article / March 29, 2023
Over 31,000 people provided with cash assistance and winter kits for Ukraine’s cold seasons
According to the UNOCHA report, 5.4 million are internally displaced out of the 17.7 million in dire need of humanitarian assistance. Over eight million Ukrainians fled the country to neighboring countries like Moldova, Romania and Poland, among many others.
article / March 27, 2023
Ukraine’s elderly refugees in Moldova struggle with their new environment as war at home continues
As part of the Integrated emergency Services for Ukrainian Refugees in Moldova Project being implemented by HelpAge, supported by Global Affairs Canada (GAC), Natalia, Ivan, and dozens of other elderly refugees received eyeglasses, glucose and blood pressure monitors, and hygiene packs.
publication / March 11, 2023
Double Affectation in Unaccompanied and/or Separated Refugee and Migrant Children and Adolescents from Venezuela
This report describes, at a regional level, the impacts of double affectation on unaccompanied and/or separated refugee and migrant children and adolescents from Venezuela, taking as a case study three countries with a large flow of Venezuelan population: Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador, with emphasis on the border territories.
article / March 24, 2023
Displaced by two wars, Nataliia is on a humanitarian mission to help fellow Ukrainians
As Cash and Voucher Programming Coordinator, Nataliia’s tasks include creating distribution plans, providing information, selection, registration, and other related support for the people who avail of the assistance made possible by the funding from the Netherlands’ GIRO555, Global Affairs Canada (HEA), and Disaster Emergency Committee (DEC).
article / March 6, 2023
Pregnancy, motherhood, war, and bravery: Kateryna’s journey from Ukraine to Moldova
In Moldova, World Vision responded to the needs of 56,098 people in 32 districts, partnering with the World Food Programme (WFP), Communitas, Food Bank, Step by Step, HelpAge, and AVE Copiii.
article / March 10, 2023
In the midst of war, Ukrainian women are stronger than ever: “We won't put our lives on hold”
The toddler day care center is run by Step by Step, World Vision’s local partner, with the support of World Vision Korea.
publication / January 24, 2023
Regional Profile: World Vision Middle East Eastern Europe, 2022
Middle East and Eastern Europe Regional Profile 2022
article / March 28, 2023
N50 Portable Connectivity Center plays vital role to humanitarian projects for Ukrainian refugees in Romania
World Vision has partnered with Romania’s Direcţia Generală de Asistenţă Socială a Municipiului Bucureşti, Ștefan cel Mare University and Brasov General Directorate of Social Assistance and Child Protection. Two additional PCC were set up and soon will be operational in Valcea.
article / March 25, 2023
Displaced Ukrainians see huge need for mental health and psychosocial support
The mental health and psychological support activities that HealthRight and World Vision provide were made possible through the generous support of ACTED, USAID’s Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance (BHA) and Ukraine Response Consortium.