This report is released as the war continues to rage across Ukraine as of September 2022 — more than half a year since Russia launched its lethal and coordinated attacks on the civilian and military infrastructure of Ukraine from land, air, and sea.
As a severe humanitarian crisis in Ukraine continues to unfold, millions of Ukrainians have now fled their country in search of safety and security, millions more have been displaced internally or remain stranded in affected areas, and estimated hundreds of thousands have been forcibly  deported/relocated to Russia by the occupying forces.
In addition, multiple and increasing civilian casualties are being reported; critical civilian infrastructure, including healthcare facilities, is being deliberately targeted and destroyed.


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Sharapov, K., Anderson, D., Nazarenko, V., Polishchuk, O. & Burova, O. 2023, The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on People with Disabilities in Ukraine: Perspectives of People with Disabilities & Implications for Public Health and Other Emergencies, including Conflict and Post-conflict Recovery, The Impact Of The COVID-19 Pandemic On People With Disabilities In Ukraine: Project Report (Part 2). Available at: https://doi.org/10.17869/enu.2022.2897883

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