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This is the third fact sheet that summarizes the results of displacement surveys initiated by IOM in partnership with UN Women to assess the needs and vulnerabilities of refugees and third-countries nationals fleeing into the Republic of Moldova from Ukraine. This report presents an analysis based on the 9,978 interviews conducted between 9 March and 22 April 2022.
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This report is based on a survey of displacement patterns, needs and intentions commissioned by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in partnership with UN Women. Face-to-face surveys were conducted by trained enumerators from CBS-AXA Research at entry, exit, transit points and accommodation centres with Ukrainian refugees and third-country nationals.
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This report is based on a survey of displacement patterns, needs and intentions commissioned by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in partnership with UN Women.
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This factsheet provides up-to-date data about the demographic profiles of refugees from Ukraine hosted by the Republic of Moldova.
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The study ”Services provided to migrant women, especially to returnee women, and the creation of a dialogue platform for migrant women” revealed the following:- Returnees are not acquainted with services available neither how to access them;- Local public authorities and non-governmental organizations are not really acquainted with other services provided at the local level besides their services.
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Positive Champion - The person who broke the norm and found ways to achieve greater results with the same resources. This term was coined by the women from Moldova who overcame violence and who are helping other women do the same.
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Gender responsive budgeting (GRB) means gender mainstreaming in the budget process, which involves regular assessment and analysis of the budget impact on women and men, corroborated by the analysis and adjustment of relevant policies to reduce gender disparities. This type of budgeting promotes greater accountability on the performance of governments in using public resources by purpose in correlation with the needs of beneficiaries, women and men, girls and boys, and applies the gender mainstreaming in all public policies in accordance with international treaties and national development strategies.
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This brief provides guidance on the elaboration of policies, including the effects of migration, on development strategies from gender perspective, and is intended for professionals responsible for implementing diaspora policies in ministries and other central administrative authorities (migration focal points, technical level) concerned by this problem.