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Parenthood Support Group

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Alexey Agafonov
Alexey Agafonov

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A UN report in May 2017 noted the growing gap between wealthy IDPs who have enough money to rent separate housing and others who face a large risk of financial insecurity. The difference in wealth, the report noted, was likely contributing to the spread of diseases in IDP camps, driving inter-community tension, and allowing people to risk their lives to move from one part of the country to another. The report pointed to recommendations by the international community to help people trapped between two hostile sides in Donbas.

Breakaway Live 0.90.96 Serial 138

People in government-controlled areas of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions are more likely to live in IDP camps than those in areas still controlled by Russian-backed insurgents. As of March 2018, at least 181,000 IDPs lived in government-controlled areas, and more than 56,000 people were living in 25 similar camps in areas still under the control of the separatists. The camps are home to people who fought alongside the forces loyal to the current government. Others are refugees who fled the conflict and now live in refugee camps in Russia.

Those who live in areas controlled by Moscow have already benefited from the reestablishment of pensions. According to a government report, 446,640 pensioners returned to these areas in 2017, more than double the number from 2015. Officially, about 1.5 million residents of the LNR and the DNR registered for pensions in 2016. A government committee overseeing the pension issue estimates that about 680,000 people may lose their pensions from areas controlled by Kyiv by the end of 2017.


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