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Data as of 25 May 2022 – Since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine on 24 February 2022, IOM has provided support and immediate assistance to affected populations arriving in Slovakia including Ukrainian refugees and Third Country Nationals (TCNs).

AKTUALIZOVANÉ 26. 5. 2022: Migračné informačné centrum IOM pripravilo pre utečencov, odídencov alebo žiadateľov o azyl z Ukrajiny základné informácie o podmienkach zamestnania sa na Slovensku. Informácie sú dostupné v ukrajinskej, slovenskej a anglickej verzii vo forme letáku alebo online článku na webovej stránke MIC IOM.

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МОМ у співпраці з Airbnb.org пропонує безкоштовне та приватне житло громадянам України або третіх країн, які рятуються від війни в Україні, і виїхали після 24 лютого 2022 року. Будь-яка особа або сім'я може звернутися за допомогою з тимчасовим житлом.

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On 23 May 2022, in response to the ongoing influx of people that fled war in Ukraine and their fundamental needs, IOM delivered 135 hygienic kits from its warehouse in Kosice to the Michalovce large scale registration centre for their immediate distribution for people in need from Ukraine. On a daily basis, Michalovce Registration Centre still assists dozens of them.

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Geneva – More than eight million people are internally displaced in Ukraine due to the war, and a further 6.5 million have fled to safety across international borders. In response, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is scaling up the use of its Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) tool to better understand mobility dynamics in the region and strengthen the Organization’s crisis response.

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Kateryna, IOM Slovakia consultant

As a Ukrainian living in Slovakia, I was completely appalled when I heard about the Russian attack on Ukraine on the morning of 24 February 2022. Ever since then I felt like it was my responsibility to help my country in any way I possibly could.

Medzinárodná organizácia pre migráciu (IOM) a jej Migračné informačné centrum (MIC) otvorili svoj stánok 18. – 19. mája 2022 v Bratislave na pracovnom veľtrhu Profesia Days. Svoje služby a informácie poskytoval MIC IOM desiatkam záujemcom v slovečine, anglličtine, ukrajinčine a ruštine.

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From the very first days of the conflict in Ukraine, a team led by Mária Jackulíková from the St. Elisabeth’s University of Health and Social Work provide inevitable medical assistance to people fleeing war in Ukraine and entering Slovakia at the Vyšné Nemecké Point of Entry.

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IOM Regional Ukraine Response – Situation Report #19 / 19 May 2022:

8.02 million internally displaced persons in Ukraine; 6.36 million refugees have fled Ukraine; 249,411 third country nationals have arrived in Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, and Moldova; 514 million USD funding requirement.

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On Sunday 8 May, First Lady of the United States Jill Biden visited Eastern Slovakia. At the beginning, she went to the Košice Hotspot where on a daily basis the IOM staff provide information and counselling for people from Ukraine who search for a safe refuge in Slovakia.