Ukraine Emergency Situation Report #14 - 12 December 2022

Resource date: Dec 2022

Publisher: UNFPA EECA


The ongoing war in Ukraine continues to take a toll on the lives of an estimated 14.5 million people in need of health assistance and an estimated 11.5 million people requiring protection assistance and services inside Ukraine. There is a need for psychosocial support for the affected population, including those in areas where the Government of Ukraine regained control, who witnessed or experienced numerous human rights violations and ongoing hostilities.

Ukraine saw this season’s first snow in November, just days after new attacks on energy infrastructure caused widespread blackouts and disruption of heating and water supplies. UNFPA is working with partners to scale-up the delivery of essential services for women and girls in most regions of Ukraine and in neighboring countries as the humanitarian situation may further deteriorate as winter is setting in.

More than 5,300 people have received information, referral and psychosocial support in four survivor relief centers since they were established across Ukraine in July 2022.

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