||Performers at an outdoor concert at a park in Kyiv, Ukraine. Over past years, Ukraine has been confronted with a growing epidemic of drug-resistant forms of TB. Today, it is one of 27 high burden countries for MDR-TB. The Ukrainian healthcare system is plagued by a structural lack of funds, with limited laboratory capacity and locally differing treatments depending on the means available to purchase drugs. In a system that largely stems from the Soviet era, people are often kept in the hospital for several months while receiving TB treatment and there is a lack of community-based patient support mechanisms. This situation was only made worse by the economic crisis and the military conflict in the East of the country, which set over a million people in motion looking for a safer home, but left largely without access to healthcare.