The EU Just Absorbed 2 Million Ukrainian Refugees... in 13 Days
A professor with the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College has just arrived on the border of Ukraine to assist with healthcare efforts. Here’s his report from the field.
In just 13 days, two million Ukrainians have so far been absorbed into other nations in the European Union—not in camps, but in homes, welcomed with open arms by 27 nations. How much more can Europe absorb?
Roger Sandberg, VP of Field Operations for Medical Teams International, was asked by the government of Poland to operate a clinic on the border of Ukraine. He just arrived in the region, and joins us to update on the humanitarian response to the crisis.
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