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INTERNATIONAL RENAISSANCE FOUNDATION Annual Report 2011

THE INTERNATIONAL RENAISSANCE FOUNDATION EXPRESSES SINCERE GRATITUDE TO ALL PARTNERS WHO PROVIDE FINANCIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT IN BUILDING AN OPEN DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY IN UKRAINE.


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The International Renaissance Foundation continues to issue open reports about its work in 2011 to implement the Foundation’s mission of promoting an open and democratic society in Ukraine. We have provided grants and expert support to various projects proposed by NGOs, think tanks, schools, culture clubs, libraries, charity foundations, and so on. Central and local government agencies have joined in a number of important initiatives. In 2011, the Foundation provided grants for about UAH 62,000,000 that it had received from the Open Society Institute (Open Society Foundations, New York, since last year) and its founder George Soros. The IRF is about to end its Anti-crisis Humanitarian Program that we started in 2009 on recommendation of the founder. In 2011 alone, the program supported the Ukrainians who had most suffered from the financial crisis by giving out grants in the amount of over UAH 10,000,000. Last year was difficult for the Foundation and its mission. The government had taken momentous efforts to consolidate power and, at the same time, attack

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democratic freedoms, however it did not yield any tangible results in terms of the badly needed and highly publicized reforms. The low level of public confidence in the government, and therefore reforms, did not considerably increase public confidence in the opposition. The situation with democracy and the rule of law did not improve compared to 2010, and many European and international institutions noted negative developments in the area. All of those factors did not allow Ukraine to sign the Association Agreement with the EU that was so important for domestic transformations and European integration ambitions of Ukraine. The ruling administration has tried to improve the situation by drafting and adopting some overdue legislation in the areas of access to public information, justice, housing and others. Civic councils have stepped up their activities to provide advice to government agencies of various levels, but this has not solved the systemic problem of real public engagement in reform policies. Similarly, individual representatives of the civil society have been invited to sit on advisory committees and assemblies under the President of Ukraine, but it does not amount to full-fledged participation of NGOs and independent think tanks in decision-making on all government levels and public control of its implementation. Broad groups of citizens who are aware of their rights see with increasing clarity that the country needs renovation, and effective democracy should replace the authoritarian and populist rule. New civic initiatives emerge and compliment the existing ones to achieve the general goal of establishing political and executive administration that would be fair, non-corrupt, responsible, and accountable to the society at every level. Popular movements of students, entrepreneurs, Chernobyl veterans and others force the government to give heed to their demands more effectively than the traditional political parties. Non-partisan civic initiatives and movements also use the social networks with much greater effect. This year’s parliamentary election campaign will be the litmus test for Ukraine’s democracy as only free and fair election, whatever the outcome, can give this country a chance to embark on the European way of development. This objective is a consolidating factor for many civil society organizations. This is the social and political background for the Foundation’s continuing efforts to solve the challenges mentioned above as well as other problems described in the report. The complete information on all the projects and initiatives supported by the Foundation can be found at www.irf.ua. Yevhen Bystrytsky Executive Director International Renaissance Foundation

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CIVIL SOCIETY

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Legal Empowerment of the Poor Free Legal Aid Access to Information Fighting Discrimination Monitoring Places of Detention

Association with the EU Eastern Partnership Europe without Barriers European Identity of Ukraine

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MEDIA Professional Media Media Literacy New Media

International Partnership Best practice sharing in Ukraine

Public influence on educational policy Anti-corruption efforts in the area of education Right to education Inclusive education

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Palliative care Stop Pain Law and health Access to essential medicines Harm reduction

Education and employment Human rights Health mediators Roma youth

ENHANCEMENT Public control of the government Support to think tanks ņ-governance Community self-organization Interethnic tolerance Responsible energy policy

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Support to Youth Employment Care for Homeless and Elderly People Assistance to Refugees Support to Cultural Institutions


CIVIL SOCIETY IMPACT ENHANCEMENT Public control of the government Support to think tanks Đ•-governance Community self-organization Interethnic tolerance Responsible energy policy

Promoting demand for more transparency and accountability of public authorities


PUBLIC CONTROL OF THE GOVERNMENT On 20 September, 2011, Ukraine officially declared its intention to join the international Open Government Partnership initiative that had been launched by the U.S. and Brazilian presidents and currently included fifty nations around the world. Governments of the member states undertake specific obligations to help promote transparent public governance, use of new technologies to improve quality of governance, engagement of the public in public governance processes, as well as anti-corruption efforts. The Foundation has been providing support to the TORO Creative Union and other non-governmental organizations in the implementation of that initiative in Ukraine, primarily at the central government level. The public’s draft Action Plan for the initiative implementation in Ukraine has been developed, and its provisions were later integrated into the official Action Plan for Ukraine. The Foundation provides support to non-governmental organizations in monitoring government spending. In 2011, assistance was provided to eight civil society initiatives for the monitoring of public procurement in different regions of Ukraine.

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With the assistance of the Foundation, the Political Studies and Analysis Center has monitored tender purchases for education institutions in Rivne, Kherson and Chernihiv oblasts. The findings of the monitoring indicate that the cost of foodstuffs for education institutions often exceeds the average market prices and, sometimes, the foods purchased for children are of low quality. The experts of Krona Charitable Foundation project have detected violations by the Ministry of Health of procurement procedures for the purchase of medicines for child cancer patients. It was established that tendering committees often did not provide adequate information about the tender procedures, which encouraged abuse and the purchase of medicines at artificially inflated prices.

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SUPPORT TO THINK TANKS In 2011, the Foundation provided its assistance to capacity building of regional non-governmental organizations for policy analysis. Five organizations in different regions of Ukraine, namely Donetsk, Mykolaiv, Odessa, Kharkiv, and Storozhynets, Chernivtsi Oblast, studied and suggested solutions to certain complex issues of community development such as housing and utilities, community self-organization, and civic engagement in health protection policy planning. The program encouraged experts of non-governmental

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organizations to participate in an expert group to show the importance of cooperation affecting decision-making and achieving the desired results. In the town of Storozhynets, Chernivtsi Oblast, the transition to individual gas or electric heating systems has brought about a serious problem of heating lower-income households. The project developed a memo suggesting an optimal solution to the problem based on which the executive committee of Storozhynets Town Council adopted a decision to evaluate living conditions and promote energy efficiency in apartment buildings. The project expert group was given the status of advisory board for Storozhynets District Administration. Government agencies in the Donetsk oblast are carrying out an experiment in restructuring health institutions, which includes establishing hospital districts. The Donetsk Oblast branch of the Committee of Voters of Ukraine has studied the legal framework for the experiment to see whether it allows participation of the civil society organizations. It distributed the expert group’s statement on the risks of violation of labor rights during the experiment implementation, and sent an open letter to the head of the Chief Health Department of Donetsk Oblast Administration on inadequate public engagement in the experiment. The organization has reached an agreement with Donetsk Oblast Council on establishing a joint working group for the development of new mechanisms for public participation in health reform, and another agreement with the Chief Health Department on announcing the regional criteria for the establishment of hospital districts.

In Kharkiv, local experts focused their efforts on tackling energy poverty by improving energy efficiency policies in the oblast. Other projects focused on community self-organization issues such as improving municipal policy on community self-organization at the dormitory level in Odessa or promoting public engagement in debates and decision-making to overcome the tuberculosis epidemic in Mykolaiv Oblast.

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Đ•-GOVERNANCE

The Foundation supports the development of e-governance and e-democracy in Ukraine. In 2011, we focused our efforts on improving administrative services provided by government agencies to the public. Assistance was provided in implementing projects for the establishment of administrative service centers in several cities. Centers co-funded by local governments are being established in Lutsk, Ternopil, Khmelnytskyi, and the town of Trostyanets, Sumy Oblast. In Ivano-Frankivsk, the range of administrative services has been expanded to include, among others, electronic waiting lines to apply for

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admission to the city’s pre-school and secondary education institutions, and the rest of the center’s mechanisms and procedures are being improved. A joint competency center (E-governance Community Center) will be established in partnership with the program at the administrative service center in Vinnytsya, the E-governance Workshop website will be developed, and a training course called E-governance School has been drafted. Experts, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations will be developing practices, strategies and standards of electronic governance for local communities in Ukraine.

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COMMUNITY SELF-ORGANIZATION In 2011, the Foundation provided its support to local non-governmental initiatives by running a small grants competition among non-governmental organizations, community self-organization agencies (OSN in Ukrainian), apartment building co-owners associations (OSBB) and community advocacy groups. The projects helped communities defend their rights and interests in their relations with central and local government agencies and providers of social, housing, public utility, and other services. Advocacy campaigns were run in Cherkasy, Luhansk, Rivne and Kirovohrad Oblasts as well as in the cities of Lutsk and Sevastopol. In Lutsk, assistance has been provided to nine advocacy projects aimed at tackling pressing community problems. An OSBB initiated the development of the Program for the Promotion of OSBBs activities in Lutsk for 2012-2014 providing for financial support of OSBBs which was adopted by Lutsk City Council. A department for the promotion of OSBBs, housing and utilities reform, and economic analysis was established at the City Council. Another project called for development of the city’s road transport infrastructure. Based on the project outcomes, a Concept of Bicycle Infrastructure Development was drafted and supported by all factions of the City Council and its Community Board. The City Council was advised to endorse the document.

For condominums representatives, the establishment of a resource center is a way out of the informational vacuum Valentyn Minaiev, head of OSBB in Pavlohrad

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In 2011, support was provided to for OSBB and/or OSN resource centers operating in Zaporizhya, Luhansk, Odessa, Poltava, Dnipropetrovsk and Donetsk Oblasts. Those centers are a place where OSBBs, OSNs and advocacy groups can receive free advisory, legal, informational, institutional, methodological and other types of assistance.


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In late 2010 – early 2011, Luhansk City Administration made an attempt to disband the existing OSNs and instead establish new ones within the districts assigned to city council members. ‘Luhansk Civic Initiative’ NGO ran an advocacy campaign to address the problem which had a positive outcome in that OSNs remained within the former boundaries. Besides, Luhansk officials were introduced to the practices of OSNs in Vinnytsya and Odessa. As a result, Luhansk City Council adopted the Municipal Program for OSN Development, and the resource center that the program had helped set up moved into the premises of the city council. The Program has supported the initiative started by Odessa-based NGO Quality of Life to promote the right of drivers to quality roads and establish permanent public monitoring of the roads. Now drivers can upload photos of bad quality road sections on the 4road.net website. They can also use standard forms to file complaints to government agencies and monitor their response.

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INTERETHNIC TOLERANCE

We have supported the promotion of interethnic tolerance and good neighborly relations among different ethnic communities in Ukraine. Our goal is to promote intercultural dialogue between different ethnic groups and tackle ethnic stereotypes, prejudices and phobias by means of awareness-raising and educational activities among target audiences. Priority was given to regions populated by various ethnic communities such as Crimea, Odessa Oblast, Transcarpathia, and Bukovyna. Top Kaiya Bakhchysarai Center for Regional Development based in the town of Bakhchysarai, Crimea, established a School Center for Tolerance and Neighborliness at a local secondary school. Both schoolchildren and adults attended ornamental painting and decorative molding classes, developed informational materials, and created exhibition pieces with their own hands. Historians and ethnographers of Odessa Oblast have authored a publication on twelve best historic traditions of neighborly relations in the region. The essays covered some current issues of ethnic tolerance promotion in Odessa Oblast. The publication also featured the best essays submitted to the talent competition for schoolchildren and university students called Neighborhood Traditions through the Eyes of Youth, contacts of members of the Board of Representatives of Ethnic and Cultural Associations in the region, and other useful information. In addition to the book, the organization also released posters, DVDs with presentations in different languages, and produced and distributed three videos.

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Representatives of ten ethnic groups from Crimea, Transcarpathia, Bukovyna and Odessa Oblast came together in the Bonfire for Tolerance camp. The camp was attended by fifty young Romanians, Hungarians, Poles, Russians, Armenians, Crimean Tatars, Moldovans, Greeks, and Ukrainians. In addition to training, games and sports, the camp activities included cultural presentations of each ethnicity. The Bonfire for Tolerance camp turned out to be a sort of a platform for trans-regional understanding and conflicts resolution, developing the vision of the future for different ethnicities living in Ukraine, promoting interethnic tolerance among youth, establishing intercultural dialogue between young people, and tackling stereotypes and mutual prejudices. Chernivtsi-based Ukrainian People’s House Association has initiated the development of ethnic tours based on research of cultural heritage of particular ethnicities. The tours have been developed by schoolchildren under the supervision of history teachers and in cooperation with ethnic communities. During the final phase of the project, leaflets with maps and descriptions of the tours will be published, and tolerance camps for youth will be arranged. The Ukrainian Youth Club has run a competition among schoolchildren in Chernivtsi Oblast, Odessa Oblast, and the Crimea for the best essay on ethnic features and traditions of the other regions. The competition winners will have a chance to visit the regions that they depicted in their essays submitted for the competition.

