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Among them, 1.7 million children, especially vulnerable, are exposed.

In Kharkiv Oblast, which welcomes the most refugees, states authorities, non-governmental organizations and volunteers try to assist them, assisted by UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund.

Nearly 21,000 children are officially documented as internally displaced people in Kharkiv Oblast, among the 182,000 refugees that have settled there, having fled the conflict zone, Roman Sheiko, field coordinator of UNICEF Ukraine in Kharkiv, told the Kyiv Post. Following the different waves of refugees, the population of the region has risen by nearly seven percent.

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