People with disabilities in the Ukrainian war

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Accurate statistics are hard to come by, many Ukrainians with a disability, especially those with the most severe conditions, have not been able to flee the war and have been struggling to find safety.

Children with disabilities should be provided with individualized support to ensure they are not separated from their families and are protected from institutionalization and other harmful practices, such as trafficking.

Therefore, the risk management protocols must be revisited and the concept of inclusion should be revised in the humanitarian aid field to fully understand and embrace the needs of people with disabilities, who are particularly vulnerable in situations of active conflict and war.








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