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CDAC Network

CDAC Network members have been on the front line of the response, creating tools and resources for those working on the Ukraine response. This page will continually be updated: if you have resources to share, please send them across to

CDAC Network


Distance Education - Ukranian Online School


Education cannot wait


Facebook WHO



List of Teaching Resources about Ukraine War


OCHA Relief Web


Polish Migration Forum Foundation


Polish Migration Forum Foundation (PFM) was established in 2007 to promote the rights of migrants in Poland. It is registered in the Polish court, KRS, at the number 0000272075. PFM holds a status of a "Public Benefit Organization" (OPP).


At PFM, we want Poland to be a country where people of different races, religions and cultures live in harmony and respectfully, striving for agreement and cooperation. Our mission is to support the integration of people who migrate to Poland - so that it can become their second homeland. 


PFM works for the integration of foreigners and Poles living abroad. We develop initiatives and support activities that lead to dialogue between people representing various cultures. The Foundation specialises in informational activities by providing: direct support to foreigners (psychological, about the job market, regarding legalisation of stay), trainings (for teachers, psychologists, government officials), and activities in between formal and informal education (workshops, city games). PFM supports migrant women in a special way by organising childbirth schools and support groups for migrant mothers. 


We are innovative:

  • We are always looking for new modes of action
  • We analyse migrants' needs and respond flexibly
  • We use our team's interdisciplinary knowledge in developing our activities

We are involved:

  • We put a lot of heart and commitment into each one of our meetings with beneficiaries
  • We are a team of activists - actions supporting foreigners are personally important to us
  • We actively engage volunteers in our work

We operate with an attention to quality:

  • We operate comprehensively. We make sure that foreigners can receive support from us in various aspects of their lives.
  • It is important for us to always improve our team's competencies. We participate in trainings, seminars and study visits.


Romani Support for Refugees

On this platform created by Code for Romania in partnership with the Department of Emergency Situations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the UN Refugee Agency, the International Organization for Migration and the Romanian National Council for Refugees civilians fleeing the war in Ukraine can find all relevant information about seeking protection in Romania.



Ukraine eBook translation volunteers

UNHCR Ukraine