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RESPONSIBLE ENERGY POLICY The Program has provided assistance to the projects promoting Ukraine’s accession to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (ЕІТІ). The ЕІТІ is an independent international transparency standard that regularly publishes accurate data about the size of payments of extractive companies to governments and the income generated by them. Implementing the ЕІТІ would help create a more transparent and competitive environment and thus improve international confidence, investment climate, and energy security. As a result of lobbying by the members of the Energy Transparency Association such as the Nomos Center, Dixi Group NGO, Kyiv International Energy Club, School of Policy Analysis and others, the Ukrainian President and the Cabinet have adopted regulations aimed to speed up Ukraine’s accession to the ЕІТІ. Ukraine needs to apply the EITI transparency standards not only in the field of extraction but also in oil and gas transportation. Sevastopol-based Nomos Center in cooperation with partner organizations from Georgia, Bulgaria and Turkey has developed a number of mechanisms to promote transparency

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of governance and profit distribution in the field. With the help of those mechanisms, each of the participating organizations has developed reports on transparency of hydrocarbon transportation in their countries. The final comparative analysis of the situation in the aforementioned four countries will be presented at the conference in Brussels in mid-2012. The Program has provided support to the first pilot project for transparency assessment in the coal mining sector in Ukraine. Kharkiv-based Institute for Sustainable Development has conducted a transparency study in certain coal mining companies in Donetsk, Luhansk and Lviv Oblasts. The findings indicate that coal mining, transportation and sale of coal are the least transparent among the extraction industries in Ukraine. Experts point out that despite the widely branched accountability system in Ukraine it is fairly difficult to monitor transparency of the mining sector. In view of the fact that deductions from coal mining income, namely UAH 31 billion from coal mining and UAH 24 billion from coke industry, constitute a significant share (19 percent) of government revenues, the Ukrainian public needs effective mechanisms to ensure adequate transparency of the industry. The Foundation has also provided assistance to develop an English language version of the www.UA-Energy.org website which is a good source of quality information about the energy sector of Ukraine for international audiences.

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RULE OF LAW Legal Empowerment of the Poor Free Legal Aid Access to Information Fighting Discrimination Monitoring Places of Detention

Supporting civic initiatives to protect human rights and basic freedoms


LEGAL EMPOWERMENT OF THE POOR Far from being a luxury that the poor can live without, effective legal rights are a necessity for everyone Report of the UN Commission on Legal Empowerment of the Poor

Awareness of one’s rights makes people more secure and, as a consequence, better off. The poor in Ukraine today have limited access to legal tools that would allow them to protect their rights and interests independently. According to official data, almost one fourth of the population in Ukraine live below the poverty line. Poverty has many components, one of them being inaccessibility of services necessary for decent life, and inability to use even the legal tools guaranteed by law. Unawareness of the opportunities that the legal system provides means that for generations many people live in unregistered and illegitimate houses, work without any legal guarantees, and remain wary of signing contracts. As part of the Legal Empowerment of the Poor Initiative, the International Renaissance Foundation supports Community Law Centers whose activities include mediation, training volunteers on the fundamentals of legal education work, provision of pro bono representation in courts, visits to rural communities, etc.

More than 20,000 people have sought legal assistance from the 23 Community Law Centers that operate with our support.

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Residents of a village in Kyiv Oblast have signed agreements to lease their land to a local business. For 15 months they didn’t receive any payment for use of their land and decided to turn for help to the lawyers of the Community Law Center in Bila Tserkva. The legal solution would be to go to court, but lawsuits can drag on for years and they are mentally exhausting and expensive. The lawyer helped the villagers write a collective appeal, sent the paper to the business owner and invited him to a meeting with the villagers to discuss ways to resolve the conflict amicably. As a result, a preliminary agreement was reached between the parties and now the business owner is gradually paying off his debt.


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In Khmelny tskiy, twenty law yers came together to provide free legal assistance for strategic cases and appeals. The cases given to the law yers are selected from among the applications sent to the Community Law Center. If an appeal can be considered strategic, or if failure to provide legal assistance in court could endanger a person’s life, a law yer collaborating with the Center would take up the case.

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FREE LEGAL AID

W ith the adoption of the L aw “On Free Legal A id”in 2 011, the government made of ficial its commitment to provide access to legal assistance for those who cannot af ford it. In 2 011, with suppor t of IRF, the Ukrainian Legal A id Foundation was launched. Its mission is to ensure access to justice through legal aid and implementation of European standards of justice in Ukraine. Creating an ef fective free legal aid system across the countr y was the aim of the pilot Public Defenders O f fices suppor ted by the Foundation. During the last five years these O f fices tested mechanisms for providing free legal aid in criminal proceedings. T h e f u n d a m e nt a l p r i n c i p l e b e h i n d t h e wo r k of t h e O f f i c e s i s e a r l y ac c e s s to a l aw ye r - f ro m t h e m o m e nt of d ete nt i o n. T h e O f f i c e s have d e s i g n e d p ro c e d u re s t hat a re n ow b e i n g u se d by t h e M i n i st r y of J u st i c e i n d eve l o p i n g a n et wo r k of Se c o n d a r y Le g a l A i d C e nte r s: i n d e p e n d e nt m o n i to r i n g of t h e q u a l i t y of l e g a l a s s i st a n c e, m e a su r i n g t h e l aw ye r s’ wo r k l oad, a n d l aw ye r’s re m u n e rat i o n.

More than 4,000 applications requesting the help of a defense lawyer in criminal cases were received by the Offices in the four years of their work

Lawyers of the Offices in Bila Tserkva and Khmelnytskiy are involved as defenders in every case where the detained suspect and/or accused is a minor. Serhiy Medvedev, a lawyer with the Kharkiv Public Defenders Office, secured the release of Yakiv Strohan who had been tortured by the police. This high-profile case was mentioned in the annual reports of the U.S. Department of State and Amnesty International.

The law yers of the Public Defenders O f fices tr y to adhere to the principle of active defense in ever y case and defend one’s rights

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at all stages of proceedings. As a result, bail has become a more commonly used preventive measure than detention: in Khmelny tskiy, one in three defendants (3 4.8%) for which the investigator had requested detention was released from custody. In 25% of cases in Bila Tserk va, sentences did not involve incarceration.

The best practices of the Public Defenders Offices in 2012 will be taken into account when establishing a nationwide network of Secondary Legal Aid Centers.

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ACCESS TO INFORMATION

The Foundation fostered the implementation of the Law “On Access to Public Information” that entered into force in 2011. The Rule of Law Program supported 13 civic initiatives in different regions of Ukraine to secure access to public information related to the formation of tariffs for utilities and housing services, use of funds from central and local government budgets, distribution of land, information on the incomes of government officials, environmental and archival information, etc. Despite the requirement that local governments should post urban master plans on their official websites, public access to the key document that outlines a city’s development plan is still classified and labeled “For Official Use Only” (FOUO). The new set of building regulations proposed by the Ministry of Regional Development, Construction, Housing, and Municipal Services does not provide access to full versions of the plans either.

Thanks to efforts of the Eastern Ukrainian Center for Civic Initiatives, the Ministry has expressed willingness to start removing the FOUO label from the master plans.

With support of the Program, the Media Law Institute has begun setting up a network of experienced lawyers and public activists that will defend the right to access to information by providing written and verbal consultation and legal support for court cases to defend citizens’ rights and ensure access to information. The Network has already more than forty activists. Information about all access to information initiatives supported by the Program is available at the specialized portal “Right to Know” (stop-xfiles-ua.org).

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FIGHTING DISCRIMINATION

In 2011, with support from IRF, the Coalition to Fight Discrimination was established, bringing together more than thirty NGOs representing the main social groups that were discriminated because of gender, nationality, skin color, age, health, disabilities, etc. (w w w.antidi.org.ua). Coalition experts are drafting a comprehensive anti-discrimination law that is a precondition for Ukraine’s European integration, and in

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particular for implementation of the EU-Ukraine Action Plan on Visa Liberalization. Age discrimination is one of the most common forms of discrimination in Ukraine. According to a survey by Kharkiv Institute of Social Research, one in three people aged 40-59 has suffered age discrimination when applying for a job; 58% of vacancy announcements on the Internet list age restrictions. As part of its cooperation with the Ministry of Justice, the Coalition has provided recommendations to implement the Anti-discrimination Strategy in Ukraine. Coalition members devise initiatives aimed at protecting the rights of social groups discriminated on the basis of age, disabilities, gender, etc. The Coalition has provided legal assistance, including in court, to victims of discrimination in various areas. The first case against pharmacies not equipped with access ramps has gained widespread publicity in Ukraine. This unprecedented lawsuit was initiated by Dmytro Zhary, lawyer from Dnipropetrovsk. Although the law requires that all public facilities have access ramps many do not, or they have ramps that are dangerous to use for people with disabilities. Dmytro experienced this firsthand when he was unable to independently enter a pharmacy to buy medication.

In exercising my rights and lawful interests I don’t want to be dependant on other people, their moods and physical abilities Dmytro Zhary, lawyer, wheelchair user

Dmytro filed a lawsuit demanding that the pharmacy be stripped of its license. However, the court rejected his claim. Dmytro has filed an appeal and plans to defend his rights in the European Court of Human Rights if he loses the appeal.

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MONITORING PLACES OF DETENTION Kharkiv Institute of Social Research, with support of the Foundation, has conducted the first inventory in Ukraine of the institutions where people are held in custody, imprisoned, or under care by order of a court, administrative authority or another government agency, and who can’t leave on their own will. Places of detention in Ukraine aren’t just institutions within the prison and police systems, but also facilities under the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sports, Ministry of Social Policy, etc. People are detained not only in prisons or pretrial detention centers. The authors of the study also list boarding schools, psychiatric hospitals, orphanages, migrant detention centers, and even military units. There are approximately 5,500 places of detention in Ukraine where nearly one million people can be kept in custody. Many places of detention are not formally considered as such, which gives rise to abuse. There are facilities where any person can be held without legitimate reasons, and getting out is not easy because one can be put there without judicial review or a lawyer. Detainees are often denied access to medical or legal assistance, information, proper rehabilitation, adaptation and socialization programs. A person can wind up institutionalized for one’s whole life, being moved from one institution to another without a chance to return to the society. A potential solution to the problem is effective government and public oversight of the detention facilities. Publication of a list of such facilities would help speed up the development and implementation of an optimal model of public control in Ukraine and reduce the risk of abuse in detention.

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EUROPEAN PROGRAM Association with the EU Eastern Partnership Europe without Barriers European Identity of Ukraine

Strengthening participation of civil society in Ukraine’s European integration


ASSOCIATION WITH THE EU

In 2011, the Foundation supported development of a consolidated position of the civil society organizations that advocated the soonest possible initialing and promulgation of the text of the Association Agreement with EU. This will allow the Ukrainian society to obtain more detailed information concerning advantages of Ukraine’s association with the European Union. We have supported public monitoring of implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agenda (AA) so the experts of the leading national independent think tanks could join policy analysis and development of the recommendations for Ukraine’s European integration. Conclusions of the public monitoring were taken into account by the institutions of the European Union during the Action Plan annual assessment. The monitoring results demonstrate that 70 out of 78 priorities of the EU-Ukraine Association Agenda are being implemented. Essential progress has been achieved only with regard to approximately 20 priorities, mostly in the areas of security, economy, trade, and visa liberalization. With support of the European Program, Public Expert Council for the Ukrainian Part of the EU-Ukraine Cooperation Committee (Youkraine.eu) has joined advocacy of the reforms, so important for Ukraine, and public awareness campaign on the need of their implementation. The Foundation has also supported a number of “expert talks” on the advantages of europeization (implementation of European norms, standards and practices) for the population of Ukraine. This included implementation of European standards in gas market regulation, improvement of the electoral legislation, and establishment of the “Open Sky” common air space with the EU. We have also taken efforts to study the experience of our neighboring countries on their way towards Europe. The Renaissance Foundation organized, jointly with Arseniy Yatseniuk’s Open Ukraine Foundation, a

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number of platform discussions “Examination of Foreign Transformations”. Experts from the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Turkey, Georgia, Moldova, and Azerbaijan participated in the discussions on development of the civil society, education, public procurement, primary medical care, culture and youth policies. The exchange of experience between the experts from these countries and Ukraine resulted in recommendations on implementation of reforms in Ukraine with due account to the nations’ experience. Public opinion leaders and civic activists from most of the regions of Ukraine became trainees of the Second A nnual European Integration School suppor ted by the Foundation. They had an oppor tunit y to study Ukraine’s commitments within the framework of the EU - Ukraine Association Agenda, assess the status of their implementation, and bring this assessment to the notice of the EU Delegation in Ukraine.

