Ukraine Emergency Situation Report #15 - 13 January 2023

Resource date: Jan 2023

Publisher: UNFPA EECA


Ukraine experienced escalating attacks across the country in the last month of 2022, damaging the power infrastructure, reducing access to heat and water, limiting the movement of civilians, and affecting the ability of Ukrainians to seek critical services.

During December 2022 across the region and in Ukraine, UNFPA reached more than one million people with information and services for gender-based violence and more than 8,000 people with counseling and other services for mental health and psychosocial support. Over 10,000 dignity kits were distributed to women and girls ensuring access to menstrual and hygiene items and warm clothing to combat the winter cold. Services at 33 UNFPA safe spaces and women-friendly spaces continue for Ukrainians still living in their communities, displaced to other communities, and those who have left Ukraine. A total of 119 mobile units reached people in need with sexual and reproductive health (SRH), GBV and mental health and psychosocial support across Ukraine and Moldova. 

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