Ukraine

Updates

NMS Ukraine Round 7 Report September 2017

The NMS provides a better understanding of the evolving movements and locations, numbers, vulnerabilities and needs of displaced populations in Ukraine.  The survey collected information

NMS Ukraine Cumulative Report June 2017

The objective of the National Monitoring System (NMS) in Ukraine, drawing on Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) approaches, is to support the Government of Ukraine in

NMS Ukraine Cumulative Report April 2017

The objective of the National Monitoring System (NMS) in Ukraine, drawing on Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) approaches, is to support the Government of Ukraine in

NMS Ukraine Round 4 Report September 2016

Face-to-face interviews: Two thousand (2,000) IDPs were interviewed with this method in cooperation with the Ukrainian Center of Social Reforms in 400 territorial units across

NMS Ukraine Cumulative Report March – June 2016

NMS Ukraine Round 3 Report May 2016

Updated data on Ukraine’s internally displaced persons’ (IDPs) social and economic situation, mobility and integration are available from the second periodic survey on IDPs in

NMS Ukraine Round 2 Report April 2016

Updated data on Ukraine’s internally displaced persons’ (IDPs) social and economic situation, mobility and integration are available from the second periodic survey on IDPs in Ukraine, conducted by IOM in cooperation with the Ukrainian Centre for Social Reforms.

NMS Ukraine Round 1 Report March 2016

Data on Ukraine’s internally displaced persons’ (IDPs) social and economic situation, mobility and integration are available from the second periodic survey on IDPs in Ukraine,

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Background

The International Organization for Migration (IOM), in cooperation with the Ukrainian Center for Social Reforms and with the financial support of the European Union, conducted monthly survey on internally displaced persons in Ukraine to contribute to the establishment of a National Monitoring System (NMS) in the country based on the approaches used for the Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM).

The information support of NMS is performed by combining data obtained from multiple sources, namely:

  • administrative data;
  • data from key informant interviews and focus group discussions;
  • data of sample surveys of IDP households and the local population;
  • telephone interviews with IDPs who were beneficiaries of IOM projects of assistance;
  • available relevant data from other sources.

The object of the NMS is the IDP population at their place of settlement in 24 oblasts of Ukraine and the city of Kyiv. The subject of this survey is the situation and problems related to IDPs’ location, their movements or intentions to move further, return intentions, and local communities’ perception of the IDPs situation in 24 oblasts of Ukraine and the city of Kyiv. Target groups:

  • Key informants – representatives of local communities, local authorities, IDP communities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), educational and healthcare establishments;
  • IDP individuals and households;
  • Local population.

The survey collects information on: socioeconomic characteristics of IDPs and IDP households, IDP trends and movement intentions, employment and livelihood of IDPs, IDP access to social services, preferred durable solutions and assistance needs as well as analysis and recommendations on the ways to solve the problems.