Lidiya Movchan (Ukraine)
Project Associate, UNDP Ukraine, Democratic Governance Portfolio
Lidiya joined UNDP Ukraine as a training support specialist for the Chornobyl Programme in September 2001. From 2005 to 2020 she has worked on numerous programmes and projects, including the Chornobyl Recovery and Development Programme and the Civil Society for Enhanced Democracy and Human Rights in Ukraine project. Over the years she has managed the administrative and financial operations of several UNDP projects, in areas including financial and human resource management, procurement, logistics, and ICT services, ensuring there is consistent and efficient service delivery to project teams and stakeholders.
Lidiya holds an honours diploma in Civil Engineering, majoring in Heat, gas supply, ventilation and environmental protection, from Kyiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, and a diploma in Economics, majoring in business accounting and auditing, from Kyiv State Institute of Manpower Development. She is married and has one child.
UNDP and me
“Following the inspirational advice of Gandhi, I believe we all need to be the change you want to see in the world. The future belongs to those who learn more skills and combine them creatively. To me, UNDP offers a fulfilling environment that gives you the satisfaction of contributing to peace and security, human rights, and sustainable human development.”