That's according to the CEO of Irish Rural Link.
Transport, broadband and isolation are among the issues faced by Ukrainian refugees living in rural Ireland.
That's according to the CEO of Irish Rural Link, Seamus Boland, who says those fleeing the war are struggling to adjust to life in isolated areas.
33,000 displaced Ukrainians are expected to arrive in Ireland by the end of May.
The Offaly man says a wide range of services must be made available for refugees: