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About Poland

BACKGROUND

The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) in Poland gathers and analyzes data to disseminate critical multi layered information on mobility, vulnerabilities, and needs of Ukranian refugees and Third Country Nationals (TCNs) to enable decision makers and humanitarian actors to provide these populations with better and targeted assistance.

With the start of the war in Ukraine and the large cross border flows, DTM started to collect data at the border areas and the biggest cities of Poland where the largest group of people were arriving in. DTM collects data on entries to Poland and intentions future travel intentions, cross border movements to Ukraine, needs of the affected populations, and also profiling of reception centers/collective shelters to fulfil the information needs in the response that are being voiced by partners.


CORE ACTIVITIES

DTM in Poland currently conducts four different regular assessments which are Site Assessment, Return to Ukraine Survey, Needs Assessment, and Poland Entry and Intentions Survey.

  • Site Monitoring: To locate and map sites where the refugees are staying, to identify the current occupancy of the shelters, the maximum capacity, the length of time that the Ukrainians present intend to remain as well as the priority needs of the refugees. These sites include transit points/reception centres and collective shelters.
  • Crossings to Ukraine Survey: To collect information on the date when they and/or their families fled Ukraine, where they were living in Poland or Europe, where they are intending to go back to Ukraine, how long they intend to stay in Ukraine, are they crossing the border by themselves or with members of the family and a breakdown of push/pull factors that have affected this movement decision.
  • Needs Assessment: To identify the main assistance and services needs of the refugees. This tool also explores Ukrainians’ and TCNs’ demographic profile, journey they took, current situation and location, future intentions, main information channels they use to receive information, their access to work and some other socio-economic opportunities, and indicators on accountability to the affected populations.
  • Poland Entry and Intentions Survey: to understand the intentions of those crossing the border from Ukraine to Poland.

Mobility Impact due to COVID-19 in Poland

The current outbreak of COVID-19 has affected global mobility in the form of various travel disruptions, restrictions and blockages. To better understand how COVID-19 affects global mobility, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has been working to map the impacts on human mobility, at Global, Regional and Country level.


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Poland – Ukraine Response 2022 – Crossing to Ukraine - End of Year Fact Sheet (12 April – 31 December 2022)

A total of 8.19 million crossings from Ukraine to Poland were recorded at border crossing points (BCPs) since 24 February 2022 according to Polish Border Guard data from 13 December.

Poland - Refugee Needs Assessment Factsheet (17 June - 10 December)

Since 24 February 2022, Ukrainians and Third Country Nationals (TCNs) have been fleeing from Ukraine to neighboring countries as a result of the war in Ukraine. Since 12 April, IOM’s DTM has deployed needs assessments with Ukrainians and TCNs in Poland.

Poland – Refugee Flows to Poland: Needs and Intentions Survey (12 April -10 December 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, Ukrainians and Third Country Nationals (TCNs) have been fleeing from Ukraine to neighbouring countries as a result of the war in Ukraine.

Poland – Crossings to Ukraine Surveys, Round 02 (12 April – 10 December 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, Ukrainians and Third-Country Nationals (TCNs) have been fleeing from Ukraine to neighbouring countries as a result of the war in Ukraine.

Ukraine Response 2022 – Poland – Refugee Flows to Poland: Needs and Intentions Survey - Change Over Time (12 April - 26 September 2022)

Since 4 March, IOM’s DTM has deployed its teams to collect information on Refugee Flows to Poland: Needs and Intentions surveys with refugees using BCPs to cross into Poland.

Poland – Ukraine Response 2022 – Needs Assessment, Round 3 (17 June – 26 September 2022)

Between 17 June and 26 September 2022, IOM conducted 2,191 surveys in collective sites or distribution centers with Ukrainian nationals and Third Country Nationals (TCNs) in Poland. All respondents crossed the border into Poland due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.

Poland – Ukraine Response 2022 – Needs Assessment Analysis Dashboard (17 June – 28 August 2022)

This dashboard provides the city level analysis of the needs assessment data which was initiated by IOM in Poland to assess the profiles, main conditions, and needs of Ukrainians and TCNs met in collective sites and distribution centres.

Poland – Ukraine Response 2022 – Crossings to Ukraine Surveys, Round 02 (21 April – 21 June 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, an increasing number of people fleeing from Ukraine to the neighbouring countries has been observed, as a result of the war in Ukraine. At the same time, the number of persons exiting Poland and going back to Ukraine has been sustained. 

Poland – Ukraine Response 2022 – Needs Assessment, Round 2 (05 May – 17 June 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, Ukrainians and Third Country Nationals (TCNs) have been fleeing from Ukraine to neighbouring countries as a result of the war in Ukraine. Since 12 April, IOM’s DTM has deployed needs assessments with Ukrainians and TCNs in Poland.

Ukraine Response 2022 – Poland – Refugee Flows to Poland: Needs and Intentions Survey Rzeszów (4 March - 11 April 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, over 2.7 million Ukrainian refugees and third country nationals (TCNs) have entered Poland as a result of the war in Ukraine. This report is based on a displacement patterns, needs, and intentions survey launched by IOM's DTM.

Ukraine Response 2022 – Poland – Refugee Flows to Poland: Needs and Intentions Survey Warsaw (1-11 April 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, over 2.7 million Ukrainian refugees and third country nationals have entered Poland as a result of war in Ukraine.

Ukraine Response 2022 – Poland – Refugee Flows to Poland: Needs and Intentions Survey (12 April - 1 June 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, Ukrainians and Third Country Nationals (TCNs) have been fleeing from Ukraine to neighbouring countries as a result of the war in Ukraine.

Poland – Ukraine Response 2022 – Needs Assessment, Round 1 (12 April – 04 May 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, over 3 million Ukrainian refugees and third country nationals have entered Poland as a result of the war in Ukraine. This report is based on a needs assessment survey launched by IOM's DTM in Poland.

Poland – Ukraine Response 2022 – Crossings to Ukraine Surveys, Round 01 (12 – 17 April 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, an increasing number of people fleeing from Ukraine to the neighbouring countries has been observed, as a result of the war in Ukraine. At the same time, the number of persons exiting Poland and going back to Ukraine has been sustained. 

Ukraine Response 2022 Poland Site Profile – Młyny Reception Centre

The Hala-Kijowska Trade and Storage Centre, also known as “Młyny”, is a warehouse converted for use as a reception centre for refugees crossing the border from Ukraine. The site is located near to the Korczawa-Krakowiec border crossing point.

Poland — Displacement Surveys with Refugees from Ukraine and TCNs, Round #01 (19 March 2022)

Since 24 February 2022, over 3 million Ukrainian refugees and third country nationals have entered Poland as a result of war in 


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