022
 
MSF mobile healthcare supports a rural town in Ukraine
Ukraine

Supporting healthcare in a rural town in Ukraine

Project Update 8 Jul 2022
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3 June 2022