The UN and its partners are asking for $5.6B to help victims of Russia’s war against Ukraine.
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and the UN Refugee Agency jointly appealed for $5.6B to ease the plight of millions of people affected by the war. The Humanitarian Response Plan for Ukraine, bringing together more than 650 partners, the majority of them Ukrainian organizations, calls for $3.9B to reach 11.1 million people with food, health care, cash, and other life-saving assistance. The Refugee Response Plan for refugees from Ukraine appeals for $1.7B. The plan includes ten refugee host countries, namely Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia, with some 250 partners, more than half of whom are national partners. These funds will help 4.2 million Ukrainian refugees and communities in the countries hosting them.