The military operation in Ukraine poses an immediate and growing threat to the lives and well-being of the entire country’s population. Humanitarian needs are multiplying and spreading by the hour. Hundreds of thousands of people are either in a shelter or on the move to safety, most of them being old people, people with disabilities, women, infants and children; with men aged 18 to 60 being requested to fight. Most mother-infant dyads that are on the move are separated from loved ones. Mothers of non-breastfed infants, particularly those that are on the move, have limited access to safe water, sterilisation equipment and Breastmilk Substitutes (BMS); and supporting the non-breastfed infant is emerging as a key concern due to pre-crisis high-rates of BMS use in Ukraine.

Country Key Contacts

Bakhodir Rahimov 

Nutrition Cluster Coordinator

Shabib Alqobati

Information Management Specialist

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Nutrition Coordination

On this page you can find information and guidance on humanitarian coordination.

Nutrition Programmatic and technical guidance

Here you will find information on key guidance for program managers; key guidance for frontline workers; communication materials and leaflet to the population; data and assessment; research and publication and; media. 

Resources and websites for additional information

Key resources and websites from relevant stakeholders and partners. 



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