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  • During USAID City Days representatives of USAID’s Municipal Energy Reform Project show kids how to make a model of a wind turbine, how it works, what types of alternative energy exist and what benefits alternative energy sources bring to people.

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  • A former victim of trafficking developed the art installation “Invisible in Plain Sight” to raise awareness of this modern-day form of slavery. He produced 120 wooden silhouettes, which symbolizes the 120,000 Ukrainians that have been trafficked abroad.

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  • USAID provides opportunities for young people in eastern Ukraine to experience Ukrainian culture and get active in social initiatives.

  • Head of Ministry of Health Central Reference Laboratory Anna Barbova supervises a laboratory specialist, who conducts smear microscopy testing at a TB laboratory.

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  • USAID invested more than $100,000 to help NovoKairy village, Kherson Oblast develop its irrigation system, purchasing the hardware needed to develop a pumping station and connect the irrigation system to the nearby Kakhovka Water Reservoir.

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Psychologists utilize a variety of techniques to help kids overcome their fears.
Ukrainian Children, Displaced By Conflict, Adjust to New Settings
Olga Chichina presents her advocacy campaign for out-of-school education reform on the last day of the IRI Political Leadership Academy.
Council Member Expands Education for Local Youth in Ukraine
A new sprinkling machine at the Adelaida farm in Kherson Oblast.
New Irrigation System Saves Energy, Expands Fertile Land in Ukraine

About Ukraine

Bridging Europe and Eurasia, Ukraine’s geography makes it central to regional stability and security.  Today’s Ukraine struggles to unify with its western neighbors by pursuing pro-European reforms while staving off Russian-backed separatists fighting within its eastern borders.  In this context, USAID works with leaders throughout Ukraine to build a stable, democratic, and prosperous future.  USAID programs primarily focus on good governance, economic growth, strengthened health services and humanitarian assistance. Since 1992, USAID contributed approximately $1.9 billion to Ukraine’s economic and social development.

Today, USAID helps mitigate the effects of conflict in Ukraine’s East and aids Ukraine’s most vulnerable conflict-affected populations as they adapt from conflict and settle in new communities.

USAID development assistance supports more participatory, transparent, and accountable governance; citizen inclusion in democratic, economic, and social reforms; broad-based resilient economic development; enhanced energy security; and improved health services for Ukrainians.

USAID also supports U.S. Presidential Initiatives on Global Health and Global Climate Change.

Official USAID solicitations occur only through www.grants.gov and www.fbo.gov

Contact Information

Mission Contact

4 Igor Sikorsky Street
Postal Code - M 

USAID Contact

Alison Case
U.S. Agency for International Development
Bureau for Europe and Eurasia, SA-44
, DC 
(202) 567-5148
(202) 567-4261