Here’s a collection of 15 photographs that highlight how the conflict has progressed since it began on February 24 and how life in Ukraine has transformed in an instant.
Looking at these images, we hope that everyone will do their part to help bring the Russian invasion to an end before any more lives are wasted on both sides.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, people began scurrying for safe places.
According to the mayor, 15,000 people live in the underground in Kyiv alone.
People waited in large queues as supplies became scarce. Grocery stores in Kyiv had empty shelves.
Many Ukrainians have remained on the ground to protect their nation and report on what is going on.
Communities are banding together to build the infrastructure required to protect their nation from Russia.
Every contribution counts, whether it’s building camouflage nets or donating blood.
Ukraine, Dnipro. 25th of February, 2022 At the Dnipro Regional Blood Transfusion Station, people give blood.
Volunteers collect and distribute clothing, drinking water, and personal care products to assist the Territorial Defense Force and internally displaced people.
The result of Russian military firing a residential neighborhood in Piatykhatky.
Oksana Zavadskyi, one of the Christian Rescue Service charity activities’ founders, examines a collection of war artifacts inside their church building.
As the smoldering trench war in Donetsk continues, 10,000 residents in this town have battled for survival. A woman received food assistance from a social service group.
Oleksii, alias Godzilla, used to be a civilian journalist. In 2016, a mortar assault in the town of Zaitsevo in the Donetsk area killed his father.
People evacuate personal things from a burning house in Irpin, Ukraine, just outside the country’s capital of Kyiv.
On a train to Lviv, a father says goodbye to his 2-year-old kid and wife. Stanislav remained to battle as his family fled to seek protection in a nearby nation.
A newborn baby is photographed in the bomb bunker at a maternity hospital in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Tuesday, March 2.