Ukrainian refugees arrive in Poland ‘in a state of distress and anxiety’

With more than 3.5 million people having fled to Poland since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on 24 February, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, continues to scale up its operations to provide aid to arrivals, the agency’s spokesperson said on Friday.

30,000 Ukrainians returning home every day, say relief agencies

14 Apr 2022

More than 870,000 people who fled abroad since the Russian invasion on 24 February, have now returned to Ukraine, UN humanitarians said in their latest emergency update, amid concerns about deteriorating food security inside the country.


Ukraine: ‘Calling it a crisis seems so insignificant compared to everyday reality on the ground’: A UN Resident Coordinator blog

24 Feb 2023

February 24, 2023 marks a year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The people of Ukraine remain resilient a year since Russia’s 24 February invasion but “humanitarian aid is as necessary as ever,” according to the UN’s most senior official in the country.


Ukraine: UN labour agency update shows 4.8 million jobs lost to war

11 May 2022

An estimated 4.8 million jobs have been lost in Ukraine since Russia’s 24 February invasion, according to a brief published on Wednesday by the UN’s labour agency.