Our Projects

Recovery & Peacebuilding

  • Restoration of Governance and Reconciliation in Crisis-Affected Communities of Ukraine

    The joint project will apply approaches to development that are based on Human Rights and gender equality, which make beneficiaries the agents of their own development rather than the mere passive recipients of external aid and services. Such approaches also place special emphasis on promotion of gender equality and ensuring gender-sensitive approaches throughout implementation of the proposed interventions.

  • Early Recovery Programme

    The EIB-supported programme provides early recovery investments on critical infrastructure in conflict-affected areas, and basic needs to ensure decent living conditions for displaced people and host communities.

Democratic Governance

  • Procurement Support Services to the Ministry of Health of Ukraine

    The challenges and failures of the Ministry of Health’s public procurement and supply programme resulted in a two-year gap of available medicine in the country from 2013-2015. At the request of the Ministry of Health, this project will procure a range of medicines and related medical products as an emergency measure in 2015 and ongoing years as needed. The programme will also build the capacity needed to support a transparent and cost-effective procurement system for the Ministry.

  • Community Based Approach To Local Development Project, Phase III (CBA-III)

    The Community-based Approach to Local Development (CBA) project promotes sustainable socio-economic development at local level by strengthening participatory governance and fostering community-based initiatives throughout Ukraine.It mobilizes local authorities, community organizations and private sector to plan and carry out together projects aimed at improving the living conditions of people in urban and rural areas.

Environment and Energy

  • Development and Commercialization of Bioenergy Technologies in the Municipal Sector in Ukraine

    The objective of the project is to accelerate sustainable agricultural biomass utilization for municipal heat and hot water services in Ukraine by introducing a conducive regulatory framework and by establishing a financial support mechanism. It is envisaged that this project will enable Ukraine to substantially move closer to its target of having some 7% of the country’s annual primary energy requirements for heating and hot water services supplied by biomass by 2030, as outlined in the “Energy Strategy of Ukraine to 2030”.

  • Integrating Rio Convention Provisions into Ukraine’s National Policy Framework

    The goal of this project is to catalyze Ukraine's implementation of the three Rio Conventions on a strengthened policy and institutionally sustainable development baseline. To this end, the project will focus on mainstreaming Rio Convention provisions into Ukraine's broader national development framework and strengthening related capacities to implement this framework