DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal reaches 6.9 million people affected by conflict in two years
Ukraine: DEC charities respond to humanitarian fallout after
Seven DEC charities are working either directly or through local partners to help people affected by the flooding, including search and rescue operations, providing food and clean water and by receiving evacuees in Mykolaiv, Odesa and other cities.
Communication, Community Engagement & Accountability Report
A DEC funded review by CDAC on communication, community engagement and accountability across the Ukraine response.
A year in pictures
It's been a year since the launch of the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. This photo gallery gives a snapshot of how millions of acts of generosity are making a difference for those affectd by the conflict, thanks to your generous donations.
Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal
Two years on from the escalation of conflict in Ukraine, the DEC's appeal has raised £426 million and helped an estimated 6.9 million people in Ukraine and neighbouring countries.
Thanks to your donations, DEC charities and their local partners have provided food, clean water, shelter, cash payments, healthcare, mental health support and much more.
Inside a Ukrainian bomb shelter
DEC charities are supporting people in Ukraine through the winter after the conflict left many without heating and electricity.
Volunteer cyclists deliver food to hundreds in Kharkiv
In Kharkiv, Ukraine's second largest city, DEC funds are supporting an innovative project that delivers regular food baskets to people's homes, thanks to a network of volunteer cyclists.
DEC Ukraine Appeal update: £120M in five days
The Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) has seen an incredibly generous response to its Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal to help people affected by the conflict. The appeal has now raised over £120 million in five days, including £25 million matched by the UK Government.