Damaged buildings in Chernihiv

War in Ukraine

In late February 2022, attacks by Russian forces on multiple cities in Ukraine have since led 5.8 million people to become refugees across Europe.

As war has spread throughout Ukraine, people have fled the country. Our teams in Ukraine have had to suspend our usual medical activities.

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

 
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
 
Doctors on Rails - MSF Medicalised train in Ukraine
War in Ukraine

No mercy for civilians - accounts from the MSF medical train

Report 22 Jun 2022
 
Doctors on Rails - MSF Medicalised train in Ukraine
War in Ukraine

Data and patient accounts reveal “no mercy” for civilians in Ukraine war

Press Release 22 Jun 2022
 
Mental health issues across Ukraine
War in Ukraine

Mental health needs grow in Ukraine after 100 days of war

Project Update 2 Jun 2022
 
Ukraine – supporting healthcare in Hostomel - Alexander Glyadyelov 06
Photo Story

Working with local medical staff to provide care in Hostomel

13 May 2022
Photo Story
 
MSF Mobile Clinics in Kharkiv Metro
War in Ukraine

Witnessing despair and resilience among people sheltering in Kharkiv’s metro

Voices from the Field 15 Apr 2022
 
Third medical referral train
War in Ukraine

Finding our most useful role in our response in and around Ukraine

Project Update 11 Apr 2022
 
Eastern Ukraine Mobile Clinics - Vodiane Village
War in Ukraine

Area around hospitals, houses, bombed in Mykolaiv

Press Release 5 Apr 2022
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3 June 2022