For countless Ukrainian children, the war has brought long-term physical and psychological injuries. Those who have suffered serious physical harm or the loss of a parent now face a challenging path forward.
Thousands of Ukrainian children have been transferred to Russia. “I didn’t want to go,” one girl told The New York Times from a foster home near Moscow.
It is driven by a decline in child immunization during the pandemic and the influence of an anti-vaccination evangelical church.
A late-July morning, and the sounds of the summer camp were the sounds of summer camps everywhere as children raced from activity to activity. But the Midgard Forest Camp is in Kyiv, in wartime Ukraine, and when the air was pierced by a warning siren, the children knew what to do, abandoning their jump ropes […]