The Russia-Ukraine Monitor Map is a crowdsourced effort by Centre for Information Resilience (https://twitter.com/Cen4infoRes), Bellingcat, Conflict Intelligence Team and the wider open source community to map, document and verify significant incidents during the conflict in Ukraine.
The aim of our work is to provide reliable information to the world.
The content is logged in a central database where material is archived for future use by researchers, reporters as well as justice and accountability bodies. More information can be found here: https://www.bellingcat.com/news/2022/02/27/follow-the-russia-ukraine-monitor-map/
The UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Ukraine has combined information from multiple sources to create a geospatial dataset of the country’s international border crossings with Moldova (11 crossings listed), Poland (8), Hungary (5), Romania (4), and Slovakia (2). It provides each crossing’s latitude, longitude, border country, and name in both Ukrainian and English. The associated metadata indicates an “expected update frequency” of weekly.