Rapid Survey of the 50-20 Programme - UNHCR Romania Thematic Report
Following the international armed conflict that started on 24 February in Ukraine, more than 2.3 million refugees have crossed the border to Romania, with 98,338 choosing to stay in Romania as of December 2022. In response to this and amongst other measures, the 50/20 Programme was initiated by the Romanian Government through the adoption of Government Emergency Ordinance no 15/2022 on 27 February. The programme aims to ensure the provision of accommodation and food to the refugees residing in the country by facilitating the payment of RON 50/person/day for accommodation and RON 20/person/day for food to Romanian citizens hosting refugees fleeing the conflict in Ukraine. After 9 months of the programme’s implementation, UNHCR has launched an assessment to evaluate the impact, use and satisfaction of the programme by refugees coming from Ukraine.
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