News Comment: UNHCR's Grandi praises Moldova's role in supporting Ukrainian refugees
Moldovan GBV shelter offers safety and a community for refugees from Ukraine
When war engulfed Ukraine, Casa Marioarei – a 20-year-old organization in neighbouring Moldova's capital – opened its doors to welcome vulnerable women and children forced to flee their homes.
War uproots Ukrainian widow from lifelong home in Mykolaiv
After the house she built with her late husband went from sanctuary to bomb shelter, 83-year-old Svetlana left her beloved garden behind to seek safety as a refugee.
UNHCR survey finds refugees from Ukraine hope to go home
Refugees will need continued support until they are able to return.
Ukrainian family finds a home away from home in Moldova
Business owners Nadejda and Vitalie converted their office space into a shelter for refugees, including six-year-old Veronika and her family from Odesa.
My advice to other kids as a refugee from Ukraine? Appreciate what you have
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.
Ukrainian refugees find warm welcome in neighbouring Moldova
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.