"Ukraine has grown up" - this is a metaphorical video about how Ukraine has changed since the beginning of the full-scale invasion. We have come a long way from childish immaturity to focused adult readiness to end this war. 365 days of resistance. 1500 km of active front line. 40,000 km2 of liberated territories. More than 90% of the population believes in victory.
Ukraine stands. Ukraine fights. Ukraine moves forward!
Thousands of charitable organizations, including the Charitable Foundation "Help the Army of Ukraine" are part of this progress. Thousands of donors support us in bringing about a just and comprehensive peace. We know you are with us! How to help: https://www.ukrarmy.org/ways-to-help
365 days in Ukraine - by the numbers • The number of casualties in this war is difficult to estimate, but it is tens of thousands of people. • 459 children have been killed (the youngest of them was 2 days old), and at least 909 children have been injured. • Last year, 16,207 air raid alarms were announced in Ukraine. Ukrainian children spent an average of 920 hours or over 38 days in bunkers. • Every fourth Ukrainian was forced to leave their own home, almost 8 million found refuge abroad (4.8 million officially registered as refugees). • Confirmed cases of numerous crimes against humanity: the killing of civilians in the form of executions, enslavement and torture of civilians, rape, forced deportation (including more than 16,000 Ukrainian children deported). • Over 3.5 million people were left without a roof over their heads - almost 144,000 houses were destroyed in the country. • More than 10 cities have been completely destroyed (Severodonetsk, Popasna, Rubizhne, Schastia, Kremenna, Volnovakha, Vuhledar, Mariinka, Liman, Soledar, Avdiivka, Bakhmut); dozens of other settlements, including large cities (Mariupol, Kharkiv, Kherson), suffered catastrophic destruction. • Terrorist missile attacks result in massive destruction of civilian infrastructure objects throughout the country: - over 700 critical infrastructure objects (airports, bridges, oil depots, transformer substations and power plants, hydrotechnical structures, etc.) were destroyed or damaged; - over 3,100 educational institutions, - over 1,100 cultural objects (museums, galleries, theaters, libraries, clubs), - 1,200 medical facilities, - hundreds of religious objects • The scale of environmental damage (damage to soils, contamination of water bodies, air, destruction of forests, nature reserves, forced migration or death of animals) is difficult to comprehend, but Ukraine is already recognized as the most mine-affected country in the world.