From February 24, 2022 to May 2023, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) recorded 24,012 civilian casualties in the country: 8,895 killed and 15,117 injured.
As the UN does not have full access to the areas of active hostilities and territories temporarily occupied by the russian federation there data are not fully represent the situation. Unfortunately the actual number of victims of the aggression is much higher.
For that reason the Ukrainian Demining Association continues to provide financial assistance to citizens affected by mines and explosive ordnance. To date, 100 people have already received funds in the amount of about UAH 16,000 per person. Aid is provided to victims from Zaporizhzhia, Dnipro, Kharkiv, Poltava, Vinnytsia and Kherson regions as part of the implementation of the project in partnership with the international humanitarian organization International Rescue Committee.
Therefore, if you or your acquaintances have suffered from explosive ordnance, received injuries and traumas, then you can apply for compensation through a special form on our website. Fill out the application and our humanitarian coordinators will contact you to clarify all the details.
The application page “UDA help” also contains all the necessary information about assistance and the conditions for receiving it. We recommend you to read it before filling out the application. We would like to note that this application is only the first step for registering a person for assistance.