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EASTERN PARTNERSHIP

Active and organized civil society has essential importance for full-fledged and stable democracy of a European kind President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy

The European Program has provided support to activities of the Ukrainian National Platform, Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum. The Platform played an active role in advocating initialing of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement by initiating a number of public statements and joining others. The Platform experts provided important feedback to the European Union with regard to the Annual Report on Implementation of the European Neighborhood Policy in Ukraine. The unprecedented event organized by the Platform was the Civil Society Forum “EU-Ukraine Summit 2011: Civil Dimension� on December 19, 2011, with participation of President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy and President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso. This event

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became a clear signal of recognition of the Ukrainian civil society as an important partner for the EU. In November 2011, the pilot issue of the European Integration Index of Easter Partnership countries was promulgated. This is a survey organized by the European Program that annually evaluates European integration processes in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Comparison of the progress achieved by these countries will also help the European Union institutions with implementation of the principle “more for more� (more support and involvement in response to implementation of the reforms) declared by the EU. The survey results demonstrate that Ukraine that was once considered the flagship of the European Neighborhood Policy was in reality behind Moldova and Georgia by many indicators. In spite of its relatively developed relations with the EU, Ukraine has not carried out significant domestic transformations to get closer to the EU standards. For example, although Ukraine has already completed negotiations with the EU on the deep and comprehensive free trade area, the country lags behind other countries of the Eastern Partnership in development of the market economy and appropriate business climate. We expect that the Index will eventually become an important tool in the hands of the Eastern Partnership civil society so as to implement in their respective countries the European values, standards and practices, and develop public demand for European integration in the Eastern Partnership countries.

Open civil monitoring will continue serving as a reliable tool for the European Union in the process of evaluation of the reforms in Ukraine President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso

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EUROPE WITHOUT BARRIERS

An important success for the Ukrainian society was the framework agreement concluded at the end of 2011 amending the current Visa Facilitation Agreement between Ukraine and EU. Already in 2012, the share of multientry long-term visas is expected to increase as is the list of those entitled to receive visas at no charge, including in particular, representatives of the civil society organizations. To a large extent, this success became possible thanks to many years of monitoring and public lobbying by “Europe without Barriers” Initiative (www.novisa.com.ua) supported by the European Program. “Europe without Barriers” remains the only initiative constantly drawing attention of the EU countries’ embassies and especially their consulate officers to the problems with implementation of the Visa Facilitation Agreement. “Europe without Barriers” has developed a “rating list” of the EU consulates operating in Kyiv and in the regions of Ukraine. Fulfillment of the Visa Liberalization Action Plan by Ukraine is the

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precondition for implementation of visa-free travel for the citizens of Ukraine by the EU. “Europe without Barriers” has conducted public monitoring of implementation of the Plan by Ukraine. The monitoring results confirm that the Ukrainian authorities are not taking enough effort to cancel visa requirements with the EU: a proper anti-corruption authority has not been established, and the required laws concerning the identification documents (introduction of biometric passports) and protection against discrimination have not been passed. That is why Ukraine cannot proceed to the second stage of the Action Plan implementation, i.e. enforcement of the legislative changes.

“Europe without Barriers” and Donetsk Institute for Social Studies and Political Analysis have also conducted the first independent survey of the real intentions of the Ukrainians to emigrate to the EU

The survey outcome shows that the introduction of the visa-free travel as such will not lead to any essential increase of the levels of the Ukrainian migration to the EU. Only 1.5% of the adult citizens of Ukraine have clear plans to leave for Schengen States for purposes of employment or emigration. They do not perceive visas as a serious barrier.

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EUROPEAN IDENTITY OF UKRAINE The European Program promotes Ukrainian perception of being a part of Europe. In 2011, we supported a number of initiatives on the links of Ukraine, its regions and cities with other European countries. The projects shed light on past experience of dissemination of the European traditions of local self-government and Magdeburg Law in Ukraine. We propagated contributions of famous people who were born or lived in Ukraine to the development of European and global culture. The European Program supported more than 200 events with participation of inhabitants from some forty 40 cities, towns and villages. The Europe Day was celebrated for the first time with the motto “I share European values”. Thanks to the support of the European Program, youth organizations, activists, volunteers, students, teachers, and scholars had a chance to obtain information on opportunities of participation in the programs of scientific and cultural cooperation with the EU. These are programs of the European Cultural Foundation and European Youth Foundation of the Council of Europe, EU programs “Culture”, “Youth in Action”, “Tempus”, and EU scientific programs.

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More than 300,000 people participated in various events commemorating the Europe Day 2011 in Ukraine

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MASS MEDIA Professional Media Media Literacy New Media

Promoting the standards of independent and professional journalism in Ukraine


PROFESSIONAL MEDIA

The Foundation takes significant efforts to overcome drawbacks of post-Soviet higher education for journalists. For the past three years, we have supported the New Ukraine School of Professional Journalism. Leading experts and journalists from Ukraine and abroad are invited to teach at the school. In general, two thirds of the training is taken by conceptual lectures and courses of general humanitarian nature while one third is composed of professional specialized classes. The main outcome of the project is formation of the community, a network of socially responsible journalists who effectively apply their acquired knowledge and comply with ethical standards of the profession.

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The school graduates work as college presidents, media managers, and journalists who develop a professionally responsible community. They help one another look for information, prepare reports, and implement joint projects. One of such initiatives is the New Ukraine information and analysis portal (http://novaukraina.org). The program also provides direct support to good quality independent media. In particular, the program has supported Our Money investigative journalism web project (http://nashigroshi.org/ ) from the moment of its inception. The project team has authored a large number of high profile investigations of corruption and abuse of office in public procurement, leading to political decisions and dismissals of public employees and forcing response of law enforcement agencies.

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MEDIA LITERACY

Good quality journalism can be offered to the public only if there is demand for quality journalism. That is why the program has been supporting for over a year activities of the Ukrainian Press Academy (hereinafter referred to as UPA) and of other organizations working to increase public media literacy. Together with the Institute of Innovative Technologies and Educational Content of the Ministry of Educations and Science, Youth and Sports of Ukraine, the UPA has developed a curriculum for the course of Media Education (Media Literacy) for Pedagogic Universities and a curriculum for full-time schools of teachers’ professional development in media education (media literacy) at postgraduate pedagogical institutions. As a result, media education today is taught at fourteen institutions of pedagogical postgraduate education as a separate training course (Kharkiv Academy of Post-Graduate Pedagogic Education, Sevastopol Institute of Post-Graduate Pedagogic Education, and others) and has been incorporated into other training courses in the form of compulsory lectures for all teachers undergoing retraining. In 2012, three more teacher-

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training universities intend to introduce the media education course in their curricula. Today Ukraine is conducting a national experiment to introduce the optional training course in media culture for 10th graders of general secondary schools. The course is now taught at over eighty schools. We will continue promoting media education as a compulsory part of the training curricula for secondary schools and supporting quality teaching.

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NEW MEDIA

Development of communication technologies and intense expansion of social (“new”) media dramatically transform the landscape where traditional mass media like TV, radio, and press are operating. The advertising market, which is the financial base of independent mass media, is radically changing. New efficient tools are appearing to work with the audience, search and process information, and citizen journalism gains more and more influence. Therefore, the program’s task is to foster the capacity of traditional mass media to efficiently use new media in their work. For this purpose, the Foundation supports the Institute of Journalism at Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University whose experts develop curricula for regular and special courses in the new media for regional universities. The project team has run a series of trainings for Departments of Journalism instructors from different cities of Ukraine on the use of new technologies in journalist’s work. The trainers are the best experts from Ukraine and abroad. This will help schools of journalism become richer and more modern (see details at the web-site http://www.newmedia.univ. kiev.ua/).

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The program has supported the Second Summer MediaNext School for young journalists and students of journalism. This year the school’s activities focused on visualization of the data in journalism as one of the modern media principles. The school trainers were the leading Ukrainian experts in the new media, journalists and editors of the key Ukrainian media companies. The school students learnt to effectively use multi-media and social networks in journalist’s activities, to search for information, they studied on-line stylistics and reputation management. The program has also suppor ted development and launch of t went y sites for t went y district printed media of Kherson, Zaporizhya and Mykolayiv Regions. The project has conducted trainings for the media employees on website administration and news content management.

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EDUCATION PROGRAM Public influence on educational policy Anti-corruption efforts in the area of education Right to education Inclusive education

Fostering systemic changes in Ukraine’s education to adopt the best European practices


PUBLIC INFLUENCE ON EDUCATIONAL POLICY Over the course of 2011, specialized non-governmental organizations had closely followed the statutory and regulatory initiatives of the Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sports. Experts scrutinized practically every decision or important document adopted by the Ministry. With the assistance of the Foundation, the Education Monitoring Center conducted an analysis and distributed the public expert assessment of the Cabinet of Ministers draft Law On Higher Education and the 2012-2021 National Strategy for Education Development in Ukraine. Active public discussions were launched regarding the controversial higher education admission rules, potential corruption schemes in relation to application for admission and acceptance of applicants, as well as some controversial documents such as the Teachers’ Code of Ethics which, under public pressure, was eventually removed from the agenda. Owing to the support provided by the Foundation to the Education Monitoring Center, everyone interested could obtain the information and detailed expert evaluation of the draft Public Standards for Basic and Complete Secondary Education, particularly their pros and cons. The analysis focused on amendments to the general education school curricula, criteria for evaluating academic performance of students, primary school curricula, and draft amendments to the Law of Ukraine On Preschool Education regarding the right of parents to pick the language of kindergarten education for their children.

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With our support, the Center for Testing Technologies and Education Quality Monitoring developed an evaluation report containing recommendations on implementation of strict education quality assessment indicators in Ukraine.

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ANTI-CORRUPTION EFFORTS IN THE AREA OF EDUCATION The Foundation has played a significant part in the implementation in Ukraine of the compulsory independent external educational assessment of applicants to higher education institutions. This helped to partially eliminate corruption in higher education of Ukraine. Nevertheless, corruption still remains a big problem for education in Ukraine. According to the Ukrainian student survey conducted by the Democratic Initiatives Foundation, 33.2 percent of respondents have had personal experience with corruption. An exper t sur vey conducted by the ERA research association suggests that the issue of briber y cannot be resolved through punishment. To stop corruption in the education system, the government procurement system needs to be aligned with market demand, the licensing and accreditation criteria should be revised

More than 3,000 appeals have been received via the telephone hotline, e-mail, and online consultations provided by the monitors.

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to streamline the number of higher education institutions, and academic dignit y should be promoted among students. Changes to the education process should include introducing ex ternal educational assessment of students as well as improving internal assessment criteria. One of the essential contributing factors to an efficient countercorruption policy is civil action against corruption in higher education institutions. This involves day-to-day monitoring of the education process by specialized non-governmental organizations and urging students and teachers to take a more active stand against corruption in higher education institutions. During the admission examinations of 2011, the Committee of Voters of Ukraine and the Opora network joined efforts with the Education program to make the entrance examinations for admission to higher education institutions fair and transparent. 500 civil society observers monitored the examination campaign in sixty six of the most prestigious higher education institutions. This included analysis of admission rules in each of the selected institutions, the announcement by the universities of the government procurement figures, and compiling ranked lists of applicants recommended for admission. The civil obser vers managed to document evidence of violations and bring them to notice of the government and mass media. The majorit y of complaints involved the work of admission boards, namely their failure to promptly enter the information into the Konkurs (the Competition) system, delays in the announcement of cancelled competitions for cer tain teaching courses, and implied corruption in the form of awarding ex tra credit for completing preparator y courses.

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RIGHT TO EDUCATION

Experts and university professors have developed and launched educational law courses for students of several higher education institutions in Kharkiv, Luhansk and Kyiv. To provide advice to school and kindergarten teachers on many amendments to the legislation affecting their professional activity, online legal advice service was launched on the Shkilnyi svit (School World) publishing house website (http:// www.osvitaua.com/). More than 1,000 requests came from teachers across Ukraine in 2011. The Foundation provided help to a number of communities where schools were closing as the result of school network reform. Many experts claim that

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in Ukraine this process involves blatant violations of law. Decisions to disband schools are often made in a non-transparent manner which leads to conflicts between the school advocacy groups and the local government. The Eastern Ukrainian Civic Initiative Center’s project entitled Studying Law to Save Schools focuses on the training of community activists to protect school staff from dismissal, children from violation of their right to quality education, and the community from decline should the community school be closed.

