Comprehensive assistance to people injured by explosive ordnance

UDA works with people who need help

NGO «Ukrainian deminers association» (UDA) is providing comprehensive assistance to people affected by explosive ordnance.

Within the framework of this project, UDA will focus on helping victims who have suffered direct physical damage or injuries that threaten a person’s life or significantly limit their capabilities.

The definition of the concept of persons affected by explosive ordnance is contained in the Law of Ukraine “On Mine Action in Ukraine”.

This type of assistance was chosen in accordance with the main components of mine action in Ukraine, namely, in accordance with Articles 5 and 10 of the Law “On Mine Action in Ukraine” and in accordance with the International Mine Action Standards (IMAS).

During 2024, our organization provided assistance to 166 mine victimes. In total, during the entire period of our mine victim assistance (MVA) activities, we managed to help about 800 beneficiaries. This year, we will continue to provide MVA.

UDA is a full-fledged partner in the UN humanitarian response coordination system, in particular in the Protection cluster. In the window below, you can read the official report of the UN on the activities of the UDA in real time.

UN statistics on the work of UDA in real time

You can choose an implementing partner in the column on the left of the website –
Ukrainian Deminers Association

Therefor, UDA announces the opening of the registration form for receiving comprehensive mine victim assistance (MVA).

Mandatory conditions for registration:

  • You are a person injured by an explosive object or his/her representative (one of the parents, guardian, relative, etc.);
  • Wish to receive international comprehensive assistance to cover needs not related to rehabilitation and treatment;
  • You were injured in any region of Ukraine, except temporarily occupied territories;
  • You are an adult (however, assistance can be issued for children as well).

If you meet all the specified conditions, please fill out the registration form on this page. This application is only the first step to register an individual. Our humanitarian coordinators will contact you to clarify all the details.

Registration form
Before filling out the form, please read the information and registration conditions on this page

    Choose who you need to register

    Enter your full name

    Enter your phone number


    Enter your current place of residence

    Indicate where and when you were injured by an explosive object

    If possible, briefly describe an incident in which you were injured or damaged by an explosive object

    Do you have any clinical reports or other supporting documents describing your injury?

    Please describe how the quality of your life changed after the injury

    Specify your needs that are not related to the medical treatment and rehabilitation processes

    Did you receive any help from other organizations? If yes name them, please