Romania Site Monitoring Factsheet - UNHCR x DSU - October 2023

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Document Type: Panel de indicadores y hojas informativas
Document Type: English
Publish Date: 5 October 2023 (8 months ago)
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Romania Site Monitoring Factsheet - UNHCR x DSU - October 2023

Document Type: Panel de indicadores y hojas informativas
Document Language: English
Since 24 February 2022 until 31st of July 2023, more than 5.8 million refugees have fled Ukraine, with 3,718,957 refugees crossing directly from Ukraine into Romania, around 94,866 of whom have remained in the country. To respond to the immediate needs of refugees, including accommodation, the Romanian Government together with the civil society and local authorities, have established more than 1,000 Collective centres across the country. As of 16th of July 2023, these centres had a reported capacity to host 46,712 refugees and a great part of them have been opened for around 16 months. To monitor the situation and identify the potential needs of these centres, the Romanian Department for Emergency Situations (DSU) together with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, designed, implemented and updated a Site Monitoring survey following the two rounds of assessment that took place in 2022. This factsheet presents the aggregated findings of this survey. The information presented here should be considered indicative of the

Sectors

  •  Basic Needs

Locations

  • Romania

Population Group

Country Group
Ukraine - Refugees
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