Returnees and Refugees Longitudinal Survey

Ukraine Humanitarian coordination and information management
August 2023
December 2023

Complementing the existing longitudinal survey on Ukrainian refugees, this new 4-month-and-4-week project aims to enhance the humanitarian response to returnees and refugees with a bi-monthly survey on returnees by: (1) identifying the evolving needs and intentions of Ukrainian returnees and refugees concerning support and services, enabling tailored assistance that maximizes impact, (2) assessing the challenges and opportunities faced by Ukrainian returnees during the reintegration process, and monitoring the evolving situation and integration of refugees abroad, allowing humanitarian actors to target resources more effectively and improve the well-being of both groups and (3) mapping the geographic distribution of Ukrainian returnees and refugees, supporting strategic planning and efficient allocation of resources by humanitarian actors.

Current projects

Returnees and Refugees Longitudinal Survey
Returnees and Refugees Longitudinal Survey
Multi-sectoral rapid response assistance to conflict-affected communities in frontline and newly accessible areas in Eastern and Southern Ukraine
Technical and material support to local organizations and volunteer groups in Ukraine
Improve conditions in collective sites and support coordination through monitoring and site management
Multi-sectoral humanitarian assistance for conflict-affected populations in Ukraine
Provision of winterization assistance to conflict-affected populations in Ukraine and Romania
Provision of information management to facilitate evidence-based planning and programming to humanitarian actors and local authorities in Romania, Poland and along the transit route to Western Europe
Reinforcing Civil Protection and Preparedness for Conflict Escalation in Ukraine
Addressing the immediate multi-sectoral humanitarian needs of IDPs and conflict-affected populations inside Ukraine
Responding to the multi-sectoral humanitarian needs of directly conflict-affected and displaced populations