Since the start of the war in Ukraine in February 2022, IOM works to provide direct assistance to affected populations but has also provided a better understanding of individuals’ situations, aiming at improving and consolidating the crisis response efforts undertaken by IOM, governments, and the international community. IOM’s Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) programme seeks to understand where affected people are, their most urgent needs, and their intentions for the coming period.
In 2023, the Government of Sweden has commissioned to DTM to conduct a survey about life in Sweden for beneficiaries of temporary protection, who left Ukraine after February 2022. The purpose of the survey is to better understand needs and plans for the future of beneficiaries of temporary protection. The purpose is also to learn which challenges were encountered since arrival in Sweden, for example - the access to various social services and finding an employment.
The questions are addressed to adults (18 years and older) who have a residence permit under the Temporary Protection Directive in Sweden, registered by Swedish Migration Agency (Migrationsverket). For more information, please check here: https://dtm.iom.int/sweden/survey