As of late September, IOM has assisted over 65,000 vulnerable internally displaced persons and conflict-affected people in 20 regions of Ukraine. They were provided with cash assistance, medicine, hygiene items, clothes and shoes, household items, legal counselling and psychological support, as well as livelihood support.
For Liviza, the owner of a café supported by IOM's micro-enterprise development project for internally displaced persons, it is more than just a business.
One-third of the operators of IOM-supported IDP advice hotline are displaced themselves.
On the occasion of the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, IOM released new data about the threats of irregular migration and human trafficking in Ukraine.
How can IDPs registered in the Kharkiv Region receive cash assistance provided by IOM with funding from the European Commission's Humanitarian aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway? (in Ukrainian)