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A flat, fertile, forested plain in Eastern Europe, Ukraine has been independent since the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. More than 60% of Ukrainians have no religious beliefs or affiliation. Of the 33% who claim to be Christians, nearly all are affiliated with some version of the Eastern Orthodox Church; less than one percent is Protestant.

CMF’s team member in Ukraine, based in Kiev, focuses on sharing the gospel through a growing special needs ministry, two church clinic ministries, a Christian rehab center for those with spinal or neck injuries, and participation in Christian conferences for medical students.