The war has caused 10.3 million Ukrainians to be displaced and has already led to a catastrophic humanitarian crisis among the Ukrainian people. The greatest needs for displaced families are food, shelter, transportation, clothing, medical supplies, sanitation and hygiene care.

Send Relief, the Southern Baptist compassion ministry, is working with local Baptist partners and churches in Ukraine, Poland and twelve other nearby nations to respond to the growing crisis. Send Relief projects are currently serving nearly 416,000 displaced people in Eastern Europe.
Samaritan's Purse continues to provide medical relief to displaced Ukrainians, serving them at our Emergency Field Hospital on the outskirts of Lviv, in western Ukraine. The hospital opened on March 14.

We are also operating a 24-hour medical clinic at a train station in Lviv. To meet growing needs, we opened an additional clinic in one of the city's major bus stations.

Our fourth medical intervention, an Emergency Outpatient Clinic, is meeting medical needs in southern Ukraine....