To be a pregnant woman in wartime means to be a hero and to begin the journey of motherhood in very difficult circumstances. It means being ready to give birth even in the face of Russian rocket attacks, blown up bridges, bombed roads, when electricity is cut off and mobile communications lost, and it can be dangerous or impossible to reach a maternity hospital. That’s why we’ve gathered information from experienced midwives, gynaecologists, psychologists and other perinatal specialists to help you carry your baby, prepare for birth and be ready to give birth in any maternity home, hospital, in the car on the way to hospital, in a bomb shelter or at home with online support.

Category of aid

Health Care
Health Care
  • Information (helplines, websites)
Information Sources
Information Sources
  • Psychological Support
  • Health Care
Psychological Support
Psychological Support
    Country / Region:
    • Ukraine
    • All of Ukraine

    Who is the help for?

    Age group
    • Adults
    Support for vulnerable groups
    • Pregnant women and new mothers

    Activity details

    Form of legal activity
    • non governmental organisation
    Period of operation
    • permanent operation


    Website detailing your activities
    Date of last data update
    • 13 March 2023

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