ACTED has been present in Ukraine since 2015, responding to the emergency and longer-term needs of vulnerable, marginalized and conflict-affected populations living along the Line of Contact (LoC) in Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts. Over the past two years, ACTED has expanded its operations to Kharkiv, Kherson and the Sea of Azov region.

In 2021, ACTED has successfully implemented a dozen projects for a total portfolio of €14 million thanks to the commitment of its 150 field staff and the support of its international partners. With its longstanding presence in the field, its knowledge of the Ukrainian context and its expertise in emergency solutions, ACTED has the capacity to rapidly deploy emergency response and resources in all areas potentially affected by the conflict to assist vulnerable populations.

Since the conflict eruption in the rest of the country on 24 February 2022, ACTED is upscaling its activities to support affected people in conflict hotspots, displaced and evacuees across Ukraine, as well as refugee populations in neighbouring countries of central Europe.


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January 2023

ACTED Emergency Response in Ukraine - Wrap up 2022

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November 2022

ACTED Emergency Response in Ukraine - Updates

Current projects

Multi-sectoral rapid response assistance to conflict-affected communities in frontline and newly accessible areas in Eastern and Southern Ukraine

A generator for the Municipality of Slavoutych

Water distribution in Mykolaiv city

Technical and material support to local organizations and volunteer groups in Ukraine

Improve conditions in collective sites and support coordination through monitoring and site management

Christmas for Ukrainian children

Multi-sectoral humanitarian assistance for conflict-affected populations in Ukraine

Provision of winterization assistance to conflict-affected populations in Ukraine and Romania

Conduct primary data collection and analysis to identify the impact of war across population groups and geographic areas

Emergency support for the Ukrainian population

Provision of information management to facilitate evidence-based planning and programming to humanitarian actors and local authorities in Romania, Poland and along the transit route to Western Europe

Ideas Box Partnership

Installation of a water cleaning system in Mykolaiv, in Ukraine

Reinforcing Civil Protection and Preparedness for Conflict Escalation in Ukraine

Strengthening Civil Protection and Emergency Response Capacity in Ukraine

Addressing the immediate multi-sectoral humanitarian needs of IDPs and conflict-affected populations inside Ukraine

Responding to the multi-sectoral humanitarian needs of directly conflict-affected and displaced populations

Humanitarian assistance to besieged cities and IDP-hosting locations inside Ukraine

Improve living conditions in collective sites and support coordination through IDPs situation monitoring and operational site management support activities

Support to 10 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) centers in Dnipropetrovsk oblast, Ukraine

Emergency Multi-Purpose Assistance to conflict-affected individuals inside Ukraine

Immediate multi-sectorial humanitarian relief to IDPs and conflict-affected populations in Ukraine

Informing effective humanitarian action for the Ukraine response through provision of assessment, information management and geospatial analysis capacities

Assistance to conflict-affected displaced persons in Western/Central Ukraine through MPC,

Emergency Appeal for Ukraine

Informing the humanitarian response to the Ukrainian crisis

Ukraine emergency humanitarian response

ACCESS VI: Provision of multi-sectoral humanitarian assistance to conflict-affected populations in Ukraine and Moldova

Provide rapid, flexible assistance to address the emergency needs of conflict-affected populations in Ukraine and neighbouring countries

Ukraine Emergency Response