Ukraine Flash Appeal 2022

Flash appeal | Rev: 4.2 | published | Download the FA document
UNICEF/Anton Skyba
People in Need
15.7m
People Targeted
8.7m
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 August 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 1/3/2022, these plans were updated on 25 April 2022. The RRP presents needs and requirements until the end of December 2022. Needs and requirements presented in the FA are until end of August 2022 because of the volatile nature of the crisis. A further review will take place to inform requirement beyond August 2022. Similarly, the RRP will be revised and adjusted based on developments to the context and needs.

Strategic Objectives

  • 1

    Provide timely life-saving multisectoral assistance to displaced and non-displaced persons, who are affected by the escalation of hostilities.
  • 2

    Protect conflict-affected people and civilian infrastructure, with due regard to international humanitarian law, norms and standards.
  • 3

    Support provision of basic services in areas impacted by the escalation of hostilities.

Humanitarian profile by cluster

SectorIn Need %Targeted
Camp Coordination and Camp Management
1,104,905
69.3%
765,601
Education
3,567,656
30.8%
1,100,000
Food Security & Livelihoods
10,200,000
69.0%
7,035,000
Health
12,067,456
50.0%
6,033,728
Multi-purpose Cash
No data
0%
2,028,000
Nutrition
624,960
46.2%
288,656
Protection
Protection15,700,000
24.8%
3,900,000
Protection - Child Protection2,100,000
61.9%
1,300,000
Protection - GBV3,300,000
30.3%
1,000,000
Protection - Mine Action14,500,000
26.9%
3,900,000
Shelter & Non-Food Items
6,227,743
54.6%
3,400,000
Water, Sanitation & Hygiene
12,954,000
67.1%
8,694,000