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Millions of Ukrainian refugees have fled their homes due to 3.7 million Ukrainians have left the country in search of safety in neighboring countries, the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR reports.. As of Thursday, more than
More than 2 million Ukrainian refugees have entered Poland, while the rest have mostly gone to Romania, Moldova, Hungary and Slovakia. Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the US ambassador to the UN, has warned that the war could create as many as 5 million refugees.
CNET has created a list of organizations offering aid during this crisis.
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Americares is providing medicine, medical supplies, emergency funding and medical professionals to help families in Ukraine.
Global Giving is providing water, food and shelter to refugees within Ukraine and in surrounding countries.
Hope for Ukraine
Hope for Ukraine is accepting donations to help citizens of Ukraine with basic necessities.
Project Hope is sending medicine, supplies and aid to families in Ukraine.
Save the Children
Save the Children is delivering humanitarian aid. Donations go toward items such as food, blankets and face masks.
UNICEF USA is on the ground providing assistance to children in Ukraine. Donations go toward water, nutrition, health care, education and protection.
World Help is providing food, water and other necessities to families in Ukraine.
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