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While many move on, Olga and her children are among 100,000 Ukrainians staying in Moldova, where people and the authorities are offering support with help from UNHCR.
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Back in Odesa, teenager Daria used to fret about schoolwork and her relationships with family and friends. After fleeing conflict, she urges others her age not to worry about the small stuff.
During her journey to safety, Yeraldine, a lesbian from Venezuela, faced much of the same discrimination as she had back home. On IDAHOTB, she talks about her efforts to make Ecuador a more inclusive place.
We urgently need your help to continue providing life-saving protection to families forced to flee their homes in Ukraine.
UNHCR has stepped up our operations and capacity in Ukraine and neighbouring countries - your support can help ensure that people forced to flee their homes are sheltered and safe.
is enough to offer a displaced child with psychosocial support, like access to a daycare centre and child-friendly spaces
is enough to give a displaced person legal counselling support
can provide a simple plastic tarpaulin to help a displaced family protect their home from the harsh winter weather
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