The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is mobilizing teams and boosting capacity in Ukraine and neighbouring countries to respond to the growing humanitarian needs of Ukrainians forced to flee the country, those internally displaced, and stranded third-country nationals. This page compiles the latest news and resources related to IOM's response in Ukraine and the region, as well as IOM hotlines to support persons affected by the war in Ukraine and in different countries

The Organization’s number one priority is the safety and protection of all those fleeing the country – including third country nationals – and their ability to access assistance. It will also be crucial to screen for and assess potential short-term and longer-term vulnerabilities, including for human trafficking, child protection, health and mental health, and the arrival of more vulnerable people with special needs, including elderly, wounded or sick people.


Hundreds of thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes in search of safety. The situation is evolving by the hour and the needs of vulnerable and displaced persons are increasing drastically.

IOM has been in Ukraine since 1996 and is committed to staying and delivering vital assistance to those fleeing the country, the internally displaced, migrants and third-country nationals. We stand ready to respond to the emerging humanitarian needs in the country and the region.

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