Ukraine, UNICEF today donated four tonnes of essential supplies for refugees with children

The UNICEF Moldova team went today to the Palanca border crossing on Moldova’s border with Ukraine, where the Temporary Crisis Management Centre is located, providing a first batch of humanitarian aid to refugees with children

UNICEF donated four tonnes of essential hygiene products, including nappies, disinfectants, wet wipes, sanitary towels.

The UNICEF technical mission today conducted a rapid needs assessment at the Palanca crossing point and the Ukraine Temporary Refugee Centre

UNICEF is an agency historically involved in addressing humanitarian crises.

Originally created as the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, the organisation aimed to provide humanitarian assistance to children living in a world shattered by World War II.

UNICEF will continue, together with other United Nations agencies, to support families and children affected by the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.

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