Czechia — Socioeconomic situation of Ukrainian refugees with focus on women (Jan-Jun 2023)
ContactDTM Europe, DTMMediterranean@iom.int
Period CoveredJan 01 2023
Jun 30 2023
Starting on 24 February 2022, the war in Ukraine triggered an unprecedented humanitarian crisis and generated large scale displacement both within Ukraine and in neighboring countries. As of 25 September, 371,415 refugees from Ukraine including TCNs, registered for temporary protection in Czechia according to national authorities.
This report is based on a survey that IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) implemented in mid-June 2022. The survey focused on the displacement patterns, needs, and intentions of displaced persons from Ukraine in Czechia.
It presents an analysis based on 3,681 surveys that were conducted between 2 January and 30 June 2023 among individuals in all 13 regions (kraj) in Czechia and in Prague. The report also includes information from qualitative comments provided by respondents alongside their replies to the closed–ended survey questions. Alongside surveys, enumerators in Pilsen and Karlovy Vary regions conducted 50 qualitative interviews. The information presented in this report is also compared to findings from other relevant studies.
The data presented in this document are representative of the individuals surveyed in the covered locations and during the indicated timeframe.