Ukraine Flash Appeal 2022

Flash appeal | Rev: 5.0 | published | Download the FA document
UNICEF/Anton Skyba
People in Need
17.7m
People Targeted
11.5m
Requirements ($)
Current funding ($)
Coverage (%)

1 March 2022: Flash Appeal for Ukraine launched by the United Nations

[Note: This updated Flash Appeal 2022 supersedes the 2022 Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP), and covers the period from 1 March to 31 December 2022]

The humanitarian response to the Ukraine crisis is presented in one document and two response plans: the Ukraine Flash Appeal (FA), and the Ukraine Regional Refugee Response Plan (RRP). Originally published on 1 March 2022, these plans were updated on 8 August 2022. The RRP presents needs and requirements until the end of December 2022. The updated FA covers the period of 10 months following the onset of the war in Ukraine that started on 24 February 2022. The financial requirement of this Flash Appeal reflects the humanitarian needs from March until the end of 2022, taking into account the funding status and the response achievements to date, as well as the realistic projection of response capacity in the second half of the year. The smaller set of prioritized activities outlined in the “Winter Priority Procurement and Repair Plan”, which was released at the end of June 2022, have been folded into this Flash Appeal and complemented by other critical winterization and winter-specific interventions.

Strategic Objectives

  • 1

    Provide principled and timely, lifesaving multisectoral assistance to people affected by the war that is based on their perceptions and feedback and inclusive of gender, age, and diversity approaches.
  • 2

    Protect conflict-affected people and civilian infrastructure, and advocate for parties to the conflict to uphold their obligations under international humanitarian law.
  • 3

    Support provision of essential and gender-responsive services that are designed in response to expressed needs of communities, both in areas impacted by the conflict and in locations hosting displaced people.

Humanitarian profile by cluster

SectorIn Need %Targeted
Camp Coordination and Camp Management
657,581
75.0%
493,186
Education
5,021,175
47.4%
2,378,811
Food Security & Livelihoods
9,335,000
55.5%
5,183,950
Health
12,067,456
50.0%
6,033,728
Multi-purpose Cash
17,700,000
35.4%
6,260,000
Nutrition
743,172
55.1%
409,232
Protection
Protection17,700,000
44.1%
7,800,000
Protection - Child Protection2,800,000
71.4%
2,000,000
Protection - GBV3,700,000
35.1%
1,300,000
Protection - Mine Action14,600,000
41.1%
6,000,000
Shelter & Non-Food Items
11,192,851
36.5%
4,084,471
Water, Sanitation & Hygiene
15,950,000
72.1%
11,500,000