The invasion of Ukraine has unleashed massive humanitarian consequences, including displacement of a significant portion of Ukraine's population, deaths of civilians, and widespread damage to civilian infrastructure in the country. The conflict's effects on wheat exports may also cause humanitarian harms around the world. Neighboring countries and others have taken in Ukrainian refugees, and many governments and other entities have offered humanitarian assistance, though even after the fighting is over, recovery and rebuilding will be a long process.

Kristen Eichensehr, United States and Allies Provide Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine and Its Citizens, 116 American Journal of International Law 642–646 (2022).
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