Author: Massimo Diana

The recent attack on Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, highlighted the devastating impact of the ongoing war, causing significant damage to vital healthcare facilities. This has worsened the already critical population challenges in the country, impacting health services and leading to increased rates of pregnancy complications and premature births. The conflict has deepened Ukraine’s demographic crisis, with a drastic drop in birthrates and life expectancy. The mass displacement of people has aged the nation and depopulated certain regions, posing long-term consequences. While increasing child benefits may boost birthrates temporarily, long-term demographic stability requires a more holistic approach. Global experiences show that effective…

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