Throughout 2016, British photographer Mark Neville spent time with Ukrainians who had left their homes as a consequence of the war in the Donbass region, and it quickly became clear to him that such displacement hits the children and the most vulnerable the hardest. Many of the children have been taken in by a variety of organizations, from small adhoc orphanages, looking after groups of children together as a foster family; to charities such as Father’s House; specialist schools for blind, deaf or disabled children and psychological rehabilitation camps. According to UNICEF, 580,000 children who live in the occupied territories or...
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