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INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

The Foundation supports the implementation in Ukraine of inclusive education enabling children with special needs to attend general education schools and exercise their right to education. According to the European Research Association (ERA), 70 percent of respondents in Ukraine claimed that they welcomed the inclusion. 50 percent of respondents considered inclusive education a necessary step towards change not only in education but in the society at large. 76 percent of respondents believed that the implementation of inclusive education would promote tolerance in the society. (The survey was conducted by the ‘InMind’ group in June-December 2011. The national sample size was 500 respondents.) In the absence of systemic government support, inclusive education in Ukraine is implemented at the grassroots level, and the number of general education schools accepting children with special needs is increasing with every year. The implementation of inclusion in Ukraine is hampered by the lack of individual programs

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for children with special needs, specialized and technical literature and equipment, and insufficient knowledge and experience of working with such children. The premises of Ukrainian schools are practically not suited for children with special needs as there are no elevators, wheelchair ramps, etc. The legislative framework for inclusive education is also imperfect. With the assistance from the IRF, a monitoring instrument called Inclusion Index was introduced for Ukrainian schools and kindergartens to improve the quality of services provided by educational institutions for children with special needs. For parents with children with hearing loss, a textbook was developed to assist in improving communication with a child, preschool preparation, and successful social adaptation. For preschool age children, hand alphabets and sign language posters were distributed to help them learn the sign language. Civil society activists of the Civic Initiative Club have launched a website where everyone can find information about inclusive education institutions in seven oblasts of Ukraine (www.inclusia.org.ua).

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PUBLIC HEALTH Palliative care Stop Pain Law and health Access to essential medicines Harm reduction

Building up civil society capacity to develop health care system on the principles of human rights and evidencebased medicine


PALLIATIVE CARE

The Foundation promotes development of palliative care in Ukraine. Palliative care (PC) provides patients who have incurable diseases with an opportunity to obtain proper treatment and live in adequate conditions till the end of one’s life. Our goals are to integrate palliative care in the general healthcare system and implement efficient and cost-efficient models of PC delivery. 500,000 persons in Ukraine require Palliative Care annually, including cancer patients, patients living with AIDS, diabetes, tuberculosis, etc. “Many diseases, many lives, many voices” was the motto of the national seven-day campaign to celebrate the International Palliative Care Day in October in fifteen regions of Ukraine. The campaign provided information on the problems of the patients living with terminal diseases, fundraising opportunities to support in-patient hospices, and the organizations providing support for the patients with grave diseases. Healthcare professionals, volunteers, civil society activists, and the clergy join their efforts under the auspices of “The Ukrainian League for Palliative Care” (http://ligalife.com.ua). This national association works to improve polices related to handling controlled medicines, particularly those routinely administered for pain management, to develop PC standards and a national palliative care strategy. The League’s goal is to promote reform in the healthcare system to ensure quality healthcare for palliative patients who are facing a critical lack of government funding and trained staff. The first training course for nurses – PC trainers has been conducted in Ukraine by City of Hope Hospice (USA) and Shupik National Academy for Postgraduate Medical Education trainers in line with the ELNEC international program. They were trained in providing care for palliative patients, communicating with families, and prescribing efficient pain treatment. The ELNEC course has been translated into Ukrainian and will be sent to all medical schools to train nurses.

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With the Foundation’s support, human rights organizations have provided legal advice for palliative patients and their family members in Kharkiv, Rivne and Simferopol, particularly on pain treatment and access to quality healthcare. The most outrageous cases of the palliative patients’ rights abuse have been documented and submitted to the national report on palliative patients’ rights (www.palliative.at.ua). In Severodonetsk (Luhansk Region), a physician refused to prescribe pain treatment medicines to patient M. He was referred to the local hospital, however the patient turned down the admittance as according to his family members he wanted to die at home. The family members approached human rights organizations with a request for an explanation whether patients had the right to get pain treatment at home. After appeals by human rights activists, patient M. received the pain treatment he needed and stayed with his family. The Program has also supported the activities of “Hospice at Home” multidisciplinary teams in Mykolayiv and Transcarpathian Regions. Hospice at Home doctors provide care for some fifty palliative patients per month, respecting their right to stay at home.

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STOP PAIN

StopBil (Stop Pain) civic campaign (www.stopbil.in.ua) was launched in December 2011 on the initiative of the IRF and Open Society Foundation Network Program to draw the attention to the problem of access to pain treatment in Ukraine. Ukraine remains the sole country in Europe where only injectable morphine is used for pain relief. Patients have to endure both the pain caused by the disease and that caused by injections. International organizations consider this treatment to be a kind of torture. Seeking to relieve the suffering of palliative patients, we advocate registration of oral morphine in Ukraine and amending the outdated and excessively precautionary legislation regulating controlled medicines. Within the frame of StopBil campaign, support groups for patients and their family members have been operating in Rivne, Ivano-Frankivsk, Vinnytsya, Mykolayiv, Kherson and Dnipropetrovsk. The groups advocate patients’ rights and register patient reports about the facts of refusal to provide opioid analgesics at healthcare facilities. Around 500,000 Ukrainians need palliative care and relief of pain symptoms caused by incurable diseases (data has been provided by Human Rights Watch)

The story of resident of Cherkasy L., cancer patient, has been broadcast by national television channels under the title “Epidemic of pain”. “I was crying (of pain), I moaned and howled”, said the woman describing the recent six months of her disease. The family members confessed that they had to approach drug dealers to obtain painkillers. After the story had been broadcast, the patient was allowed to have an increased dose of opioid analgesics.

The case of this family is not unique. It proves that the current legislative system of control over circulation of narcotic drugs pushes patients and their family members into breaching the law to get the pain treatment they need.

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StopBil campaign will continue until the problem of providing patients with the medicines they need is finally resolved.

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LAW AND HEALTH

The work of civil society organizations operating in the area of law and public health has resulted in promotion of human rights as a basis for development of medical law and efficient models of free legal aid delivery for the vulnerable population. The continuous cooperation of the IRF with the Foundation of Health Law and Bioethics has promoted development of health law as an academic discipline. Using its previous experience of introducing health law into curricula of medical universities, the Foundation has launched, in cooperation with the Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine, a working group to draft “Health Law of Ukraine� training course for students of law. This standard course has been approved by the Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport of Ukraine and

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agreed with the Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine. Now law students at universities with III-IV accreditation level enrolled in MA and BA+ (specialist) degree programs will be trained in health law. The Program has suppor ted publication of “Healthcare and Human Rights� tex tbook (ht tp://healthrights.org.ua / dlja-juristiv/prak tichnii - posibnik / ). The book contains international mechanisms of human rights protection, case studies on their application in dif ferent countries and dif ferent t ypes of violations, as well as solutions. It will be instrumental for legal exper ts, human rights activists, defense law yers, professors, and students of health law. Some other initiatives and projects suppor ted by the Program include a series of workshops on human rights in healthcare for defense law yers and human rights activists that have provided additional legal tools for practical activities and promoted exchange of experience; internships for graduates of law universities to help them study national and international experience as well as get practical skills in conducting such cases at cour ts.

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ACCESS TO ESSENCIAL MEDICINES

According to Ministry of Health, the estimated number of patients with viral hepatitis B and C in Ukraine is more than 2 million, and the disease is spreading with the highest speed in Europe. Physical and financial accessibility of drugs is an inalienable element of a person’s right to life. That is the reason why in 2011 we supported the initiative to set up the Community Advisory Board on Medical Treatment. This organization united patients with different diagnoses but with the shared goal to ensure affordable treatment through transparent tenders, timely supply of medicines, and responsible attitude of healthcare professionals to the process of treatment.

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The Foundation has supported the initiatives that have publicly brought up the issue of hepatitis C spread and provided information on opportunities for prevention and diagnostics. The key barrier on the way to overcome the epidemic of hepatitis C in Ukraine is an excessively high price of drugs: a treatment course would cost over UAH 160,000. The government does not provide specific funds for treatment of the patients living with hepatitis. With the support of the Program, a group of civil society organizations has collected more than 1,000 signatures for a petition calling the government to provide funds from the national budget for 15,000 treatment courses for the period up to 2015 and free testing and 50% price reduction for the drugs to treat hepatitis C. With our support, free HCV testing sessions were conducted in eight regions of Ukraine on 28 July, the World Hepatitis Day, and information materials were distributed. With the Program’s support, five schools for patients were opened in Poltava, Sumy, and other regions, so more than 80 persons per month may obtain reliable information, get free professional advice, and communicate with other patients.

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HARM REDUCTION

Ukraine remains the epicenter of HIV/AIDS epidemic in Central and Eastern Europe. Injection drugs are among the core drivers of the epidemic.

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Drug use harm reduction approaches at preventing a range of negative consequences both for the drug user and the society in general. These approaches seek to reduce the pace of HIV/AIDS epidemic and other infectious diseases in Ukraine via prevention activities targeting injection drug users. Public Health Program continues to support the communities directly affected by the problems of drug use and HIV/AIDS. We support advocacy initiatives to improve access of most vulnerable groups to prevention and treatment services, protect MARPs rights – drug users, people living with HIV, OST program doctors and patients, sex workers. We also support implementation of progressive policies and practices ensuring the access of the most-risk groups to prevention and treatment services.


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Due to the Program’s expert and advocacy efforts, the Ministry of Healthcare, the Ministry of the Interior, the State Drug Control Committee, State Penitentiary Service, and the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine have drafted and signed the order on continuous substitution therapy treatment at prisons and restricted liberty facilities. It was a significant step forward in ensuring the right of patients to access to essential treatment in custody. The Foundation has supported the inter-ministerial working group at the Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine, it coordinated the work of experts, initiated negotiations and meetings with respective government officials, provided expert assistance in the process of coordinating the text of the order with the aforementioned ministries and agencies. An advocacy school for OST patients was conducted to strengthen community mobilization. With support of the Program, the OST school graduates succeeded in changing policies and practices at the local levels, getting, in particular, ensured uninterrupted OST at healthcare facilities of Zhytomyr and Donetsk regions. This will open up a possibility for planned admittance of OST patients to hospitals, in particular maternity hospitals. Efforts continue to introduce prescription-based procedures for the drug delivery, which will provide better mobility and freedom for the patients. Professional legal advice and legal defense services in the courts, including in strategic litigation cases, increase protection of human rights of MARPs, which has a considerable impact on the availability of prevention and treatment programs for them. The Program continues to develop human rights initiatives in this area. the All-Ukrainian Human Rights Network was set up in 2011, bringing together lawyers and attorneys providing free legal aid for most-at-risk population groups such as drug users, OST patients, and people living with HIV (http:// pravo.prostir.ua/).

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Roma of Ukraine Education and employment Human rights Health mediators Roma youth

Promoting Roma integration in Ukraine’s society while preserving ethnocultural uniqueness of the Romani people


EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

Lack of proper education hampers full-fledged social integration of the Roma. Roma of Ukraine Program works with children of pre-school age within the frame of Early Childhood Centers providing scholarships for university students and promoting employment of Roma by supporting vocational training opportunities. With support of Roma Education Fund (Budapest), 91 students were given an opportunity to take university courses in 2011-2012 and obtain degrees in law, economy, finance, healthcare, engineering, management and other professions. Eleven students received support to study foreign languages. In cooperation with London-based Early Childhood Program of the Open Society Institute and Step by Step National Ukrainian Foundation, the Program

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has supported four early childhood centers in Transcarpathian Region. The centers have introduced the courses in “Responsible parenthood” and “Let’s prepare for school”. In 2011, Roma of Ukraine Program launched “Promoting employment for Roma” component to assist Roma people in finding jobs or start their own businesses. We supported five projects that trained them in the skills of shoemaker, seamstress, locksmith, hairdresser and others to facilitate their further employment. In Mizhirya District, Transcarpathian Region, the project implemented by Promin community development agency has resulted in providing jobs for the Roma who will sort out plastic waste and recycle it with the use of appopriate equipment.

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HUMAN RIGHTS

Unlike most other national minorities of Ukraine, Roma people do not have their own state. Roma is the second largest ethnic group that survived genocide during the Second World War. Integration of Roma is one of the most important issues for the European Union agenda in the area of national minorities. The lack of passports is one of the major problems Roma face in Ukraine, often resulting in total lack of rights and social protection. We have continued supporting the projects to provide Roma communities with passports.

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Ten passport projects have covered Roma communities in six regions with the total population of 20,000. 285 persons were provided with passports, and 1,313 Roma got legal advice. We provided advice to the Roma on the necessity of getting proper documents (passports, identification codes, etc) within certain terms, we helped them fill in requests at passport departments and pay government fees Eleonora Kulchar, the leader of “Blago” Transcarpathian Charitable Foundation. Ten projects were supported in seven areas with Roma communities within the request for proposals “Strengthening legal opportunities in Roma communities of Ukraine”. These initiatives conducted awareness campaigns for Roma on human rights, and cooperation with government authorities on identifying cases of human rights abuse and preventing them.

