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Ukraine Crisis: Multisector Needs Assessment
To help guide humanitarian programming in the Eastern parts of Ukraine, the Joint Emergency Response in Ukraine (JERU), a joint mission consisting of Welthungerhilfe (WHH), Concern Worldwide, and CESVI, as well as other partners such as MDM, People in Need and Light of Hope undertook a multi-sectoral needs assessment in Poltavska, Kirovohradska, Sumska, Dnipropetrovska, and Kharkivska oblasts. This report summarises the key findings.
The humanitarian situation in Ukraine remains dire with few signs of improvement as war continues in the eastern and southern regions of the country. Significant numbers of people continue to be displaced from the shifting front lines, with the total number of internally displaced individuals currently at 6.54 million as of October 2022. Most of those newly displaced tend to seek refuge in nearby oblasts (administrative divisions) in eastern Ukraine rather than the west of the country where living costs are much higher.