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UNHCR has declared Ukraine a Level 3 emergency – the highest level we have.

In light of the rapidly evolving humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, UNHCR is working with authorities, UN agencies, displaced community groups and partners to provide desperately needed humanitarian assistance.

We are on the ground in Ukraine and neighbouring countries to protect and assist people forced to flee.

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Over 3 million

Refugees estimated to have fled to neighbouring countries since 24 February and rising

2.9 million

People identified as in need of assistance in Ukraine before the recent events (source: 2022 Humanitarian Response Plan)

More than 2 million

People estimated to be internally displaced in Ukraine

Last updated 15 March 2022 – Visit the Data Portal for more statistics

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With the adoption of the Global Compact on Refugees, countries around the world have agreed to look at other ways to help protect refugees by making more alternative solutions and pathways available along with the traditional solutions. This means better resources, networks and partnerships, as well as innovative approaches to make more opportunities possible and visible across the world.

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