After more than one month, the Russian military offensive against Ukraine has displaced almost a quarter of the country’s estimated population of 44.13 million. Around 3.72 million have had to flee the country, while around 6.47 million are estimated to be internally displaced. As at 10 March 2022, around 12.65 million people were unable or unwilling to leave conflict-affected areas. Figures on the movement of people are likely to change, with areas of active conflict especially in its eastern, northern, and southern regions and Kyiv. Attacks on civilian infrastructure continue to endanger civilian lives.