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As World Vision’s humanitarian responders ramp up our operations to support refugees fleeing the conflict in Ukraine, join us in praying for and with the children and families who have been caught up in this crisis and face an uncertain future.

The moment I saw Kumari’s photo and background, I decided instantly that I was going to take up sponsorship. However, as I was not financially independent yet, I roped in two other good friends - Yinmin and Sik Yin, along in this journey. We have never looked back since.

World Vision has today warned of the detrimental psychological impact the ongoing crisis in Ukraine will have on children and families. The child-focused NGO is scaling up its operation in response to refugees entering Romania from Ukraine and plans to provide psychological first aid for children who have been traumatised by this conflict, as well as basic relief supplies for refugees.

By Alberto Roca, Humanitarian Staff Member from World Vision Romania.
He is currently on the border with Ukraine, working hard to respond to the needs of women and children who have fled the current conflict. 

As the Ukraine crisis deepens, World Vision's concern is the risk posed to the most vulnerable – children. To this end, we are preparing contingency plans that will be activated should the situation deteriorate further and supporting our office in Romania to be ready to respond, should children and their families be forcibly displaced from Ukraine and need emergency assistance.

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