The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (MESU) together with the SSI “Institute of Educational Analytics”, Ukraine Education Cluster, in partnership with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the International NGO “Save the Children” and other partners conducted a survey to identify urgent needs of the education sector functioning in the conditions martial law, in particular the needs of internally displaced students and teaching staff.

The findings presented in this report rely on the data inputs received directly from hromada representatives via the Needs Assessment Survey (NAS) between 6 May and 6 June 2022 as well as from additional follow up data gathering and actualization conducted by MESU with the help of local education authorities during the period of 1-8 of June 2022. It highlights the challenges and changes in Ukraine’s education system brought up by the ongoing war by evaluating the current trends against the baseline indicators of pre-war period. This report also incorporates existing secondary data and needs assessments conducted after 24 February 2022 by UN agencies, MESU, INGOs, and other relevant actors.

The survey covered preschool, general, secondary, out-of-school and vocational (vocational and technical) education levels and enabled community representatives to estimate and report on the challenges and needs under the following sections:

  • Educational infrastructure and access, including digital needs;
  • IDP learners (after 24 February 2022);
  • IDP teachers (after 24 February 2022);
  • professional needs of teachers;
  • needs in mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) for teachers and learners;
  • inclusive education;
  • financial management.

The final report of the study is available at:


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