Ukraine — Internal Displacement Report — General Population Survey Round 13 (11 May - 14 June 2023)
Jun 14 2023
Between 11 May and 14 June 2023, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) conducted the 13th round of a highly representative assessment of the general population in Ukraine to gather information on displacement, mobility flows, intentions, and conditions to inform targeted assistance to the war-affected population carried out in two stages. From Round 13 onwards, the survey methodology has been adapted to produce representative quarterly data at the oblast level. This round also introduces a new set of questions on durable solutions to internal displacement aligned with the criteria proposed by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Framework on Durable Solutions for IDPs. The goal of the General Population Survey is to facilitate evidence-based decision-making on strategic, technical, and programmatic aspects of the response and recovery efforts in Ukraine, including the Government of Ukraine. The geographical scope of the assessment covers the entire territory of Ukraine, excluding the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and areas of Donetska, Luhanska, Khersonska and Zaporizka Oblasts under temporary military control of the RF. The General Population Survey was constructed through a random-digit-dial (RDD) approach, and 5,297 unique and anonymous respondents aged 18 and over were interviewed using the computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI) method. The estimates are based on UNFPA population data for Ukraine (last available data as of 14 November 2022), agreed as a common population baseline by the humanitarian community. Those currently outside Ukraine were not interviewed.