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HEALTH MEDIATORS The work of health mediators has provided the only opportunity for many Roma to get advice and assistance on the social benefits they were eligible to receive Maksym Dzhum, mediator, “Good people planet” NGO, Odessa

The Foundation promotes the introduction or the program for Roma health mediators that has proved its efficiency in Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, and other countries. With our support, “Ciricli” Roma Women Foundation has been implementing this initiative for more than two years in Ukraine. The leaders who enjoy trust and respect of community members work as mediators, providing advice on the most acute problems for the Roma such as visiting doctors, attending schools, getting social benefits, obtaining ID cards, etc. The mediators have become a bridge between Roma and various institutions (nurseries and schools, out-patient and in-patient clinics, passport departments, civil registry offices, etc.) In 2011, the mediators worked in five regions of Ukraine (Transcarpathia, Lviv. Odessa, Donetsk and Kyiv regions) covering almost 14,000 persons. The Foundation develops best practices and working instruments which should be used by the central and local governments after donor

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support of Roma health mediator projects will end up. The Foundation has supported the inter-ministerial working group at the Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine, Ministry of Family, Youth and Sports, Institute of Legislative policy of the Parliament of Ukraine, international and civil society organizations. This group’s goal is to develop a National Program of Roma Health Mediators in Ukraine and similar programs for Odessa and Transcarpathia Regions.

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ROMA YOUTH

The scholarships provided to Roma universities students by the Roma Education Fund has fostered a certain community of Roma youth interested in civil society activities. The alumni are provided with the Foundation’s support to carry out their own initiatives in the communities, identify the most problematic issues and resolve them with support of their peers. Seeking to engage young Roma in civil society initiatives as much as possible, Roma of Ukraine Program has conducted the All-Ukrainian Roma Youth Forum. It included a training on drafting and designing project proposals, and trainings on volunteer work. A request for small grant proposals was announced for Roma youth organizations at the end of 2011 and eleven projects were supported, in particular on organizing and conducting New Year celebrations for children. An Odessa NGO conducted a survey of Roma mass murders in Odessa region in the War World Two, and Ame Roma NGO (Cherkasy Region) organized a series of joint activities of Roma and Ukrainian youth to combat xenophobia.

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In 2011, we launched “Roma Scouting” project in cooperation with “East-East: Partenership Beyond Borders” program. Plast, the largest scout organization in Ukraine, and Roma activists studied the experience of engaging Roma youth and children in education programs with scout methodology in Slovakia. The young Roma saw the activities of other civil society organizations, and learned how to engage children and youth into scouting programs. Roma youngsters are also present in social networks: Terne Roma group features more than 250 members in “Vkontakte” social network. The scholarship grantees, youth project participants, and anybody who is interested can communicate, identify like-minded people, look for new approaches to address the problems of local communities, as well as plan their future joint activities.

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EAST-EAST: PARTNERSHIP BEYOND BORDERS International Partnership Best practice sharing in Ukraine

Building long-term strategic partnership between civil society organizations of different countries to share ideas and best practices


INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP In 2011, the East-East Program focused its efforts on sharing best practices in civic engagement to address the most pressing social/economic and social/political concerns in the society. By encouraging the exchange of best practices in civic activities, the program has contributed to the expert growth of civil society in Ukraine and improved coordination between non-governmental institutions both nationally and internationally. The Program promotes the development of long-term strategic partnerships between non-governmental organizations in different countries, primarily in Central and Eastern Europe. We help address the social issues that arose during the period of transition following the demise of the Soviet Union and the socialist system. With the assistance of the Program, 140 Ukrainian civil society activists and experts took part in various international meetings and events in 2011. The European Integration Index, the analytical tool to evaluate the progress of reforms in the Eastern Partnership countries, was introduced in cooperation with the European Program. The East-East Program has, in cooperation with the European Program and the Open Ukraine Foundation, provided assistance to a series of international expert discussions that eventually resulted in the recommendations regarding the implementation of various reforms in Ukraine. The best practice projects were implemented in cooperation with non-governmental organizations of Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, and Macedonia, opening up new opportunities for improving the mechanisms for social integration of boarding school and orphanage alumni, developing educational and integration programs for Roma children, establishing Roma social centers, and attracting investment into social housing programs.

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When sharing practices in special needs advocacy, the participants from Ukraine, Poland, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, and Armenia informed the society and the government about the need to engage persons with special needs in community planning. The experts from Ukraine and the Czech Republic have planned new ways of cooperation to stop illegal immigration as well as to promote the integration of legal refugees. These include mutual consultation and sharing of programs for self-employment of refugees. The cooperation with international experts resulted in the publication of reference books on European standards and regulations for immigration and refugee protection, best practices in implementation of various reforms, independent external educational assessment, and so on. In 2011, the Bridge of Reforms initiative was launched in cooperation with the Open Society Foundation which enables the sharing of best practices in implementation of reforms in post-Soviet and post-communist nations. Discussions with experts from Georgia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, Croatia, and Macedonia of the implementation of the justice and police reform, including traffic police reform, helped outline a number of innovative methods to stop corruption in those areas to ensure efficient progress of the reform.

Budget spending would be a lot more efficient if the community and local public officials had a true understanding of the problems of persons with special needs and the latter would be consulted during the development and implementation of such projects Serhiy Chumak, Head of the Poltava division of the Ukrainian Association of Organizations for People with Disabilities

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We realized that extracurricular activities such as small volunteer projects, personal development groups, tolerance promotion projects, as well as many others, could benefit from more interesting and efficient planning contributing to wider engagement of youth in community life Olena Shynarovska, Center for Educational Initiatives, Lviv

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The best practice contest among Ukrainian organizations provided more than 1,100 participants from most regions of Ukraine with an opportunity to share their experiences. The project areas included establishment of community associations; execution of public works contracts using local budget funds; development of rural schools as civic engagement centers; innovative youth outreach; youth entrepreneurship development; student self-governance; school mediation; child exploitation prevention; responsible parenting; environmental education; social protection of refugees; promoting civic engagement of persons with special needs; supporting the terminally ill, etc.


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The supported projects have become an innovation to the representatives of organizations working with the vulnerable population groups such as persons with special needs, the terminally ill and the HIV-positive, lower-income families, single parents, etc. Best practice sharing provided them with an opportunity to meet their colleagues, borrow practical ideas for day-to-day activities, and learn about new initiatives and actual practices of communicating the needs of the persons in their care to the public on the community level. New ideas were generated regarding the employment of youth with special needs, volunteering for social services to vulnerable groups, etc. The projects with the participation of teachers and school principals once again underlined the need to use schools as a platform to promote active and responsible citizenship among youth, as well as to introduce optional or extracurricular civic education classes at schools. The projects resulted in the publication of some useful guidelines including a digest for school principals on development of publicly active schools, best practices in community self-governance, a manual on employment of young people in local labor markets, and a reference book on palliative care. E l eve n p ro j e c t s w e re a c k n o w l e d g e d d u r i n g t h e c o n te s t e n t i t l e d S h a r i n g o f B e s t P ra c t i c e i n S e l f- G ove r n a n c e a n d C i v i c A c t i v i t i e s i n V i l l a g e s , To w n s h i p s a n d S m a l l To w n s b e t w e e n t h e N o n - G ove r n m e n t a l O rg a n i z a t i o n s o f U k ra i n e. A c t i v i s t s f ro m s m a l l c o m m u n i t i e s s h a re d t h e i r b e s t p ra c t i c e s i n b u i l d i n g peace and mutual understanding bet ween members of small c o m m u n i t i e s, ra i s i n g l e g a l awa re n e s s a n d p rov i d i n g l e g a l p ro t e c t i o n , p ro m o t i n g c i v i c t ra d i t i o n s i n r u r a l a re a s , a d d re s s i n g s o c i a l /e c o n o m i c i s s u e s i n r u ra l a re a s , s e l f- g ove r n a n c e i n s m a l l c o m m u n i t i e s , d eve l o p m e n t o f a p a r t m e n t b u i l d i n g c o - o w n e r s a s s o c i a t i o n s , e tc.

Sharing like this inspires people who only yesterday did not know one another to cooperate in the future and join the efforts of their organizations Iryna Taran, Women’s Initiatives NGO, Pyriatyn, Poltava oblast

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ANTI-CRISIS HUMANITARIAN PROGRAM Support to Youth Employment Care for Homeless and Elderly People Assistance to Refugees Support to Cultural Institutions

Promoting new opportunities for people who suffered the most from the financial and economic crisis


SUPPORT TO YOUTH EMPLOYMENT To reduce the negative impact of the crisis on the labor market, the Anti-Crisis Humanitarian Program has developed a project to support Youth Employment Centers and Centers of Student Job Placement. We supported 24 initiatives to expand the range of services of the Youth Employment Centers, develop training programs to start businesses, conduct research, develop textbooks and training materials on employment and career opportunities. University Career Center projects suggested developing websites with the databases of potential employers, student CVs, and other reference materials on job placement. The universities conducted vacancy fairs, career days, and other activities that resulted in development of communication platforms for students and employers.

3,215 persons participated in the trainings on youth employment, and other 3,064 persons received individual consultations. About 2,000 persons found permanent or temporary jobs.

With the Foundation’s support, Lesya Ukrainka Career Center of Volyn National University united the efforts of the regional universities and developed a single portal for the network of twelve training institutions in Volyn in support of systemic work with the employers and students of the region. The University conducted Lutsk-2012 City Career Fair where the youth could submit their CVs to the employers and test their professional skills at the “mobile centre for vocational orientation” of Lutsk City Employment Center. The students participated in the trainings “Techniques of looking for a job” and “Use your own experience”, master classes of the Career Center “Interview: Secrets of Success” and “Achieving your Goal in 21 days”.

We have supported activities of five Youth Employment Centers (cities of Vinnytsya, Lviv, Poltava, Ternopyl and Chernihiv). Youth Centre of Lviv Region validated the model of temporary youth employment so that young people could obtain their first job experience. Thanks to the project, almost a hundred students of Lviv had internship at private tourist businesses as interpreters and guides in preparation for Euro-2012 football finals.

90


ANTI-CRISIS HUMANITARIAN PROGRAM

Thanks to the new youth program developed by Poltava Regional Center of Youth Employment, the number of applications submitted to this Center increased by 10%. The School of Entrepreneurs “Youth Choose Business” started its activities. 100 persons were trained and 21 graduates developed business plans to start their own business. Projects developed by civil society organizations were the most socially oriented and innovative in their approaches to youth employment.

A rural Non-Governmental Organization “Generation Hope” set up a mobile group to render social services to 170 elderly residents of the villages of Tur District, Volyn Region. Twenty unemployed young persons were engaged in the project. The mobile group made almost ninety trips to visit the single people. The organization intends to engage the unemployed youth in paid public works such as removal of illegal dumps, afforestation, cleaning lakes and river banks from garbage, etc.

91


CARE FOR HOMELESS AND ELDERLY PEOPLE We supported 22 initiatives to help mitigate consequences of the crisis for homeless and elderly people. The projects included rendering of urgent social services and targeted humanitarian assistance to single and low-income elderly persons; organization of volunteer projects for the elderly; charity events aimed at collection of donations, food, medications, and personal care products; rendering of medical, hygienic and sanitation services; socialization and organization of leisure activities for elderly people, their involvement in active public life. Homeless persons received free hot meals and medical checkups. Activities were conducted to prevent ill-being and worsening poverty of the children and their families.

Thanks to support of the Foundation, “Social Services Map of Kyiv” has been published for the first time. Social Partnership Foundation collected comprehensive and quality information concerning eleven types of social services rendered to homeless people in Kyiv by non-governmental and governmental organizations. The map marks up 85 social service points: places to receive meals and to spend a night, legal, medical dental and psychological consultation points, clothes and footwear pools, barber’s shops, shower points, dental help rooms, luggage rooms, etc.

Thanks to the Project “Social Patrol in Kyiv: Support to Homeless Persons in Crisis” run by Kyiv Non-Governmental Organization “People’s Help”, permanent social patrolling teams in Solomyanskiy and Svyatoshynskiy districts of the capital city started their work to provide meals, outwear and personal care products for homeless persons. Chernihiv Women’s Human Rights Center rendered legal support to the homeless persons sheltered by Chernihiv centre for social adaptation of homeless and shelterless persons. A number of legal education seminars were conducted for them, they were assisted in renewal of their lost documents, and information was provided on important aspects of labor, family and marriage, and civil legal relations.

92


ANTI-CRISIS HUMANITARIAN PROGRAM

The Program has supported four regional projects of the International Charity Foundation “Caritas of Ukraine” in Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv and Khmelnytsky regions. Thanks to this activity, almost a thousand single elderly pensioners of Western Ukraine received food packages, as well as social, medical and personal services.

The geriatric home for senior people in the city of Sevastopol has improved medical services for 180 persons most of whom were women. “Sevastopol Moms” and “Association of Sevastopol Patriots” NGOs purchased, within the framework of “Let Us Be Together” project, a magnetic laser, electrocardiograph, inhalator, distiller and other medical items. An entrance ramp was built to facilitate movement of disabled persons on wheelchairs.

