CARE and our partners are reaching people with urgent aid
More than 6 million people have fled their homes in Ukraine, leaving behind jobs, belongings and loved ones. CARE is especially concerned about the safety of women and girls, who are particularly at risk in an active conflict situation like this, including from violence and sexual exploitation.
CARE and our partners are providing aid in Ukraine, Poland, Romania, Germany and Georgia.
How CARE is responding
CARE and partners have reached nearly one million people affected by the crisis since February 2022. Your donation could help us to provide:
- Cash assistance
- Emergency food
- Safe water and sanitation
- Health services
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