• Updated 20 November 2022 | Dataset date: May 01, 2022-September 30, 2022
    To strengthen and promote an evidence-based protection response, UNHCR and its partners have been implementing a protection monitoring exercise since May 2022 to regularly collect and analyze data about the profiles, needs and intentions of refugees from Ukraine and monitor changes over time. The exercise covers the following countries that have received refugees from Ukraine: Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Republic of Moldova (5,035), Poland, Romania and Slovakia. The protection monitoring involves household-level interviews conducted at border crossing points, reception and transit centres, collective sites, and assistance points in major cities using a structured questionnaire. Trained enumerators from UNHCR and partners collect data in face-to-face interviews. While respondents are randomly selected to reduce bias, the sample is considered a non-probability sample and results should be considered indicative, meaning they cannot be extrapolated to the population of refugees from Ukraine. The result reflects the refugees' situation and intentions at the time of data collection. This dataset includes 540 household interviews conducted in Hungary between May and September 2022. It is an anonymous version of the original data collected and used for the primary analysis.
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  • Updated 20 November 2022 | Dataset date: May 01, 2022-September 30, 2022
    To strengthen and promote an evidence-based protection response, UNHCR and its partners have been implementing a protection monitoring exercise since May 2022 to regularly collect and analyze data about the profiles, needs and intentions of refugees from Ukraine and monitor changes over time. The exercise covers the following countries that have received refugees from Ukraine: Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Republic of Moldova (5,035), Poland, Romania and Slovakia. The protection monitoring involves household-level interviews conducted at border crossing points, reception and transit centres, collective sites, and assistance points in major cities using a structured questionnaire. Trained enumerators from UNHCR and partners collect data in face-to-face interviews. While respondents are randomly selected to reduce bias, the sample is considered a non-probability sample and results should be considered indicative, meaning they cannot be extrapolated to the population of refugees from Ukraine. The result reflects the refugees' situation and intentions at the time of data collection. This dataset includes 1,390 household interviews conducted in Belarus between May and September 2022. It is an anonymous version of the original data collected and used for the primary analysis.
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  • Updated 20 November 2022 | Dataset date: May 01, 2022-September 30, 2022
    To strengthen and promote an evidence-based protection response, UNHCR and its partners have been implementing a protection monitoring exercise since May 2022 to regularly collect and analyze data about the profiles, needs and intentions of refugees from Ukraine and monitor changes over time. The exercise covers the following countries that have received refugees from Ukraine: Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Republic of Moldova (5,035), Poland, Romania and Slovakia. The protection monitoring involves household-level interviews conducted at border crossing points, reception and transit centres, collective sites, and assistance points in major cities using a structured questionnaire. Trained enumerators from UNHCR and partners collect data in face-to-face interviews. While respondents are randomly selected to reduce bias, the sample is considered a non-probability sample and results should be considered indicative, meaning they cannot be extrapolated to the population of refugees from Ukraine. The result reflects the refugees' situation and intentions at the time of data collection. This dataset includes 18,626 household interviews conducted in Poland between May and September 2022. It is an anonymous version of the original data collected and used for the primary analysis.
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  • Updated 14 November 2022 | Dataset date: August 17, 2021-September 17, 2021
    Between August and September 2021, UNHCR and WFP undertook an assessment of refugees from the Central African Republic in North and South Ubangui provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The main objective of the of the assessment of needs and livelihoods is to understand the basic needs and vulnerabilities, particularly related to livelihoods, of refugees. The assessment was a joint effort between the UNHCR and WFP country offices and the UNHCR-WFP Joint Targetting Hub. Data collection took place from August 17 to September 17, 2021 in the four refugee camps of Bili and Inke (North Ubangi) and Boyabu and Mole (South Ubangi). 1,450 households were selected using stratified random sampling, with 1,328 were retained. See more details in the report. This dataset represents an anonymous version of the original dataset.
