PRESENTATION OF THE RESULTS OF THE STUDY ON THE SITUATION OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS IN UKRAINE

20.02.2020 | 18:32

Organizer: Ministry for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine

Invited to participate:Ruslan Kalinin - Deputy Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine; Anh Nguyen - Chief of Mission for IOM Ukraine; BranislavaIlic - IOM Programme Manager - UN Migration Agency; IrynaLokteva - Specialist of the National Monitoring System of IOM - UN Migration Agency.

Briefly. The participants of the event presented the results of the study on the situation of internally displaced persons in Ukraine conducted by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) with financial support from the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.

Reference. Since March 2016, the IOM has been conducting a regular study entitled "National Monitoring System for Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine" (NMS). In the framework of the study the information is collected on socio-economic characteristics of IDPs and their households, tendencies and intentions regarding displacement, employment and income situation, as well as access of IDPs to social services and assistance in 24 Oblasts of Ukraine and Kyiv.

Summary:

Ministry for Veterans Affairs is working on a new project "Housing + Work" for internally displaced persons.

Ministry for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs of Ukraine are working on development of a project "Housing + Work" for IDPs.

Ruslan Kalinin, Deputy Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs of Ukraine announced this at the presentation of the results of the study “Situation of IDPs in Ukraine”atUkrinform.

“The new project of the Ministry that we will be present in the near future andit is called "Housing + Work". We want it to be an interactive map on which every displaced person can see the existing housing, available places of work and also housing and work. There are enterprises that want to hire the displaced persons and provide them with housing,” he noted.

Kalinin noted that work on the project has started in 2019 and preliminary information has already been released on the Ministry's website. The ongoing work with employment centres was also noted.

The representative of the Ministry added that the President of Ukraine also set the task to develop a comprehensive state program to address the housing issue for displaced persons and participants of the ATO.

He emphasized that the concept of this program had already been created - it was agreed by the relevant Ministries and submitted to the Government.

 

A study on the IDP problems in Ukraine was presented in Kyiv.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) presented another round of study "Situation of IDPs in Ukraine" in Kyiv.

The presentation was held at Ukrinform.

“The data that we receive in our regular surveys, as well as the results of our work show the importance of urgent and ongoing funding for humanitarian and recovery projects aimed at reducing suffering and providing long-term solutions for people in need of assistance in Ukraine,” noted the Chief of Mission for IOM Ukraine, Anh Nguyen.

In turn, Deputy Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs of Ukraine Ruslan Kalinin thanked the IOM for the study, because "it is through these reports that key issues can be explored."

“We have a lot of problems that need to be addressed, and first and foremost, this is a housing issue and a job search issue,” added the representative of the Ministry for Veterans Affairs.

Since March 2016, the IOM has been conducting a regular survey called "National Monitoring System for Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine" (NMS).

In the framework of the study the information is collected on socio-economic characteristics of IDPs and their households, tendencies and intentions regarding displacement, employment and income situation, as well as access of IDPs to social services and assistance in 24 Oblasts of Ukraine and Kyiv.

Ukrinform

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PRESENTATION OF THE RESULTS OF THE STUDY ON THE SITUATION OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS IN UKRAINE

20.02.2020 | 18:32

Organizer: Ministry for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine

Invited to participate:Ruslan Kalinin - Deputy Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine; Anh Nguyen - Chief of Mission for IOM Ukraine; BranislavaIlic - IOM Programme Manager - UN Migration Agency; IrynaLokteva - Specialist of the National Monitoring System of IOM - UN Migration Agency.

Briefly. The participants of the event presented the results of the study on the situation of internally displaced persons in Ukraine conducted by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) with financial support from the U.S. Department of State: Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.

Reference. Since March 2016, the IOM has been conducting a regular study entitled "National Monitoring System for Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine" (NMS). In the framework of the study the information is collected on socio-economic characteristics of IDPs and their households, tendencies and intentions regarding displacement, employment and income situation, as well as access of IDPs to social services and assistance in 24 Oblasts of Ukraine and Kyiv.

Summary:

Ministry for Veterans Affairs is working on a new project "Housing + Work" for internally displaced persons.

Ministry for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs of Ukraine are working on development of a project "Housing + Work" for IDPs.

Ruslan Kalinin, Deputy Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs of Ukraine announced this at the presentation of the results of the study “Situation of IDPs in Ukraine”atUkrinform.

“The new project of the Ministry that we will be present in the near future andit is called "Housing + Work". We want it to be an interactive map on which every displaced person can see the existing housing, available places of work and also housing and work. There are enterprises that want to hire the displaced persons and provide them with housing,” he noted.

Kalinin noted that work on the project has started in 2019 and preliminary information has already been released on the Ministry's website. The ongoing work with employment centres was also noted.

The representative of the Ministry added that the President of Ukraine also set the task to develop a comprehensive state program to address the housing issue for displaced persons and participants of the ATO.

He emphasized that the concept of this program had already been created - it was agreed by the relevant Ministries and submitted to the Government.

 

A study on the IDP problems in Ukraine was presented in Kyiv.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) presented another round of study "Situation of IDPs in Ukraine" in Kyiv.

The presentation was held at Ukrinform.

“The data that we receive in our regular surveys, as well as the results of our work show the importance of urgent and ongoing funding for humanitarian and recovery projects aimed at reducing suffering and providing long-term solutions for people in need of assistance in Ukraine,” noted the Chief of Mission for IOM Ukraine, Anh Nguyen.

In turn, Deputy Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs of Ukraine Ruslan Kalinin thanked the IOM for the study, because "it is through these reports that key issues can be explored."

“We have a lot of problems that need to be addressed, and first and foremost, this is a housing issue and a job search issue,” added the representative of the Ministry for Veterans Affairs.

Since March 2016, the IOM has been conducting a regular survey called "National Monitoring System for Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine" (NMS).

In the framework of the study the information is collected on socio-economic characteristics of IDPs and their households, tendencies and intentions regarding displacement, employment and income situation, as well as access of IDPs to social services and assistance in 24 Oblasts of Ukraine and Kyiv.

Ukrinform