Nonprofits are stretched delivering services to vulnerable, underserved populations in the best of times. What do they do when they find themselves operating in a war zone where a quarter of the population is displaced? A recent interview published in Yale Insights focused on what NGOs on the ground in Ukraine are experiencing and what they need to continue their work. It featured a conversation with Jenny Malseed ’05 who is vice president of strategy and talent at GlobalGiving, a nonprofit that uses crowdfunding to support vetted partner organizations around the world. Read the interview by visiting the Yale Insights website.