Republic of Moldova — Evolution of Displacement patterns, needs and intentions of refugees and Third-Country Nationals from Ukraine — 2022 Trends
Dec 07 2022
- Flow Monitoring
The findings presented in this report draw on a survey of displacement patterns, needs and intentions, conducted by IOM in the Republic of Moldova between 9 March and 7 December 2022. The first round of data collection under this exercise was conducted by IOM in collaboration with UN Women between 9 March and 12 May 2022.
The second round was designed by IOM in coordination with the Information Management Working Group, began on 6 September and finished on 7 December 2022.
The purpose of the survey is to capture the displacement trends and identify the immediate humanitarian needs and intentions, demographic profiles and transportation of refugees from Ukraine and other Third-Country Nationals (TCNs) fleeing Ukraine due to the war. The exercise aims to provide more in-depth information to enable IOM, UN Women and relevant stakeholders to identify programmatic, policy and humanitarian response in an evidence-based approach.
This report assesses the evolution of reported needs and vulnerabilities of Ukrainian refugees and TCNs based on 16,172 interviews.