Ukrainians Lack Emergency Humanitarian Aid Funding, Medical Supplies In ‘Forgotten’ Crisis, U.N. Official Says

IRIN: Forgotten Ukrainians feel the bite of winter food cuts
“As winter tightens its grip on war-torn eastern Ukraine, hundreds of thousands of people are struggling to put food on the table due to a lack of funding for emergency humanitarian aid…” (Bociurkiw, 3/2).

Reuters: Ukrainian doctor struggles with lack of resources
“Family doctor Dmitriy Rozumiy struggles to bridge the gap between what his patients in rural Ukraine need and what the country’s cash-strapped health care system can provide…” (Garanich, 3/8).

U.N. News: Ukraine crisis ‘forgotten by the world,’ senior U.N. relief official says, urging greater global support
“With 4.4 million people in Ukraine soon to enter a fifth year of conflict, the international community has an important role to play in supporting conflict resolution and bringing about lasting peace — the only durable humanitarian solution for the affected population, a senior United Nations official has said…” (3/1).

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