Facts & figures
Between January and June 2016:
people benefitted from repairs to damaged water infrastructure in Donetsk Region.
health facilities received medical consumables, anti-tetanus vaccines, immunoglobulins, disposables for haemodialysis and medicines.
doses of insulin were donated to health facilities located in areas not under government control.
schools/kindergartens received support from the ICRC, with 13 schools receiving anti-blast film for windows or sandbags.
people received a total of 203,000 food rations.
people received a total of 201,000 hygiene parcels.
people received a total of 90 tonnes of potato seed and seedlings.
people living along the front line attended 60 mine-risk education sessions.
detainees received visits from ICRC delegates
missing persons were being sought.
people benefitted from the distribution of construction and roofing materials and tools, including over 30,000 bricks, 40 tonnes of cement, and 12,000 pieces of metal sheeting.