Ukraine War: Number of Civilian Casualties, by month
MonthNumber of killedNumber of injured
Feb 1-15, 202477169
Jan 2024164490
Dec 2023115526
Nov 2023111357
Oct 2023181431
Sep 2023145542
Aug 2023157559
Jul 2023165690
Jun 2023186691
May 2023177688
Apr 2023189493
Mar 2023183590
Feb 2023144457
Jan 2023204537
Dec 2022208615
Nov 2022189542
Oct 2022314794
Sep 2022415986
Aug 2022344922
Jul 20223891,155
Jun 20224331,109
May 20225861,145
Apr 20228401,905
Mar 20224,2893,013
Feb 24-28, 2022377469
  • Region: Ukraine
  • Time period: Feb 24, 2022 to Feb 15, 2024
  • Published: Feb 2024

Data Analysis and Insights

Updated: Mar 28, 2024 | Published by: Statistico | About Us | Data sources

Significant decline in civilian casualties from the war's peak in March 2022 to February 2024

March 2022 marked the peak of civilian casualties with 4,289 killed and 3,013 injured, a stark contrast to the figures from February 1 to 15, 2024, which saw a significant reduction to 77 killed and 169 injured. The drastic drop in numbers indicates a considerable decrease in conflict intensity or effectiveness of measures to protect civilians over this period.

Highest number of injuries recorded in April 2022 since the war's onset

April 2022 experienced the highest number of civilian injuries with 1,905, underscoring a particularly intense period of conflict. This month also saw a high number of fatalities with 840 killed, highlighting a tragic peak in the war's impact on non-combatants.

Steady decrease in civilian casualties over consecutive months

A trend analysis reveals a steady decrease in both civilian deaths and injuries from October 2022 to February 2024. October 2022 recorded 314 killed and 794 injured, which consistently diminished to 77 killed and 169 injured by mid-February 2024, illustrating a gradual reduction in the scale of violence or improved civilian safety measures.

July 2022 saw the highest number of injuries in a single month

In July 2022, the number of injured civilians reached its zenith at 1,155, the highest in any month since the conflict began. This month also observed 389 deaths, indicating a period of severe conflict intensity affecting a large number of non-combatants.

Notable decrease in civilian casualties in early 2024 compared to early 2022

Comparing the initial months of 2022 and 2024 demonstrates a notable decrease in civilian casualties. February 24 to 28, 2022, saw 377 killed and 469 injured, while February 1 to 15, 2024, recorded lower figures of 77 killed and 169 injured. This comparison underscores the reduced impact of the conflict on civilians over two years.

Significant reduction in the number of killed and injured civilians in the latest month

February 1 to 15, 2024, reported the lowest numbers for both killed and injured civilians with 77 and 169 respectively, when compared to the earlier periods of the conflict. This indicates an ongoing decline in violence or enhanced protective measures for civilians in recent times.

Continued civilian casualties despite ongoing conflict

Despite the observed decrease, the consistent recording of civilian casualties, with 164 killed and 490 injured in January 2024, emphasizes the persistent danger and impact of the conflict on non-combatant populations. The continued casualties highlight the enduring humanitarian challenges in the war zone.

Comparative analysis of casualty figures indicates varying conflict intensities

The variance in monthly casualty figures, from the high of 4,289 killed in March 2022 to a low of 77 killed in February 2024, suggests fluctuating intensities of conflict over the period. This fluctuation is indicative of the changing dynamics on the ground, impacting civilian safety and security.

Frequently Asked Questions

What marked the peak of civilian casualties in the Ukraine War?

The peak of civilian casualties was in March 2022, with 4,289 killed and 3,013 injured.

In which month was there a record number of injuries since the war began?

April 2022 experienced the highest number of civilian injuries, with 1,905 casualties.

Terms and Definitions

Also known as Russo-Ukrainian War, Ukraine War refers to a series of military conflicts between Ukraine and Russia and pro-Russian separatists in the Eastern regions of Ukraine that began in 2014.

Civilian casualties refer to the death or injury of non-combatant individuals - ordinary citizens - as a result of a military or armed conflict. They're a key indicator used to assess the impact and intensity of the conflict on the local population.

A military conflict involves a struggle between two or more armed forces. It can be a war, a skirmish, or a sustained campaign of violent confrontations.

Combatants are individuals who actively engage in violent conflict, typically members of the military or associated groups. They contrast with civilians, who are not directly involved in the conflict.

These are disagreements between states over the ownership or control of land. In the context of the Ukraine War, the key territorial disputes revolve around Crimea and Eastern Ukraine.
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