More than 7.7 million people displaced inside Ukraine, UN says

On April 21, the UN migration agency said that more than 7.7 million Ukrainians have been internally displaced since Russia invaded Ukraine. The figure represents 17% of Ukraine’s population, and the number of displaced people has risen 9% since the agency’s previous assessment at the start of April and 19% from its first assessment in mid-March.

The agency said women represent at least 60% of displaced persons in Ukraine and more than half of them experienced a lack of food. In addition, 28% of families with children under the age of five said they’d experienced difficulties getting enough food for their children, compared to 25% of families said so at the start of April.

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