IOM JOINS A NATIONWIDE INFORMATION CAMPAIGN #END_HUMAN_TRAFFICKING

On the World Day against Trafficking in Persons, 30 July, the IOM Mission in Ukraine, together with government and non-governmental partners, invited everyone to join a nationwide information campaign #EndHumanTrafficking. 

SELF-EMPLOYMENT GRANTS FOR THE VETERANS

Veterans of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, who live in Kyiv, Lviv or Dnipropetrovsk region and would like to start or have already started their own business, have an opportunity to receive an in-kind grant for equipment.

 

CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE VETERANS

Veterans of the conflict in eastern Ukraine living in Kyiv, Lviv or Dnipropetrovsk region and willing to study, have an opportunity to receive a grant for vocational courses, re-qualification or advanced training.

 

IOM, EU SUPPORT BELARUS-UKRAINE BORDER DEMARCATION AND SECURITY

The UN Migration Agency (IOM) and the European Union will help Belarus and Ukraine make their joint border more secure with a new project aimed to support state border demarcation process, improving the border crossing points infrastructure and strengthen bilateral cooperation and coordination between the two countries. 

 

DISPLACED PEOPLE PUT ROOTS DOWN IN NEW COMMUNITIES

Despite the economic challenges, IDPs in Ukraine tend to stay in their current places of residence and build relationships with host communities, revealed the latest IOM survey

SOCIAL NETWORKS

           

ANNOUNCEMENT

Information for those
moving to the U.S.,
Australia
and New Zealand

Learn more

 

TRANSPARENCY

 

a toll-free hotline to provide information to IDPs

A pre-departure seminar for those who emigrate to Canada