The Department of Social Protection has issued PPSNs to 62,425 individuals from Ukraine under the Temporary Protection Directive as of November 6th.
The information was released today by the CSO. 89% showed activity in administrative data after 31 August 2022, based on data currently available to the (CSO).
The details released today shows that 1,107 PPSNs issued relate to county Tipperary Local Electoral Areas as follows –
Newport 16, Cahir 61, Roscrea/Templemore 103, Carrick on Suir 124, Thurles 142, Nenagh 183, Clonmel 219 and Cashel Tipperary LEA 259.
Women and men, aged 20 and over, account for 46% and 20% respectively of arrivals to date, while individuals aged 0-19 (both male and female) make up for 34% of arrivals. There were 8,618 arrivals enrolled in further education and training courses on the 01 November 2022, of which 7,417 enrolled in further education English language courses.
Refugees as a percentage of the de facto population as a percentage of the preliminary Census 2022 for the Tipperary LEAs is as follows:
Newport 0.09%, Cahir 0.41%, Roscrea/Templemore 0.6%, Carrick on Suir 0.61%, Thurles 0.71%, Nenagh 0.79%, Clonmel 0.88% and Cashel/Tipperary LEA 0.89%.
Killarney in Co. Kerry had the highest number of associated arrivals from Ukraine at 1,899. The rate per 100 of the population ranges across all LEAs in the country from 0.08% to 8.88%. The LEA with the highest rate was Ennistymon in County Clare.