IOM Ukraine releases a safe employment quest. It’s better to make a hundred mistakes in a game than one mistake in real life.
Over 1,500 conflict-affected people in the towns of Kramatorsk (Donetsk Oblast) and Sievierodonetsk (Luhansk Oblast) will be able to move in new apartments in several years.
IOM, supported by the Government of Japan, invites active young people aged 18 to 25 living in Donetsk and Luhansk regions to participate in the Youth Online School “Together to Success”. The graduates will receive financial support to implement their own social project ideas in their communities.
The role of micro- and small businesses in eastern Ukraine, heavily affected by over six years of ongoing hostilities, is hard to overestimate, as they provide much-needed services and create jobs in their communities. IOM surveyed 491 micro- and small entrepreneurs from Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
The U.S. Government and the Resettlement Support Centre (RSC) Eurasia, operated by IOM Ukraine, are dedicated to ensuring the safety and security of refugee applicants and our staff around the world who support the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP).