IDPs AND HOST COMMUNITIES NEED COMPREHENSIVE SUPPORT AND INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO COPE WITH RECOVERY AND INTEGRATION

The conference, organized by the Ministry for Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs of Ukraine and IOM, and co-sponsored by the Governments of Japan and Norway, brought together about 200 IDPs and community members with state authorities, the international community and civil society, to provide a platform for dialogue.

“Children are the first victims of post-traumatic stress”

Displaced psychologist counsels other IDPs. Nadiia is one of over 3,000 IDPs supported by IOM with grants for self-employment or vocational training.

Over 110,000 displaced persons and conflict-affected people assisted by IOM

As of end of May 2016, IOM has assisted over 110,000 vulnerable internally displaced persons and conflict-affected people in 21 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.

IOM invites youth of Ukraine to participate in the national youth video festival PLURAL+ UKRAINE

The IOM Mission in Ukraine invites young people aged 16 to 25 to submit short videos that express their thoughts and ideas on migration, diversity and social inclusion in Ukraine for participating in the national youth video festival PLURAL+ UKRAINE.

Ukrainians abroad are the biggest investors in Ukraine’s economy, IOM-commissioned survey reveals

The money transferred back home by Ukrainians working abroad is higher than all funds foreign companies invest in the country and international donors contribute to development combined.

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