93


ASSISTANCE TO REFUGEES

The financial and economic crisis saw downsizing of donors’ assistance and termination of a number of refugee integration projects, therefore further aggravating the situation of this group of people in Ukraine. That is why during 2011 the Anti-Crisis Humanitarian Program supported nine projects and programs of social and humanitarian assistance to the refugees, children refugees, children not escorted by adults, asylum seekers and members of their families. One of the priorities in this area was protection of refugees’ rights, suppression of xenophobia, and development of tolerant public attitudes to the refugees. To support this goal, international camp for children “Sources of Tolerance” was organized in summer of 2011 in Trans Carpathian Region. The camp was visited by the children of 23 ethnical groups who had an opportunity to “get absorbed” in the life of other cultures.

94


ANTI-CRISIS HUMANITARIAN PROGRAM

The project “Let’s Give Children a Summer!” initiated by Rokada Charity Foundation was implemented at the refugees’ integration centre in Troyeschina residential area in Kyiv. A summer camp for refugee children offered training courses of Ukrainian and English languages, dressmaking, beadwork, computer skills, painting, origami and molding classes. Visits to several museums and a number of national feasts were arranged for the visitors of the Centre. A similar program for comprehensive development of the refugee children was run for a whole year in 2011 at the Vita Adaptation Centre for refugee children and asylum seekers founded by the Compassion Charity Foundation in the city of Odessa. Children were attended not only by teachers of Ukrainian language, but also by psychologists and physical training specialists.

95


SUPPORT TO CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS Inadequate government funding of culture became especially visible during the economic crisis. Dependence of such institutions as libraries, museums, national parks, etc. on government funds threatened to destroy the whole sector, leading to huge losses of cultural values and even physical disappearance of thousands of cultural institutions in the rural areas. In response to these challenges, the Anti-Crisis Program concentrated on support to the rural libraries, museums and clubs. In March of 2011, the Anti-Crisis Humanitarian Program, in cooperation with the Ukrainian Center for Museum Development and Rinat Akhmetov’s Foundation “Development of Ukraine”, conducted the international conference “Public Reform of Museum Management and Marketing”. More than 150 museum employees from all regions of Ukraine, as well as experts from USA, Poland, Belorussia, Lithuania, Kazakhstan and Russia discussed the state of affairs in the museum sector of Ukraine. They analyzed the impact of the financial and economic crisis on museums and identified the key problems hampering implementation of innovative approaches to museum management. The program also provided support to a series of regional round tables where experts discussed ways to modernize local museums and improve professional communication in order to implement network projects at the local level. Another large-scale project of the program was the contest “Transformation of Cultural Institutions into Centers of Public Activities and Involvement of Artists in Philanthropy”. The project objective was to breath new life into village clubs by applying new approaches in cooperation with non-governmental and charity organizations. The program has helped many village non-governmental organizations to join efforts of the activists, public authorities, and business to support the local culture clubs. The organizations renovated club buildings, started hobby groups for children and youth, launched activities of amateur art groups, and gave several charity concerts to raise funds for development of cultural institutions. The civil society organizations operating in the sector of culture have set up a network, allowing them to have more active exchange of experience and ideas.

96


ANTI-CRISIS HUMANITARIAN PROGRAM

A renovated village club, the center of civil activity, was inaugurated in the village of Rastiv, Tur District, Volyn Region, thanks to the initiative of the Association of Citizens “Volyn’s Prospects” supported by the Foundation. The villagers, at their own initiative, mobilized support for the village culture center and raised about UAH 3,000 to provide for minor repairs. Local businessmen supported the renovation with bricks and roofing slates. During three months the villagers worked as volunteers every Saturday to restore the club, cleaning the territory, repairing the walls, renewing the stage, purchasing office equipment and furniture, installing lights, and decorating the stage. Folk clothing was purchased for participants of the local amateur dance group. When the facility was ready, the local activists initiated training seminars for those who wanted to start green tourism business.

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IRF COST STRUCTURE 2011

Total number of Organizations supported: 449 Total number of projects: 665

Projects supported: 665

Total grants amount: UAH 61,642,676

Anti-crisis Humanitarian Program (UAH 10,390,387)

Mass Media (UAH 3,568,736)

Civil Society Impact Enhancment (UAH 12,748,347)

Education program (UAH 3,260,991)

European Program (UAH 6,439,572)

Roma of Ukraine (UAH 2,534,462)

East-east: Partnership Beyond Borders (UAH 3,206,435)

Public Health (UAH 7,256,620)

Rule of Law (UAH 12,237,126)

Total grants amount: UAH 61,642,676


PROJECTS BY REGION OF UKRAINE

REGION

Autonomous Republic of Crimea

NUMBER OF PROJECTS

21

INCLUDING PANUKRAINIAN

4

A MOUNT IN UAH

1,465,895

INCLUDING PANUKRAINIAN,

UAH

214,690

Vinnytsia Oblast

16

3

1,161,846

625,280

Volyn Oblast

24

2

1,881,619

290,000

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast

21

3

1,276,910

307,000

Donetsk Oblast

38

7

2,853,084

988,174

Zhytomyr Oblast

2

0

111,100

0

Zakarpattia Oblast

39

3

1,997,297

307,184

Zaporizhzhia Oblast

8

0

367,540

0

Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast

17

4

1,376,305

550,838 17,337,587

Kyiv City

168

114

20,795,084

Kyiv Oblast

7

3

965,300

271,500

Kirovohrad Oblast

10

3

1,634,451

1,195,530

Luhansk Oblast

31

7

2,216,306

662,805

Lviv Oblast

41

17

3,602,063

1,964,422

Mykolayiv Oblast

12

1

869,765

232,573

Odesa Oblast

23

5

1,645,879

590,565

Poltava Oblast

19

4

1,240,740

395,975

Rivne Oblast

14

0

957,995

0

Sevastopol

4

1

469,840

120,000

Sumy Oblast

12

1

654,610

68,955

Ternopil Oblast

8

1

470,897

70,000

Kharkiv Oblast

30

9

3,292,514

1,438,050

Kherson Oblast

14

3

1,184,371

376,450

Khmelnytsky Oblast

12

0

1,541,893

0

Cherkasy Oblast

4

0

281,675

0

Chernivtsi Oblast

16

6

1,209,947

515,248

Chernihiv Oblast

10

2

703,745

238,100

Operational Activities

44

44

5,414,005

5,414,005

TOTAL

665

247

61,642,676

34,174,931


ORGANIZATIONS, SUPPORTED BY IRF IN 2011 ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

1.

Advisory Board on Access to Health Care in Ukraine (Kyiv, Mezhygirska str., 87B, tel. +380 44 467 75 69)

1

76,000

2.

Agency for Educational Policy, NGO (03113, Kyiv, Lagerna str., 30/32, tel. +380 44 456 08 14)

1

41,157

3.

Agency for European Innovations, NGO (79020, Lviv, P.Panch str., 11/3, tel. +380 32 293 53 43)

1

99,879

4.

Agency for Legislative Initiatives (04071, Kyiv, Nyzhny Val Str., 33, Office 8, tel. +380 44 531 37 68)

7

771,431

5.

Agronova, NGO (10025, Zhytomyr, Kosmonavtiv str., 14, tel. +380 412 33 07 75)

1

35,000

6.

All-Ukrainian Special Board for Fighting Corruption (01033, Kyiv, Zhylyanska str., 24, tel. +380 44 223 13 45)

2

53,792

7.

All-Ukrainian association “User” (21018, Vinnytsia P.O. Box 4985, tel. +380 423 53 03 60)

1

6,940

8.

All-Ukrainian Association for Patients Rights “Health of the Nation”

1

32,966

9.

All-Ukrainian Charitable Foundation “Social Partnership” (01021, Kyiv, Klovskyy descent, 9/2, tel. +380 44 591 54 44)

3

160,824

10.

All-Ukrainian Charitable Organization “Ukrainian Association of Philanthropists” (04209, Kyiv, Obolonsky Av., 37-V, Office 9, tel. +380 44 412 39 82)

1

195,810

11.

All-Ukrainian Ecological NGO “МАМА-86” (03057, Kyiv, Akademika Yanhelya Str., 4, Office 126, tel. +380 44 456 13 38)

1

134,562

12.

All-Ukrainian Foundation “Step by Step” (01034, Kyiv, Pushkinska Str., 9а, Office 4, tel. +380 44 235 11 36)

4

357,446

13.

All-Ukrainian Fund “Books of Ukraine: (03057, Kyiv, Zhelyabova str., 2, tel. +380 44 455 58 91)

1

50,000

14.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Association for the Support of Public Self-Organization” (65014, Odessa, Marazliyivska Str., 38, tel. +380 48 738 68 30)

1

190,370

15.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Association of Substitution Therapy Patients of Ukraine” (49128, Dnipropetrovsk, Brativ Trofimovykh Str., 113, tel. +380 56 785 89 83)

1

100,000

16.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Association of the Regional Development Agencies (01001, Kyiv, Khreshchatyk str., 4, Office 17, tel. +380 44 494 18 96)

1

1,199,613

17.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Association of Ukrainian Monitors of Human Rights in Law Enforcement” (01004, Kyiv, Baseina str., 9G, tel. +380 44 417 41 18)

1

438,00

18.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Association to Assist Aggrieved Investors” (01001, Kyiv, P.O. Box 110 B, tel. +380 44 229 28 42)

1

398,235

19.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Civic Network “OPORA” (04070, Kyiv, P.O. Box 43, tel. +380 44 503 08 23)

3

450,500

20.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Committee of Voters of Ukraine” (04212, Kyiv, P.O. Box 56,, tel. +380 44 419 00 61)

2

173,946

21.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Foundation for Medical Law and Bioethics of Ukraine” (79044, Lviv, Boikivska Str., 10/3, tel. +380 322 76 55 07)

2

437,737

22.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Independent Association of Broadcasters” (01032, Kyiv, Saksaganskogo str., 103, office 30, tel. +380 44 254 55 56)

1

63,720

23.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Institute of Political Education” (01001, Kyiv, Patorzhynskoho Str., 4, Office 4, tel. +380 44 278 55 16)

1

176,980

24.

All-Ukrainian NGO “National Ecological Center of Ukraine” (01032, Kyiv, S. Petliury Str., 1, tel. +380 44 238 62 59)

1

38,609

107


ORGANIZATION

25.

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

All-Ukrainian NGO “Union of Rural Women in Ukraine” (38100, Poltava Oblast, Zіnkіv, Lenіn Str., 89, tel. +380 53 533 13 64)

4

26.

All-Ukrainian NGO “Urban X” (03113, Kyiv, Artyleriyskyy lane 1А, office 74, tel. +380 44 456 92 90)

1

39,500

27.

All-Ukrainian NGO Association “Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union” (04071, Kyiv, Olehivska St, 36, Office 309, tel. +380 44 417 41 18)

3

284,261

28.

All-Ukrainian Union of NGOs “Roma Congress of Ukraine” (01001, Kyiv, Mala Zhytomyrska str., 9-B, tel. +380 44 278 87 11)

1

24,000

29.

All-Ukrainian Youth NGO “European Youth of Ukraine” (01015, Kyiv, Staronavodnitzika str., 17/2, tel. +380 44 361 54 53)

1

100,000

30.

All-Ukrainian Youth NGO “Young Rukh” (04071, Kyiv, Obolonska Str., 21 А, tel. +380 44 239 24 26)

1

116,760

31.

All-Ukrainian Youth NGO “Youth Employment Center” (21050, Vinnytsia Oblast, Vіnnytsia, Soborna Str., 72, Office 311, tel. +380 432 57 94 17)

1

50,000

32.

Association “Energy Efficient Cities of Ukraine” (79020, Lviv, Pletenetskoho Str., 2, Office 1)

1

71,526

33.

Association for Local Communities Development, NGO (52024, Dnipropetrovsk obl., Chumaky, Shkilna Str., 13, tel. +380 56 729 22 07)

1

85,000

34.

Association for the Development of Local Self-Government NGO (91033, Luhansk, Shevchenka Quarter, 14/67, tel. +380 642 59 97 05)

1

46,980

35.

Association of Entrepreneurs of the Balta Raion, Odesa Oblast (66101, Odessa Oblast, Balta, Uvarova Str., 30, Office 3, tel. +380 4866 21 298)

1

15,700

36.

Association of Free Journalists, NGO (95051, Simferopol, Hogol str., 100/1, tel. +380 652 249 410)

1

128,134

37.

Association of Kyiv School Directors, NGO (04215, Kyiv, Radyanskoyi Ukrainy Prosp., 32-Ye, tel. +380 44 434 84 64)

1

43,800

38.

Association of Musical Culture of Transcarpathian Roma “Lautari” (Musician) (88018, Uzhhorod, Novaka Str., 4/10)

1

32,000

39.

Association of Palliative and Hospice Care (04060, Kyiv, Shcuseva str., 24, tel. 097 14 17 456)

1

113,260

40.

Association of Social-economic Strategies and Partnerships association” (83000, Donetsk, Pushkin blvd. 13, tel. +380 62 381 32 91)

1

50,000

41.

A-VESTA NGO (21000, Vinnytsia, 600-Ricchya str., 52, tel. +380 67 700 50 76)

1

110,000

42.

