Last year, the Ukrainian Humanitarian Fund gave $181 million for humanitarian aid

Опубліковано 7 April 2024 року, о 18:30

UHF has given $181.2 million to 50 organizations to help people in Ukraine affected by war. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Ukraine (OCHA Ukraine) says so on its official Telegram channel

The report says the money was given out in stages.

The first $52 million went toward the 2023 Humanitarian Response Plan’s priority activities. It helped in places with the most urgent needs.

The Foundation has given another $69 million to help the most vulnerable IDPs, people who have returned home, and people living in conflict areas.

$60 million was allocated to implement the Winter Response Plan.

For emergency housing repairs, provide people with fuel and heaters, help with rent and energy bills, and maintain and repair district heating systems.

Thanks to these funds, the Foundation’s partners helped 3.2 million war-affected Ukrainians, including 1.5 million women and girls and more than 480,000 people with disabilities.

It should be noted that the UHF was established in 2019 as a tool for accumulating donor contributions and their subsequent combination into a single, unremarked fund. In an emergency, the Fund’s contributions are distributed in a coordinated manner within the framework of Humanitarian Response Plans.

This lets you change how money is spent if something unexpected happens. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs decides how much money from the Fund’s budget should be spent on emergencies.


Since February 2022, the Foundation has helped Ukraine with humanitarian issues caused by the invasion.