Inside a shelter dubbed ‘FemApartment’, residents support one another as they help others affected by the Ukraine war.
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Anna tries to settle in Lviv with her toddler as she prepares for her son’s birth and for her eventual return to combat.
Children deprived of loving, stable homes before the war, and from places hit hard by Russia, find support in Lviv home.
Maryna, whose son died in combat in 2014, counsels soldiers’ families as she worries about her army-bound foster son.
Rights activists and carers are filling the gap as the war creates huge challenges in accessing disability support.
In western Ukraine, injured soldiers battle the urge – and the odds – to return to the front line.
Chronically ill and injured patients are evacuated from the embattled east to safer hospitals in the west.
An Iraqi Kurd and a Ukrainian, part of families with young children, take us through a day in their lives as refugees.
Across three neighbouring homes in a picturesque Polish resort town, a new community of women and children is emerging.
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