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  • 5 Million to finance energy efficiency of public buildings in Ukraine Jun 23, 2017

    UNDP is launching a new project on improving energy efficiency of public buildings in Ukraine, such as hospitals, schools, governmental and higher education facilities, kindergartens, orphanages, pharmacies, employment centres, libraries and museums in small and medium sized cities. The project will enable municipalities to directly implement energy efficiency measures by providing technical support to Energy Service Companies.

  • New center in Druzhkivka can provide 120,000 people over a hundred quality services Jun 22, 2017

    The Center for Administrative Service Provision (TsNAP) in Druzhkivka, Donetsk Oblast, is fully operational now and will render 139 services to 120,000 people in and around the city. The TsNAP was fully equipped under the UNDP Recovery and Peacebuilding Programme and with funding from the European Union.

  • Donetsk oblast residents can find information about free medicines through Internet Jun 14, 2017

    Residents of Donetsk oblast can now obtain information regarding state-funded medicines available in all hospitals of the region through web-site http://eliky.in.ua/. Rivne, Odesa, Khmelnytsky and Zaporizhzhya regions and partly Chernivtsi, Chernihiv, Volyn, Zakarpattya, Luhansk, Ternopil regions and the city of Kyiv are currently connected to the platform.

  • Moldova procures Ukrainian medicines through UNDP Jun 9, 2017

    The United Nations Development Programme is procuring medicines not only for Ukraine, but now also for neighboring Moldova. Procurement through UNDP allowed a Ukrainian manufacturer to reach a new market.

  • Survey finds proliferation of Black Sea pollutants Jun 8, 2017

    The Black Sea has twice as much floating plastic as any other sea in Europe, according to an environmental survey funded by the European Union and the UNDP.

  • Black Sea is damaged by human activity, the environmental research reveals May 30, 2017

    The Black Sea Monitoring Surveys examined the environmental status of the Black Sea, screened emerging pollutants, studied marine litter and aquatic life below the oxygen layer, and compiled a photographic identity catalogue of dolphins. The research identified most pressing challenges faced by the Black Sea in the last 20 years and highlighted the need for coordinated response of the Black Sea countries in line with the European Union water legislation.

  • UNDP information regarding tender case UNDP RFP UKR/2015/97 “Development of Software of Electronic Asset Declaration System for Ukraine” May 25, 2017

    In order to satisfy the public interest and in response to incorrect information circulating in the media about the case in question, UNDP in Ukraine is sharing the details regarding UNDP tender UKR/2015/97 “Development of Software of Electronic Asset Declaration System for Ukraine”.

  • Progress in procurement of medicines for adult oncology and child oncology and oncohematology programs May 24, 2017

    According to the agreement with the Ministry of Health, UNDP carries out procurement of medicines and medical devices under 23 programs, including the areas of adult and child oncology and oncohematology. To date, 92 to 96 lots ordered by the Ministry of Health of Ukraine under the adult oncology program, are procured.

  • International procurement brings new medicines to the Ukrainian market: the case of transplant medication May 24, 2017

    While lowering the price paid by the Government to purchase well established medicines, international procurement is also bringing new medicines, previously unseen in Ukraine, to the country’s patients. The current list of registered medicines in Ukraine counts about 10,000 products, while a lot of high-quality medicines, mostly generics, are still not present on the market.

  • Impact Hub and UNDP launch the 2017 edition of Accelerate2030 May 12, 2017

    Impact Hub and UNDP are announcing the launch of the second edition of Accelerate2030, an international cross-border scaling program for impact-driven ventures. This year, ventures from 17 countries across 4 continents are encouraged to apply to this unique acceleration program, including Ukraine.