of the live program "International Gale | Action Lecture" co-hosted by Li Hanwei and Cai Shanghua was broadcast for the first time on June 14. This time, Chinese documentary photographer Zhang Yong and Taiwan World Vision President Li Shaoling were specially invited to talk , leading the audience to gaze at the people displaced by the war, listening to the stories of encounters and partings, and also let the audience know about World Vision's decades-long experience in humanitarian relief for refugees, as well as their professional and prudent attitude towards each rescue operation.
These rescue operations facilitated by the support of you and me are all to reconnect the ties between people that were destroyed by steel and gunpowder. The staff of World Vision came to the scene with entrustment and mission to accompany people through the war. of suffering. "We not only saw the Escape Scene on the Back of the Moon, but Illustrator Art Work also heard the cry on the back of the Moon, so World Vision never had a choice but to accept and support it unconditionally." Data analysis: the "back side of the moon" that you and I didn't realize It has been more than three months since the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war, and the number of refugees forced to leave their homes due to the war has also risen rapidly.
According to statistics from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, as of May 29, more than 6.8 million people had fled from Ukraine to neighboring European countries such as Poland, Hungary, and Romania. A study by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) also estimated that there were nearly 8 million people. Internally displaced in Ukraine, in total, nearly a quarter of Ukrainian nationals are refugees as a result of the relentless fighting.