Generous Australians have helped to provide over 1.6 million children and adults with life-saving aid since conflict in Ukraine escalated on 24 February 2022.
Donors like you around the world have supported the most vulnerable in Ukraine – and in neighbouring Romania, Moldova and Georgia – with cash, food and shelter assistance, child protection and education services.
Two years of unrelenting war have brought unimaginable suffering to Ukrainian children and their families. Millions have fled their homes. And those who remain live with the daily threat of airstrikes, surrounded by death, destruction and deprivation. Please keep helping the children of Ukraine.
A young mother (right) talks with a World Vision team member in the ruins of her home in Borodyanka district, outside Ukraine’s capital Kyiv.
Cities and towns across Ukraine are littered with destruction, with many homes now uninhabitable.
With your support, children like Maria have opportunities to take part in art therapy and other activities that help them cope mentally and emotionally with the challenges of they are facing.
Since the conflict began, donations like yours have helped to provide over 300,000 people with essentials including, food, shelter supplies, hygiene kits, and cash and vouchers.
World Vision worked with local partners to run summer camps for children affected by the conflict in western Ukraine.
Krystyna and her baby Elonora are among thousands of displaced people receiving ongoing care and support from World Vision and local partner organisations.