As conflict in Ukraine continues, the gravity of the humanitarian situation is clear. People in areas directly affected by conflict are in immediate need of life-saving support, lacking food, energy, utilities, and facing a breakdown in the provision of basic services. They also face the risk of environmental disasters because of proximity to hazardous infrastructure (such as energy producing facilities and transit infrastructure), a risk that extends well beyond conflict-affected areas. As of 14 March 2022, more than 2.7 million people are estimated to have fled Ukraine and many more are internally displaced, including an estimated one million children. The vast majority of the displaced are women, girls and boys. Some will be staying in neighbouring countries, many more are likely to continue their journey onwards to Western Europe and elsewhere.
You will find on this page the most recent research outputs related to situation of IDPs in Central and Western Ukraine, and on the refugee humanitarian situation in neighbouring countries here.
Ukraine - Environmental and socio-economic vulnerability assessment for disaster resilience building in Chernihiv
Ukraine- Area-based Assessments (Displacement and/ or Conflict-affected Oblasts)
Regional- Ukraine Refugee Response: Assessment of Collective Sites and Accomodation Centres in Neighbouring Countries
Regional - Ukraine Refugee Response: Daily Cross-border Monitoring in Moldova, Poland and Romania
Ukraine- 2020 Multi Sectoral Needs Assessment within 20km of Contact Line
Ukraine- Knowledge, Atittude and Practice Assessment (Health, WASH and Information for COVID-19 Response)
Ukraine - 2019 Multi-Sector Needs Assessment in Non-government Controlled Areas (NGCA)
Ukraine - 2018 Humanitarian Needs Trends Analysis in Government-controlled Areas (GCA)