The Ukrainian people have suffered enormously from illegal aggression by Russia, whose forces have devastated large parts of the country and committed numerous war crimes.1 We may never know how many have been killed but it is certainly in the tens of thousands. Many more will be left with life-changing injuries, both physical and mental. Even larger numbers have left Ukraine, moving westwards to seek sanctuary or, worryingly, in forced deportations to Russia. Colossal damage has been caused by Russian targeting of essential infrastructure, including hundreds of health facilities, and by indiscriminate shelling of urban areas. But some day, hopefully soon, the war will be over and the task of reconstruction will begin.