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It’s been two years since war broke out in Ukraine, and millions are still affected by the ongoing humanitarian crisis. Families across the country are facing unprecedented poverty, rising food prices, and widespread disease—not to mention daily barrages of missiles and drone attacks. The violent conflict has cut them off from food, water, healthcare, and critical resources.
February 24, 2024, marks two years since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Believed to have so far claimed several hundred thousand lives, including those of tens of thousands of civilians, this violent and destructive war shows no signs of ending.
Apart from the devastating human losses, the damage inflicted on Ukraine over these past two years is immense: according to the World Bank’s newly published damage and needs assessment, as of December 31, 2023, the total cost of reconstruction and recovery in Ukraine is $486 billion over the next decade.
- Funding will go to enrichment, mentoring and family skills programs in African American communities
GREENVILLE, S.C., February 22, 2024 /3BL/ - In recognition of Black History Month, the Duke Energy Foundation has provided $75,000 in grants to organizations in South Carolina that serve African American communities with programs, services and cultural experiences.