Donors race to get generators, other aid to hard-hit Ukraine


              FILE - People collect water from a Dnipro river in Kherson, Ukraine, on Nov. 15, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky, File)
            
              FILE - Workers load pallets with boxes of medical supplies to aid Ukrainians from Dignity Health - Northridge Hospital Medical Center in Los Angeles on  March 10, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel, File)
            
              FILE - This photo shows a city center during a blackout after a Russian rocket attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Nov. 23, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko, File)
            
              FILE - Pakistan Air Force personnel load humanitarian aid material into a C-130 plane for Ukraine at Nur Khan airbase, in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on June 3, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo, File)
            
              FILE - Employees load Swiss Armed Forces relief supplies for the Ukrainian population onto a truck at the Army Logistics Center in Othmarsingen, Switzerland, on March 2, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (Michael Buholzer/Keystone via AP, File)
            
              FILE - Internally displaced from Kyiv Dr. Maxim Motsya with his family takes boxes filled with medical aid to send to soldiers on the frontlines, at an apartment given to them by a family member, in Lviv, western Ukraine, on April 3, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty, File)
            
              FILE - Workers load packages of Israeli humanitarian aid to assist people caught up in the fighting in Ukraine, in Ben Gurion airport in Lod, Israel, on March 1, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov, File)
            
              FILE - Volunteers Slavko Oleinik, of Framingham, Mass., left, and Victor Pishuk, of Newton, Mass., right, place medical supplies in boxes for shipment to Ukraine, on March 2, 2022, in Woburn, Mass. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)
            
              FILE - Local resident Danylo prepares a generator during a blackout in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Nov. 18, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Andrew Kravchenko, File)
            
              FILE -Ukrainians unpack a power generator before installing it at a bank branch in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Dec. 1, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue, File)
            
              FILE - Local residents gather near a generator to charge their mobile devices in an area controlled by Russian-backed separatist forces in Mariupol, Ukraine, Friday, April 22, 2022. When Russian forces two months ago launched a military campaign against infrastructure in Ukraine, it opened an urgent second front far from the contact line: Along power lines, water mains, and heating systems, and in places like homes, schools, offices and churches. (AP Photo/Alexei Alexandrov, File)
Donors race to get generators, other aid to hard-hit Ukraine