But as the fighting continues, access to essential services, food and water is under threat. Children across the country are in desperate need of safety and protection.
UNICEF remains on the ground in Ukraine to protect children and families. Since the beginning of the war in late February, our teams have reached:
Nearly two-thirds of all Ukrainian children have been displaced. They have been forced to leave everything behind: their homes, schools, and often, their family. UNICEF estimates that more than 2 million refugees are children. Many separated or unaccompanied, putting them at risk of abuse and exploitation.
UNICEF's support stretches across the borders, where are working with partners to set up more Blue Dots safe spaces to protect children and families on the move.