refugees helped through partners and Emergency Case Management services
“…one of the fastest large-scale displacements of children since World War II – a grim milestone that could have lasting consequences for generations to come.”
Childhood is at Risk in Ukraine
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is creating a humanitarian disaster as refugees flee to Moldova and already vulnerable kids and families brace for what is to come.
For over 20 years, we’ve fought poverty and upheld children’s rights across Eastern Europe.
How we are helping right now:
Providing critical supplies to families like food, water, power, etc.
Equipping local case managers to provide long-term support to those in need.
Developing an emergency plan to evacuate families from the region.
Advising shelters and caregivers on the best way to care for children in an emergency.
July 21, 2022
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Feeding families during the crisis.
May 25, 2022
Providing blankets and pillows
Our team in Moldova continues helping refugees by delivering food and hygiene items and providing counseling. We also provided blankets and pillows to a shelter housing 26 children and over 60 adults from Ukraine.
May 17, 2022
Refugee kids from Ukraine
This week, we visited with children from Ukraine at a refugee center. These kids are among the 46,000+ children from Ukraine seeking refuge in Moldova.
April 30, 2022
War in Ukraine is now closer to Moldova
The war in Ukraine is now closer to Moldova after this week’s explosions in Transnistria. All staff and children in our programs are safe and we are doing everything we can to support them.
April 13, 2022
$330,000 helping refugees
We are on the ground in Moldova helping women and children in need of safety and support. $330,000 has been spent to date to help Ukrainian refugees in Moldova.
Can you provide emergency relief to Ukrainian refugees?