21 December, 2022

Mapping and Rapid Assessment of Existing National NGO Coordination Mechanisms Focusing on Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the Republic of Moldova

Subject / Coordination /
Asssessment Report

The report provides an analysis and mapping of NGO coordination structures and responses in neighboring countries to Ukraine, specifically Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the Republic of Moldova. It includes interviews with representatives from LNGOs, NNGOs, INGOs, UN agencies, and various organizations working with different groups such as people living with disabilities, mental health conditions, women-led organizations, migrant-led organizations, refugee-led organizations, youth organizations, and diaspora. The interviews highlighted the importance of partnerships, collaboration with international organizations, and the need for improved communication. There is a strong emphasis on involving local NGOs in the coordination of the response to leverage local expertise and ensure efficient alignment with existing coordination processes.