Bakhchisaray Regional Development Center “Top-Kaya” (98405, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Bakhchysarai, Kiltseva Str., 11, tel. +380 50 664 06 16)

3

73,070

43.

Bakhnat Ecology Center (84528, Donetsk Oblast, Zvanivka, Zelena str. 1а, tel. +380 66 272 30 04)

1

80,000

44.

Bethany Social Service (04070, Kyiv, Ihorivska str., 2/6, office 2, tel. +380 44 425 72 78)

1

50,000

45.

Bila Tserkva City NGO “Legal Unity” (09100, Kyiv Oblast, Bіla Tserkva, bul. 50-rіchchya Peremogi, 96, k.13, tel. +380 4563 50 450)

2

264,040

46.

Bila Tserkva City NGO “Public Committee for the Constitutional Right to Legal Aid” (09100, Kyiv Oblast, Bіla Tserkva, Skvyrske Shose, 194, Office 207, tel. +380 4563 447 33)

1

380,198

47.

Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky Union of Roma “Nevo Drom” (New Path) (67000, Odessa Oblast, BіlgorodDnіstrovsky, Dzerzhynskoho Str., 72, tel. +380 484 923 564)

1

60,300

48.

Bilozerka Region Branch of Kherson State Youth Public Organization “Youth Center of the Regional Development” (75000, Kherson Oblast, Shiroka Balka, Bіlozersikii r-n, K. Marks str., 98, tel. +380 5547 33 768)

3

131,030

49.

Boryspil Social Services Center (08300, Kyiv oblast, Boryspil, Holovatoho str., 89)

1

49,562

108

298,100


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

50.

Caritas-Lviv Charitable Foundation” (79007, Lviv, Lystopadovoho Chynu str., 12/8-А, tel. 0322 720 844)

2

87,916

51.

Center for Civic and Cultural Initiatives Support “Tamarisk” (49000, Dnipropetrovsk, P.O. Box 907, tel. +380 562 716 45 77)

1

55,000

52.

Center for European Cooperation (83092, Donetsk, 230 Division Str., 4/187, tel. +380 50 654 56 21)

1

88,470

53.

Center for Legal Assistance (45000, Volyn Oblast, Kovel, Hrushevskoho str., 14, tel. +380 3352 7 39 92.

1

65,000

54.

Center for Political Studies and Analytics” (02140, Kyiv, Bazhana av., 26, tel. +380 44 574 77 19)

1

100,000

55.

Center for Regional Studies (65074, Odessa, Gaydara str., 3а, tel. +380 48 719 85 36)

1

190,065

56.

Center for Social Welfare “Dobrochyn” (14017, Chernіgіv, P.O. Box 435, tel. +380 462 67 71 81)

1

55,000

57.

Center for Society Research (04210, Kyiv, Heroyiv Stalingrada Av., 26, Office 214, tel. +380 67 502 57 27)

1

70,000

58.

Center for Strategic Partnership” (88017, Uzhgorod, Universytetska Str., 21, tel. +380 312 64 44 51)

1

63,274

59.

Center for Support of the Reforms (77503, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Dolyna, Hrushevskoho str. 11, tel. +380 3477 252 30)

1

41,500

60.

Center for the Study of Geopolitical Problems and Euro-Atlantic Cooperation in the Black Sea Region “Nomos” (99007, Sevastopol, M. Muzyky Str., 24, tel. +380 692 45 04 51)

1

120,000

61.

Center for the Unity of European Youth “For a Common Future” (79008, Lviv, Soborna Sq. 10/1)

1

49,650

62.

Center of Central Europe History Study (Lviv, Bohomoltsya str., 6/2, tel. +380 32 275 17 34)

1

119,920

63.

CENTER.UA (01004, Kyiv, Kropyvnytskoho Str., 10, tel. +380 44 254 63 09)

3

443,327

64.

Centre for Political and Legal Reforms (01001, Kyiv, Kostyolna str., 8, office 24, tel. +380 44 270 59 75, 599 01 93)

3

369,437

65.

Charitable Association Helping People with HIV/AIDS “Svitlo Nadiyi” (Light of Hope) (36000, Poltava, Artema Str., 28-А, tel. +380 532 50 85 99)

1

160,000

66.

Charitable Foundation “Ivano-Frankivs’k regional charitable foundation “Rodyna” (76000, IvanoFrankіvsk, Lepkogo Str., 23b/1, tel. +380 342 72 50 49)

1

75,460

67.

Charitable Foundation “Local Initiative” (65110, Odessa, Balkіvsika Str.,, 36, kv. 55, tel. +380 67 480 64 99)

1

100,000

68.

Charitable Foundation “Podil Community” (21050, Vinnytsia Oblast, Vіnnytsia, P.O. Box 8009, tel. +380 432 57 2224)

1

20,580

69.

Charitable Foundation for Aid to Incurable People “Mother Theresa” (76002, Ivano-Frankіvsk, Novakivskoho Str., 8, tel. +380 34 78 17 19)

4

504,438

70.

Charitable Foundation To Help Refugees and Asylum-Seekers “Sympathy” (65107, Odessa, Kanatna str., 83, tel. +380 96 160 22 71)

1

50,150

71.

Charitable Organization “Council for People of Elderly Age in Kyiv” (04114, Kyiv, Vyshhorodska Str., 67, tel. +380 44 431 05 09)

2

222,320

72.

Charitable Organization “All-Ukrainian Charitable Foundation “Krona” (04070, Kyiv, H. Skovorody Str., 19, tel. +380 44 200 41 11)

1

99,500

73.

Charitable Organization “Angel of Mercy” (83077, Donetsk, Heroyiv Truda Str., 8, Office 85, tel. +380 62 208 30 03)

1

16,000

74.

Charitable Organization “Center for Educational Initiatives” (79019, Lviv, P.O. Box 2832, tel. +380 32 235 87 11).

1

99,960

75.

Charitable Organization “Charitable Foundation “Rokada” (03065, Kyiv, P.O. Box 108, tel. +380 44 501 56 96)

2

144,020

109


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

76.

Charitable Organization “Charitable Institution “Kyiv City Rehabilitation Center for Mentally Handicapped Children and Adults “Olesya” (03187, Kyiv, Teremkivska Str., 9, tel. +380 44 250 03 78)

1

56,000

77.

Charitable Organization “Chernihiv Women’s Human Rights Center” (14014, Chernіgіv, Tolstoho Str., 120, P.O. Box 797, tel. +380 4622 483 26).

1

48,160

78.

Charitable Organization “Joint Association of Society” (90300, Zakarpattia Oblast, Vynogradіv, Mury Sq., 4/52, tel. +380 3143 2 21 85)

3

231,798

79.

Charitable Organization “Kyiv Oblast Charitable Foundation “Hope and Trust” (01135, Kyiv, Dmitrіvsika str., 96/98, apt. 6, tel. +380 44 484 30 79)

2

295,625

80.

Charitable Organization “Teachers for Democracy and Partnership” (02166, Kyiv, Zhukova Str., 45, Office 409, tel. +380 44 228 86 77)

1

10,782

81.

Charitable Organization “Ukrainian Philanthropists Forum” (04070, Kyiv, Illinska Str., 18, office 1, tel. +380 44 425 92 94).

1

25,000

82.

Charitable Organization “Your Right” (79060, Lviv, P.O. Box 2697/1, tel. +380 32 243 94 09)

1

64,860

83.

Cherkasy City NGO “Industrial Management Expert Society” (18007, Cherkasy, vul. Blagovіsna, 262, tel. +380 472 37 00 75)

1

158,176

84.

Cherkasy Oblast NGO “Romani Rota” (19700, Cherkasy Oblast, Zolotonosha, Novoselivska Str., 2А, Office 61, Room 2)

1

38,646

85.

Chernihiv City National-Cultural Society “Neve Roma” (14021, Chernihiv, Cherkaska Str., 23, tel. +380 462 728-775)

1

40,000

86.

Chernihiv City Youth NGO “Polissya Foundation for International and Regional Studies” (14005, Chernihiv, Myru prosp., 68, office 916, tel. +380 462 66 11 27)

1

100,000

87.

Chernihiv Human Rights Committee” (14000, Chernіgіv, Horkoho Str., 57/1, tel. +380 46 262 53 81)

2

134,800

88.

Chernivtsi City Center for Protection of private entrepreneurs and small businesses (58000, Chernivtsi, Kobylyanskoyi Str., 3, tel. +380 372 58 53 14)

1

79,334

89.

Chernivtsi City Charitable Foundation “New Family” (58013, Chernivtsi, Komarova Str., 28G, tel. +380 372 55 83 63)

1

46,000

90.

Chernivtsi City Charitable Foundation “Life for Life” (58000, Chernіvtsі, vulitzya Starobelska, 3, tel. +380 372 57 24 67)

1

56,000

91.

Chernivtsi City Youth Organization “Ukrainian Youth Club” (58000, Chernivtsi, Lomonosova St, 2)

2

134,482

92.

Chernivtsi Oblast Environmental Youth Organization “Bukvytsia” (58029, Chernіvtsі, Nezalezhnosti Prosp., 90G, 81, tel. +380 3722 3 10 32)

1

56,115

93.

Chernivtsi Oblast NGO “Bukovyna Foundation for Regulatory Reform in Ukraine” (58005, Chernivtsi, Kovalchuka Str., 1)

1

58,000

94.

Chernivtsi Oblast NGO “Foundation for New Technology” (58004, Chernivtsi, Vesnyana Str., 48)

2

135,000

95.

Chernivtsi Oblast NGO “Society “Bukovyna – Our Home!” (58000, Chernivtsi, Universytetska Str., 46, Office 3)

1

60,000

96.

Chernivtsi Regional NGO “Bright Future for You”

1

78,780

97.

Chop Democratic Union of Roma (89502, Zakarpattia Oblast, Chop, Priozerna str., 94, tel. +380 312 711 583)

2

105,400

98.

City Charitable Foundation “Moloda Hromada” (Youth Community) (65009, Odessa, Chernyakhovskoho Str., 11, tel. 8, tel. +380 48 715-36-06)

1

28,000

110


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

99.

City NGO “Promoting After-School Education and Social Protection of Children and Adolescents at the Palace of Children and Youth” (33028, Rivne, Knyazya Volodymyra Str., 10)

1

4,458

100.

City NGO “Severodonetsk Agency for Community Development” (93400, Luhansk Oblast, Sievierodonetsk, vul. Lenіna, 32a, tel. +380 6452 551 50)

1

50,000

101.

City NGO “Small Business Laboratory” (07100, Kyiv Oblast, Slavutych, Heroyiv Dnipra Str., 2, tel. +380 4479 3 01 71, 2 47 80)

1

120,000

102.

City Youth NGO “Sails of Hope” (84604, Donetsk Oblast, Horlivka, Prometeya Str., 13)

1

50,000

103.

City Youth NGO “Youth Alternative “M’ART” (14000, Chernіgіv, P.O. Box 79, tel. +380 46 277 41 10)

2

238,100

104.

Civic Liberties Center (01004, Kyiv, Baseina str., 97, office 25, tel. +380 44 246 71 36)

1

72,000

105.

Civic Parliament NGO (Kyiv, Melnykova str., 81, корпус 20, tel. +380 68 351 59 25)

1

80,000

106.

Civic Portal Information and Analytical Center (02140, Kyiv, B. Hmyri Str., 3, Office 140, tel. +380 44 572 93 37)

1

140,100

107.

Club Eney, NGo (03057, Kyiv, Dovzhenko str., 2, tel. +380 44 455 62 84)

1

64,000

108.

Collective Enterprise “Institute for Fundamental Problems of High Technology, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences for National Progress” (03028, Kyiv, P.O. Box 58)

1

99,000

109.

Condominium Resource Center (91055, Luhansk, Pushkin str., 8, office 312, tel. +380 642 93 24 59)

2

230,123

110.

Congress of National Minorities of Ukraine (04070, Kyiv, vul. Volosika, 8/5, k. 6, tel. +380 44 425 97 58)

1

60,000

111.

Congress of Zakarpattia Roma “Pralipe” (88007, Uzhhorod, Bohatyrska Str., 45)

1

40,000

112.

Crimea Human Rigths Defence Alliance (98600, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Yalta, Kirova str., 39, building 55, tel. +380 50 102 27 12)

1

45,000

113.

Crimean Republican Charitable Fund “Crimean World” (95000, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Sіmferopol, Chekhova Str., 24, Office 17, tel. +380 652 51 16 13)

2

241,216

114.

Cultural Society for the Protection of the Interests of Hungarian Roma in Zakarpattia “Ung Romen” (88000, Uzhgorod, Parkhomenko Str., 14/6, tel. +380 50 665 49 79)

1

40,000

115.

Culture Bank, NGO (01015, Kyiv, Leiptsizka Str., 5 tel. +380 66 348 78 92)

1

124,400

116.

