Denmark gives $3.6 million in humanitarian aid to women in Ukraine and Moldova

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Peter Kavinsky

The Danish government has allocated 25 million Danish kroner ($3.6 million) for humanitarian aid to women and girls in Ukraine and Moldova.

This was reported in facebook Embassy of Denmark in Ukraine, reports Ukrinform.

“The Danish government has allocated 25 million Danish kroner ($3.6 million) to UNFPA, the United Nations Agency for Sexual and Reproductive Health, for humanitarian aid in Ukraine and Moldova. Denmark’s contribution will help support UNFPA humanitarian assistance aimed at ensuring safe childbirth, reproductive health and combating gender-based violence and mental trauma among women and young people,” the embassy said.

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As reported, the Danish government also agreed to start training the Ukrainian army in Denmark.

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