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Ukraine recovery will be a ‘long-haul’ process

Ukraine recovery will be a ‘long-haul’ process, aid workers say

With the war in Ukraine approaching the three-month mark, aid workers leading the humanitarian response in the country have said the impact of the conflict is being felt globally, and the recovery process is only beginning.

Speaking to journalists during a May 16 panel, Tetiana Stawnychy, president of Greek-Catholic Caritas Ukraine, said that according to official estimates, some 14 million people, or roughly 30 percent of the population, have been displaced since Russia invaded Ukraine Feb. 24, but the real numbers are likely much higher.

This is “an astounding number,” she said, insisting that the ability to adequately respond to the rising needs “is in the people, it’s in love, and it’s in solidarity.”

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