IAWG members are addressing sexual and reproductive rights during COVID-19 humanitarian response. Read More>>


  • 3/7/2022


The war in Ukraine has continued to escalate throughout 2023, with relentless strikes and ground fighting destroying lives, livelihoods and part of the country’s civilian infrastructure to generate rising humanitarian need. Since the Russian invasion on 24 February 2022, over 5.1 million people are currently internally displaced and massive destruction has further impacted essential services already decimated by the war, including access to education, health services and water.

Approximately 9 million people impacted by the war had received aid by the end of September 2023, an increase of 700,000 people from August. Over 60% of them are women and girls and nearly 20% children.
Sexual and reproductive health (SRH) is a core component of the primary health care package that saves lives and upholds human dignity and must be ensured for those fleeing and in Ukraine. As the crisis unfolds, IAWG members are encouraged to share their guidance, evidence, and advocacy on this webpage.

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