UNICEF supports Ukrainian refugee children and their families
UNICEF is supporting the Romanian Government, local authorities, UN agencies and non-government organizations to monitor the inflow of Ukrainian refugees.
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UNICEF in Romania's support
UNICEF is working together with the Romanian Government, local authorities, UNHCR (The United Nations Commissioner for Refugees) and other UN agencies, and non-government organizations to monitor the inflow of Ukrainian refugees, their needs and vulnerabilities and to offer immediate support for the most vulnerable children, women and their families. UNICEF in partnership with the Ministry of Family, Youth and Equal Opportunities through the National Authority for the Protection of Children's Rights and Adoption and with the support of local authorities and NGOs have set up Blue Dot Safe Spaces, Protection and Support Hubs and other support hubs for children and women.
In the 8 months since the beginning of the war, over 170.000 children and women had access to UNICEF-supported safe spaces, protection and support hubs, including Blue Dots functioning in Romania.