Humanitarian crisis in Donetsk and Lugansk

“Health supplies are running low, and an estimated 70% of health personnel have fled, leaving access to medical care significantly reduced. Damages to housing have so far affected 1,600 families. Supply routes are increasingly disrupted by conflict, and coping mechanisms among the affected populations are deteriorating.” John Ging, director of U.N. humanitarian operations

Report of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees on the situation of refugees from Donetsk and Lugansk

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