Child refugees from Ukraine are getting the chance to receive education in their native language.
Tens of thousands fled over the border after the disputed 2020 elections. Now, many are volunteering to help the war effort.
A Ukrainian journalist describes the arduous route from Kyiv to Berlin via Moldova, aided by an army of volunteers and an outpouring of camaraderie.
Desperate civilians are taking any opportunity to leave, cramming into private cars or extortionate fees to get through checkpoints.
With a population of about 2.6 million, the country has seen the largest influx of refugees per capita.
Hundreds of thousands arrive every day as they flee Russia’s invasion.
Refugees continues to flock westwards, with more than two million crossing into Poland.
"We came because we could no longer stand watching it on TV – we thought we had to do something."
As thousands of Ukrainians cross into Moldova, the country fights its own information battles.
With ties to both Russia and Ukraine, Tiraspol commits to support those fleeing conflict while neither endorsing nor condemning the war.