UNDP supported a survey on how Ukrainians perceived the lockdown measures introduced by the Government in Ukraine in spring 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic
Specially equipped truck provided by UNDP and Canada will bring public services closer to vulnerable people, those living close to ‘contact line’.
Not only violence survivors will be able to timely receive a place to hide from the offender, but also get psychological, social and legal help and support.
Oxygen concentrators will be used in hospitals for oxygen therapy to treat patients with respiratory disorders and alleviate COVID-19 symptoms.
First meeting of the Climate Change Adaptation Working Group discusses priorities of Ukraine’s climate strategy
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Ukraine, in partnership with German development agency GIZ, is implementing an ambitious project to support sustainable development in Ukraine by raising awareness of the issue among civil servants, the business community and civic leaders.
The UNDP-supported research identified challenges and provided recommendations on how to improve the situation with women’s and girls' rights during the COVID-19 pandemic

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44.8 million

Population

61 out of 160 countries

Gender Inequality Index

20.5%

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0.750

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