It has been already a month since Russia had started the war against Ukraine. Many children are forced to live in basements, subway stations, have limited access to drinking water and food and do not have access to medical care. A significant number of children have already come under shelling, become hostages of the Russian military, were seriously injured, more than a hundred died.
We have analyzed the key problems and needs of children in different situations of war.
Together with our colleagues from the Kharkiv Institute for Social Research, we have prepared a report that analyzed the current situation and provided recommendations that could help in solving the problems and meeting the requirements of children in displacement, occupation, active combat areas, and institutional care facilities.