Situation Report – 14 June 2022
- HIA has reached 108,003 people so far, providing emergency access to basic humanitarian aid, protection activities and other services both in Ukraine and in Hungary.
- Soon to open HIA Refugee Support and Integration Centre in Budapest will provide assistance to refugees from Ukraine through various services (in-kind support, social work, accommodation referral, labour market programmes, vocational trainings and community space) to support their integration into the society; special attention will be paid to the needs of unaccompanied minors, people with disabilities and the elderly.
- With the two types of cash assistance – the Flexible Small Grant and multipurpose cash assistance – HIA empowers people and communities to flexibly meet their urgent basic needs. It offers the simplest, most direct method of meeting a crisis‑affected community’s diverse needs, such as in-kind support, restoration and protection activity.
- HIA purchased and transported 689 metric tons food, essential non-food items and medical equipment so far to support the victims of the conflict in Ukraine.
- In Hungary, HIA accommodated 467 refugees in community shelters and helped them with information services, in access to transportation, job search and family reunion. Also continued the provision of food aid and information services in BOK arena to 446 refugees, arriving in Budapest. In the Child Friendly Space at Budapest Airport HIA provided safe hub for 79 refugees arriving from Ukraine.
- Read more in the HIA Situation Report attached