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  • Updated 14 November 2022 | Dataset date: February 14, 2021-March 19, 2021
    Between February and March 2021, UNHCR and WFP undertook an assessment of refugees from South Sudan in the sites of Biringi (Ituri province), Bele and Meri (Haut Uélé province) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The objective of the assessment was to update the basic knowledge on the humanitarian needs of the whole South Sudanese refugee population in these sites to inform programmatic decisions and assess the relevance of a harmonized humanitarian targetting strategy based on level of vulnerability. The assessment was carried out jointly by UNHCR and WFP. All refugee households in all sites were interviewed, consisting of 8,630 households. This dataset represents an anonymous version of the original dataset. A 20% random sample of the original dataset was drawn as part of the anonymization. The sample was stratified by site (Mele, Beri and Biringi). The variable survey_weight provide the final weights.
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  • Updated 14 November 2022 | Dataset date: January 01, 2021-January 31, 2021
    In January 2021, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the World Food Programme (WFP) undertook an assessment of refugees from Burundi in the Lusenda and Mulongwe refugee camps in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The objective of the assessment was to assess the relevance of UNHCR and WFP's targeting in the context of Burundian refugees and possibly develop a targeting strategy harmonized as much as possible with other refugee populations in DRC. A secondary objective was to introduce barcodes linked to unique identifiers used in registration. This vulnerability assessment was conducted through an exhaustive inventory of all refugee households living in the Lusenda and Mulongwe camps (South Kivu) as well as those living outside the camps and who went to the interview locations in the camps. The survey targeted Burundian refugee households assisted by WFP and UNHCR. The data collected during the survey are quantitative and were supplemented by qualitative data collected in February 2021 in the camps of Lusenda and Mulongwe through four focus group discussions per camp for a total of eight focus groups. All refugee households in Lusenda and Mulongwe camps as well as those living outside the camp, were interviewed with a core set of questions (see variable TypeEnquete, response Ciblage). In addition, 7% of households, randomly selected, participated in a more detailed interview (see variable TypeEnquete, response Exhaustive). A total of 7,873 households were selected. This dataset represents an anonymous version of the original dataset. A sample of the original dataset was drawn as part of the anonymization. The sample was stratified by camp (Lusenda or Muolongwe) and the type of survey (Ciblage or Exhaustive). All respondents that were part of the Exhaustive survey were preserved, while a random sample of the respondents that were part of the Ciblage survey was taken. The variable strata defines which records correspond with which group, and survey_weight provide the final weights.
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  • Updated 14 November 2022 | Dataset date: October 03, 2021-October 17, 2021
    In October 2021, UNHCR and WFP undertook an assessment of refugees from the Central African Republic living with host families in Zongo (South Ubangi) and Yakoma (North Ubangi) in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The main objective of the of the assessment was to refine a targeting strategy that identifies the most vulnerable and supports them through assistance tailored to their needs and priorities, with a view to facilitating and achieving self-reliance. The assessment was a joint effort between the UNHCR and WFP country offices and the UNHCR-WFP Joint Hub. Data collection took place from 3 to 17 October, 2021, in four settlements. 770 households were selected using systematic random sampling. See more details in the report. This dataset represents an anonymous version of the original dataset.
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  • Updated 14 November 2022 | Dataset date: January 01, 2021-December 31, 2021
    Following the change in authority in Afghanistan on 15 August 2021, UNHCR introduced a rapid assessment methodology to quickly assess humanitarian and protection needs throughout the country as part of scale-up by UNHCR to respond to the unfolding crisis. The assessments were carried out between October - December 2021. The primary focus of the assessments were IDPs and IDP returnees who account for the majority of the households interviewed in these assessments. Nonetheless, as UNHCR takes a whole-of-community approach in its assistance programme, vulnerable host community members were also assessed, alongside a small number of refugee returnees, asylum seekers and refugees, as well as deported and spontaneous returnees under an area-based approach. The majority of the assessments were conducted in the Southern Region due to the fact that conflict increased over JuneJuly 2021 in the South and people were displaced into urban areas and could not be reached. When the fighting subsided following the change in authority on 15 August 2021, many families immediately returned to their places of origin. As their needs were assumed to be high, they were prioritized for assessment.
