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Refugees from Ukraine across Europe: October to December 2023

Explore Casa Ucrania Foundation's impactful initiatives for Ukrainian refugees across Ucraina and Spain. Discover the latest news, refugee situation across Europe, and how you can contribute to the well-being of displaced families.


Explore Casa Ucrania Foundation's impactful initiatives for Ukrainian refugees across Ucraina and Spain. Discover the latest news, refugee situation across Europe, and how you can contribute to the well-being of displaced families. Donate today for a brighter tomorrow.
Refugees from Ukraine across Europe: October to December 2023. The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations. *Serbia and Kosovo (S/RES/1244 [1999]) Source: UNHCR Regional Bureau for Europe.

Amidst the ongoing refugee crisis stemming from Ukraine, the Casa Ucrania Foundation extends its unwavering support to those in need. From October to December 2023, our efforts span across Ukraine and Spain, focusing on crucial aspects of refugee assistance.


Blue Dot Hubs Operations:


Operating in Bulgaria, Hungary, the Republic of Moldova, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia, our Digital Blue Dot platform is a regional beacon of information. Providing real-time data on accommodation, childcare, education, legal stay, medical care, and more, these hubs serve as vital resources. Note that while three Blue Dot hubs in Moldova have recently closed, all hubs in Romania have ceased operations.


Refugee Reach:


Donators's impact is felt through 26 operational Blue Dot Hubs, reaching an impressive 235,030 refugees across Bulgaria, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, and Slovakia as of October 24, 2023.


Regional Statistics:

  • Bulgaria: 52,675 refugees recorded

  • Czech Republic: 363,160 refugees recorded

  • Hungary: 53,375 refugees recorded

  • Poland: 958,935 refugees recorded

  • Spain: 180,000 refugees recorded

  • Moldova: 113,000 refugees recorded

  • Romania: 83,835 refugees recorded

  • Slovakia: 109,115 refugees recorded

  • Belarus: 32,435 refugees recorded

  • Estonia: 50,450 refugees recorded

  • Georgia: 27,397 refugees recorded

  • Latvia: 32,470 refugees recorded

  • Lithuania: 0,690 refugees recorded


Total: 2,057,537 refugees recorded.


Casa Ucrania's Clusters in Ukraine:


Leading three key clusters in Ukraine, we focus on coordination, management of protection camps, and the provision of essential items. Activated in March 2022, Clusters coordinates efforts among four Casa Ucrania partners, supporting 1,800 people in collective sites throughout 2023.


2023 Goals:


Our work in 2023 is dedicated to ensuring non-discriminatory access to protection and assistance for refugees, with a special focus on families with children at risk. Socio-economic integration efforts recognize the challenges faced by refugees due to prolonged displacement. Educational support is extended to both Ukrainian and refugee children in Spain, fostering solidarity and cohesion.


Continued Coordination:


Inter-agency coordination activities, led by Casa Ucrania, along with ad hoc teams, persist at both Ukrainian and Spanish levels, supporting the efforts of respective governments. Join us in this humanitarian journey, contribute to Casa Ucrania's initiatives, and make a difference in the lives of Ukrainian refugees. Donate today for a brighter tomorrow.


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