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IOM collects data on the mobility, needs and intentions of people fleeing Ukraine. Photo © International Organization for Migration (IOM) 2022.

IOM’s displacement tracking matrix (DTM) team in Slovakia collects data for multisectoral needs assessments and intention surveys in the country. Photo © International Organization for Migration (IOM) 2022.

To better understand mobility dynamics and rapidly assess the immediate needs of war-affected populations, including with Ukrainian refugees and TCNs, IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) team in Slovakia continues to conduct face-to-face surveys with them across border crossing points and key sites in the country.

IOM continues to collect data in order to assess needs and intentions of people returning to Ukraine.

In addition, IOM analyses displaced third-country nationals (TCNs) arriving to and departing from Slovakia.

Read reports from Slovakia:

On 14 April, IOM Slovakia published the first rapid sectoral needs analysis based on 161 surveys collected from 9 – 30 March 2022.

On 3 May, IOM Slovakia published the second rapid sectoral needs analysis based on 481 surveys collected from 9 March – 21 April 2022.

On 27 May, IOM Slovakia published the third rapid sectoral needs analysis based on 780 surveys collected from 9 March – 22 May 2022.

On 18 July, IOM Slovakia published the fourth rapid sectoral needs analysis based on 1,027 surveys collected from 9 March – 30 June 2022.

On 5 Septemmber, IOM Slovakia published the fifth rapid sectoral needs analysis based on 1,298 surveys collected from 9 March – 11 August 2022.

On 3 May, IOM Slovakia published the first displacement analysis of third-country nationals (TCNs) arriving to and departing from Slovakia during the period of 24 February – 25 April 2022.

On 30 June, IOM Slovakia published the second displacement analysis of third-country nationals (TCNs) arriving to and departing from Slovakia during the period of 24 February – 23 June 2022.

On 17 August, IOM Slovakia published the first analysis based on 185 surveys collected from 19 April – 31 July 2022 with Ukrainian Nationals and third-country nationals (TCNs) crossing back to Ukraine.