Children in Crisis

Easter, represents a time for rebirth, renewal, and hope. But things just don’t feel the same this year as the deadly conflict in Ukraine continues. We spoke to a few of the Ukrainians who will be spending this Easter far away from friends and family who have taken refuge in shelters, schools, and people’s homes across Ukraine and in neighboring countries like Romania and Moldova. 

Twice they've had to leave their home. But for a mother and her son, the pain is still the same. Elena and her son, Nikolay, escaped Ukraine two weeks ago. A university dorm-turned shelter has provided them a safe place to stay in Bucharest, Romania.

World Vision’s humanitarian response to increase 10-fold within two months to meet the rapidly growing needs of vulnerable children and adults displaced and affected by the conflict.