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  • Updated 14 November 2022 | Dataset date: May 11, 2022-June 17, 2022
    This flow monitoring seeks to analyze the population mobility's dynamics of Venezuelan refugees and migrants at the border, their protection needs and vulnerabilities in the context of the COVID-19 emergency. For the most part, families in transit are walking or asking for hitchhiking and crossing the borders by irregular steps, this increases protection risks on the route. The analysis of this information contributes to the design of responses to mitigate protection risks. The results should be considered as general indicators and are not statistically representative.
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  • Updated 14 November 2022 | Dataset date: May 09, 2022-May 24, 2022
    This flow monitoring seeks to analyze the population mobility's dynamics of Venezuelan refugees and migrants at the border, their protection needs and vulnerabilities. For the most part, families in transit are walking or asking for hitchhiking and crossing the borders by irregular steps, this increases protection risks on the route. The analysis of this information contributes to the design of responses to mitigate protection risks. The results should be considered as general indicators and are not statistically representative.
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  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: October 07, 2020-September 13, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: November 24, 2020-September 01, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: October 23, 2020-April 05, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: February 06, 2021-February 15, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: October 06, 2021-July 07, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: March 09, 2021-June 30, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: September 30, 2020-May 09, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: October 01, 2021-February 25, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: September 17, 2020-August 01, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: October 23, 2020-June 06, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: July 29, 2020-October 21, 2021
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: September 02, 2021-April 21, 2022
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 10 November 2022 | Dataset date: July 20, 2021-October 05, 2021
    InterAction is an alliance of international NGOs, all working to make the world a more peaceful, just, and prosperous place. NGO Aid Map highlights the work of InterAction Member NGOs around the globe.
    This dataset updates: Every month
  • Updated 7 November 2022 | Dataset date: September 19, 2020-September 28, 2020
    Against the recent COVID-19 pandemic and its secondary socio-economic impact, the objective of theJoint Needs Assessment (JNA) was to provide an update on the level of vulnerability and livelihoodresilience among refugee households in Mantapala settlement. Livelihood challenges and opportunities had to be identified and socio-economic profiles developed for those most vulnerable and affected bythe pandemic. Lastly, the JNA was to inform programmatic decisions and suggest the most appropriate and feasible targeting approach for future interventions by WFP and UNHCR. An extensive literature review and technical discussions took place to identify the knowledge gap during the assessment design phase. The data collection for the assessment took place in Mantapala settlement between the 19 - 28 September 2020. A total of 1,128 randomly selected households were interviewed based on a structured questionnaire. Additionally, five focus group discussions and two key informant interviews were conducted. Findings are statistically representative at the settlement level. This dataset is an anonymous version of the household data collected through the structured questionnaire. It was processed by UNHCR and WFP. Data users should be aware that the data includesa number of households that are composed of only minors (under the age of 18). This is a known vulnerability in the settlement, and not an error in the dataset.
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  • Updated 7 November 2022 | Dataset date: July 18, 2022-August 10, 2022
    Starting in February 2022, an increasing number of refugees and third-country nationals (TCNs) entering Slovakia was registered as a result of the war in Ukraine. As of 25 May 2022, Slovak authorities reported over 450,000 arrivals from Ukraine out of whom close to 420,000 were Ukrainian refugees and close to 14,000 TCNs. Data collected by REACH between March and June 2022 also indicated that 38% of respondents crossing the border into Slovakia considered it as their final destination and that 65% of those intended to stay in the country as long as the conflict in Ukraine continued. To respond to their needs, collective centers (CCs) were to host the refugees. While these centers play a key role in the humanitarian response, the overwhelming majority of refugees reside in the host community; however, little to no information is currently available (May 2022) to response actors regarding their demographic profile, household composition, geographical presence, vulnerabilities, humanitarian needs, movement intentions, or coping capacities. In this context, REACH with the support of UNHCR undertook a multi-sector needs assessment (MSNA) light with the global objective of supporting an evidence-based humanitarian response in Slovakia through the provision of multi-sectoral data about the needs and coping capacities of Ukrainian refugee households in the country. Data collection took place between 18 July and 12 August2022. This dataset is the anonymous version of the original dataset. Note that the variable nationality was removed from the dataset to protect data subjects, however all but one respondent was of Ukrainian nationality.
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