Find out what Drives the People Behind USAID’s Ukraine Humanitarian Response

In Kyiv, Ukraine, a girl looks at the crater left by an explosion in front of an apartment building which was heavily damaged during escalating conflict. Photo: Anton Skyba / UNICEF

Rachel Sayre, Deputy DART Leader

USAID airlifted 400 metric tons of relief supplies for the people of Ukraine, including thermal blankets. Some of them have made it into the hands of people seeking refuge at shelters in western Ukraine. / Photos: IOM

Phil Price, DART Planning Coordinator

Members of USAID’s Ukraine Disaster Assistance Response Team–comprising more than 25 people in five countries — have been working around the clock, seven days a week to ramp up assistance. / Photo: Scott Fontaine, USAID

Kiley Shields, DART Information Coordinator

Cara McGrath, Outreach Coordinator

More than 6.5 million are internally displaced within Ukraine, and more than four million people have fled to neighboring countries since Russia invaded on February 24, 2022. Photo: Louisa Gouliamaki / AFP



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