09.12.2022, 09:30 - 11:00 Conference Room C - Level 1 Humanitarian relief projects

Delivering aid to Ukraine is not a straightforward task, especially when trying to reach those who are most vulnerable. Vulnerability can be defined in terms of the characteristics of persons affected (e.g., children, elderly, disabled), however, it can also be understood in relation to the region in which a person lives. For example, people living in Ukraine’s rural and agrarian areas or near the front lines are more vulnerable. In this panel discussion, organizations will reflect upon their experience, share best practices, and critically assess the delivery of aid to locations near the front lines or in other difficult-to-reach places. The objective of this discussion is to better understand the risks, and how to mitigate them.



  • Iryna Pulvas