UNICEF also listed the serious harm caused to children since the outbreak of the Donbas War, and hopes that the Ukrainian government forces and the pro-Russian forces in the Russian-speaking region of Ukraine can find the most appropriate political solution to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine. , which contains: At least 172 children, as young as a one-year-old girl, have been killed or injured by landmines or other explosive remnants of war so far in the conflict. In 2019 alone, there were at least 36 school attacks, one of which was damaged 15 times, and as of 2019,
more than 750 educational fields have been popular database damaged or destroyed. The basic needs of children are also threatened. According to statistics from 2019, there were 80 attacks on water facilities and sanitation infrastructure in conflict zones in eastern Ukraine in that year. At least 430,000 children and young children have suffered psychological trauma in the long-term conflict zone in eastern Ukraine, and all sectors of society need to help these children out of the trauma.
Eastern Ukraine now has one of the world's worst landmine problems, with some 2 million people at risk of casualties from mines and other explosive remnants of war. Anja, 12, lives with her grandmother, Sveta, in the suburb of Avdiivka , also in the Udon conflict zone . Sveta recalled the tragic early days of the Donbas war, saying that every day they saw soldiers crying and bringing the bodies of other fallen soldiers from the woods on the outskirts.