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Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine on 24 February 2022, an increasing number of Ukrainian refugees and third-country nationals (TCNs) entering neighboring countries has been registered as a result of the war in Ukraine.

As of 20 September 2022, Slovak authorities have reported more than 817,440 arrivals from Ukraine, out of which 754,817 were Ukrainian refugees and 43,380 TCNs and EU nationals.

From the very first days, IOM has been providing support and immediate assistance to war-affected populations arriving in Slovakia including Ukrainian refugees and TCNs.

To date, IOM’s operations have centered on ensuring access to safe, dignified and sustainable living conditions of people on the run through:


Direct assistance

In person immediate assistance and response to immediate refugee needs at border points of entry and dedicated registration centres.

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Remote assistance

Legal, social and job counselling and referrals to Ukrainian refugees as well as to third country nationals through IOM’s Migration Information Centre infolinea, email and website.

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Humanitarian aid

Provision of emergency humanitarian aid to people in need in Ukraine and people fleeing Ukraine.

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Protection

Capacity building on counter-trafficking, prevention of sexual exploitation, gender-based violence and other topics for frontline workers, healthcare professionals, volunteers etc.

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Emergency cash assistance

Provision of allowance for persons taking care of adult Ukrainian citizens with disabilities and for adult Ukrainian citizens with specific needs, currently living in Slovakia.

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Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

Provision of mental health and psychosocial support to people fleeing the war and currently living in Slovakia.

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Temporary accommodation

Assistance to persons fleeing the war in Ukraine with temporary accommodation in partnership with the Airbnb.

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Data collection

Data collection on displacement, people’s needs and intentions to better understand mobility dynamics in the region and strengthen the response to the crisis.

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Watch more: IOM Slovakia’s Response to the #Ukrainecrisis

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IOM Global and Regional resources:

Ukraine: IOM Response 2022

IOM Appeals for USD 514 Million to Support Ukraine Response

IOM Regional Ukraine Response – Situation Reports

Ukraine: Latest Displacement Tracking Matrix Reports

Ukraine: Migration Data Portal

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Read the reports from Slovakia:

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #12 / 20 September 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #11 / 6 September 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #10 / 16 August 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #9 / 2 August 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #8 / 19 July 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #7 / 12 July 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #6 / 28 June 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #5 / 14 June 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #4 / 31 May 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #3 / 17 May 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #2 / 3 May 2022

Ukraine: IOM Slovakia Response / #1 / 19 April 2022

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IOM Slovakia response was generously funded by:

Airbnb, Council of Europe Development Bank, France, German Federal Foreign Office, Government of Japan, Government of Korea, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, and United States Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.


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U.S. Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration.

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Migration Information Centre to Support Integration of Migrants in Slovakia (phase IX, Individual Project). The project is co-funded by the European Union from the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF). Home Affairs Funds.