Democratic Initiatives Foundation (01001, Kyiv, P.O. Box B-271, tel. +380 44 581 33 17)

2

109,068

117.

Development and Social Initiatives Institute (Luhansk, 50 Rokiv Zhovtnya Quarter,. 22, tel. +380 50 102 27 12)

1

45,000

118.

Dnipropetrovsk City NGO “Association for Protection of the Rights of Consumers of Housing and Communal Services “Nash Dim” (Our House) (49000, Dnipropetrovsk, vul. Komsomolisika, 56, k. 510, tel. (056) 767-28-40)

1

100,000

119.

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Charitable Organization “Rainbow Shine” (52043, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Voloske, Dnipropetrovsky Raion, Poshtova Str., 8)

4

114,750

120.

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast NGO “Federation of Traditional Kozak Martial Arts “Spas” (49000, Dnipropetrovsk, Henerala Hrushevoho Str., 9)

1

50,000

121.

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast NGO “Dnipropetrovsk Coordination-Expert Center for Regulatory Policy” (49102, Dnipropetrovsk, Zelena Str., 1/110, tel. +380 56 77 66 456)

2

169,546

122.

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast NGO “Independent Association of Journalists” (49047, Dnipropetrovsk, P.O.Box 7013, tel. +380 56 772 03 58)

2

207,000

123.

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast NGO “Open Door” (53211, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Nikopol, Mykytina Str., 8)

1

19,000

124.

Dnipropetrovsk Oblast NGO “Promin” (49094, Dnipropetrovsk, Yaruzhna Str., 49A, Room 17)

1

41,254

125.

Dobropillya Youth Center (85004, Donetsk oblast, Dobropillya, Zaliznychna Str., 18, tel. +380 50 935 98 35)

1

30,000

126.

Donetsk City Youth Art Center “Ecoart” (83114, Donetsk, Universytetska Str., 96, Room 313)

1

56,604

111


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

127.

Donetsk Oblast Branch of the All-Ukrainian NGO “Committee of Voters of Ukraine” (83017, Donetsk, Shkilny boulvd., 7/42, tel. +380 62 337 6316)

2

215,020

128.

Donetsk Oblast Charitable Foundation “Oberih” (85113, Donetsk Oblast, Kostyantynivka, 6 Veresnya Str., 40-А)

1

40,000

129.

Donetsk Oblast NGO “Donetsk Press Club” (83017, Donetsk, Ovnatanyana 4, Office 205)

1

60,260

130.

Donetsk Oblast NGO “Foundation for Regional Development” (83050, Donetsk, Pushkina Blvd., 32, Office 7)

1

136,942

131.

Donetsk Oblast NGO “Institute for Social Research and Political Analysis” (83001, Donetsk, Shchorsa Str., 12, Office 11, tel. +380 62 305 02 59)

1

126,730

132.

Donetsk Oblast NGO “Ridna Krayina” (Native Country) (84330, Donetsk Oblast, Kramatorsk, vul. Marіupolisika, 7, tel. +380 626 41 91 99)

1

57,840

133.

Donetsk Oblast NGO “Vzayemodiya” (83001, Donetsk, Dzerzhynskoho Prosp. 2/362)

1

56,241

134.

Donetsk Youth Debate Centre (83003, Donetsk, Illicha Prosp., 79/31, tel. +380 62 385 98 39)

1

321,675

135.

Drop-in Center, Charitable Foundation (03126, Kyiv, P.O.Box 50, тел. +380 44 353 19 24)

1

40,000

136.

Dukh i Litera” (Spirit and Letter) Scientific Publishing Association (04070, Kyiv, Skovorody Str., 2, Office 210, tel. +380 44 425 60 20

1

39,665

137.

Dvorichna Local Communities Fund (62702, Kharkiv OblaStr. Dvorichna, tel. +380 5750 77 946)

2

117,000

138.

Education Monitoring Center” (01042, Kyiv, Fіlatov str., 1/22, offіce 106, tel. +380 44 521 24 72)

2

488,178

139.

Educational Resource Center (79019, Lviv, P.O. Box 2832)

1

26,000

140.

Electoral Law Institute, NGO (04070, Kyiv, Voloska Str., 8/5, tel. +380 44 463 65 93)

1

106,000

141.

Environmental NGO “MAMA-86” (84528, Donetsk Oblast, Artemivsk, Artema Str., 51)

1

58,000

142.

European Club, NGO (39600, Poltava oblast, Kremenchuk, Pershotravneva str., 20, tel. +380 53 674 15 65)

2

220,775

143.

Faith, Hope, Love, NGO (65011, Odesa, Uspenska str., 53, tel. +380 48 777 25 17)

1

62,550

144.

Fortetsya (Fortress) NGO (01024, Kyiv, Shovkovychna str., 24, +380 44 253 24 88)

1

159,960

145.

Foundation “Legal Education” (83050, Donetsk, Vatutina Prosp., 1-А, Office 104, tel. +380 62 33793 84)

2

146,845

146.

Foundation for Help and Development (88003, Uzhhorod, P.O. box 5, tel. +380 96 949 31 62).

2

100,000

147.

Foundation for Mykolaiv City Development (54001, Mykolayiv, P.O. Box 54, tel. +380 512 47 38 79)

1

49,376

148.

Foundation for Voloske Community Development (52043, Dnipropetrovsk obl., Voloske, Centralna str., 18, tel. +380 67 311 41 67)

1

40,000

149.

Future of Berehovo Roma, NGO (90202, Zakarpattia Oblast, Beregovo, Robocha Str., 54, tel. +380 99 729 24 90)

1

40,000

150.

Gadynkivtsi Revival, NGO (Ternopil oblast, Gadynkivtski, Zaliznychna str., 14, tel. +380 3557 44 360)

1

40,000

151.

Global, Information and Research Center (65082, Odessa, Dvoryanska Str., 2, tel. +380 482 68 72 84)

1

37,500

152.

H.Yakymovych Foundation (79038, Lviv, Medovoji Pechery str., 38/57, tel. +380 32 290 14 76)

1

80,000

153.

Health and Family Planning, Charitable Fund (tel. +380 44 242 26 20)

1

5,396

154.

Hope of Generation, NGO (44863, Volyn Oblast, Turiysk Raion, Makovychi, tel. +380 3363 987 22)

1

19,685

155.

Hoshca state administration (35400, Rivne oblast, Hosca, Shevchenka str. 2) tel. +380 3650 2 11 04)

1

10,651

156.

Human Rights Center “Tree of Life” (61103, Kharkiv, 23 Serpnya Str., 55 B, Room 41)

1

86,000

157.

Independence, NGO (Vinnytsya, Pyrohova str., 109/в, tel. +380 432 502 112)

1

56,000

158.

Independent Association of Investigative Journalists (79071, Lviv, P.O.Box 1580, tel. +380 50 370 46 43)

1

184,370

112


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

1

Total, UAH

159.

Information Press Center (95005, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Sіmferopol, Sevastopolska Str., 8, Office 106, tel. +380 652 25 15 48)

199,800

160.

Informational and Analytical Agency “Nash Chas” (01054, Kyiv, Pavlivska Str., 17, Office 81)

1

32,000

161.

Institute for Analysis of State and Regional Policies (43010, Lutsk, Kopernіk str., 36 a, tel. +380 50 597 12 90)

1

130,000

162.

Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (01034, Kyiv, Reitarsika str., 8/5-A, tel. +380 44 235 63 27, 278 63 60)

2

507,750

163.

Institute for Gender Transformations, NGO (36014, Poltava, Shevchenka str., 19B, +380 532 65 45 43)

1

25,000

164.

Institute for Leadership, Innovations and Development, NGO (01014, Kyiv, Bastionna Str., 9, tel. +380 44 332 26 45)

1

8,000

165.

Institute for Legal Studies and Strategies, NGO (61002, Kharkiv, P.O.Box 10397, tel. +380 57 700 67 71, 700 67 72)

5

617,189

166.

Institute of Regional Social Policy (61166, Kharkiv, Aviatsiyna str., 22, tel. +380 57 702 06 94)

1

49,910

167.

Institute of the Civil Society NGO (95047, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Sіmferopol, Donskogo str., 22, tel. +380 652 48 48 22)

2

68,482

168.

International Charitable Foundation “Ukrainian Women’s Fund” (04050, Kyiv, vul. Artema 79, office 38, tel. +380 44 568 5389)

1

40,000

169.

International Charitable Foundation “Academy of Ukrainian Press” (04208, Kyiv, vul. Porika, 11a, tel. +380 50 330 51 81)

4

401,790

170.

International Charitable Foundation “Health of Ukrainian People” (01042, Kyiv, Chyhorina Str., 18, Office 423)

1

43,700

171.

International Charitable Foundation “International Foundation for Education Policy Research” (04080, Kyiv, Frunze Str., 24-B, Office 1)

1

150,000

172.

International Charitable Foundation “Ukrainian Legal Clinics Foundation” (04070, Kyiv, vul. Іliїnsika, 12, office 314, tel. +380 44 390 70 2, 203 02 73)

1

28,000

173.

International Charitable Foundation “Vertical” (03142, Kyiv, Krimsikogo, str., 4 A, office 110, tel. +380 44 227 35 30)

1

55,000

174.

International Charitable Fund for the Renaissance of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (04655, Kyiv, Skovorody Str., 2)

2

112,000

175.

International Charitable Organization “Chirikli” Roma Women’s Fund” (03127, Kyiv, Vasylkivska Str., 53, Building 1, Office 93, tel. +380 44 257 19 29)

4

678,942

176.

International Charitable Organization “Consortium for the Enhancement of Ukrainian Management Education” (01001, Kyiv, Esplanadna Str., 28, Office 7)

2

406,370

177.

International Charitable Organization “Environment-People-Law” (79000, Lviv, P.O. Box 316, tel. +380 322 257 682)

2

315,778

178.

International Charitable Organization “International Cooperation Support Foundation of Ukraine” (04071, Kyiv, vul. Verhnіi Val, 4 A, tel. +380 44 220 18 40)

2

199,024

179.

International Charitable Organization “Testing Technologies and Education Quality Monitoring Center” (01133, Kyiv, Fіlatova str., tel. +380 44 254-40-97)

2

374,924

180.

International Fund for Health and Environment Conservation “Region Karpat” (89600, Zakarpattia Oblast, Mukachevo, Michurina Str., 3)

1

79,993

181.

International Humanitarists Association (61077, Kharkiv, Svobody sq., 6, tel. +380 57 705 26 30)

1

168,360

182.

International NGO “Pylyp Orlyk Institute of Democracy” (03055, Kyiv, P.O. Box 282)

1

18,850

113


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

183.

International NGO “International Center for Policy Studies” (04050, Kyiv, Pymonenka Str., 13а)

1

200,000

184.

International NGO “Internews-Ukraine” (04112, Kyiv, Ryzka Str., 15 (P.O. Box 57), tel. +380 44 458 44 40)

2

260,238

185.

International NGO “Labor and Health Social Initiatives” (01042, Kyiv, Druzhby Narodiv Blvd., 21, Office 1)

1

100,796

186.

International NGO “Polish-Ukrainian Cooperation Foundation (PAUCI)” (04070, Kyiv, Illinska Str., 18, Office 1, tel. +380 44 425 92 58)

1

190,000

187.

International NGO “Ukrainian Hromada” (04071, Kyiv, Shota Rustaveli Str., 29, Office 2)

2

151,500

188.

International Women’s Rights Center “La Strada – Ukraine” (03113, Kyiv, P.O. Box 26)

1

4,710

189.

Ivanivska Veselka (Ivanivka Rainbow) NGO (27130, Kirovohrad Oblast, Novoukrayunka Raion, Ivanivka, Centralna str., 54A, tel. +380 50 457 30 28

1

45,000

190.

Ivano-Frankivsk Caritas Foundation (76493, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, Krykivtski, Krykhivetska str., 102, tel. +380 342 77 99 89)

1

78,791

191.

Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast NGO “Stanislav Human Rights Group” (76018, Ivano-Frankіvsk, vul. Garkushі, 2/40, tel. +380 347 31 331)

3

175,350

192.

Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast Organization “Young Education” (76018, Ivano-Frankivsk, Volodymyra Velykoho Str., 9/7)

2

37,040

193.

Izmail City NGO “Right to a Future” (68600, Odesa Oblast, Izmail, Nakhimova Str., 403/1, Office 76)

1

11,800

194.

Kakhovka City NGO “Spozhyvach” (Consumer) (74800, Kherson Oblast, Kakhovka, Melitopolska Str., 143)

1

89,316

195.

Kalynove NGO “Dobrobut” (93350, Luhansk Oblast, Kalynove, Popasnyansky Raion, Zarichna Str., 13а)

1

8,062

196.

Kamyanets-Podilsky Association of Family Doctors “Family Doctor” (32330, Khmelnytsky Oblast, Kamyanets-Podilsky, Vasylyeva Str., 13 б, Room 36)

1

10,000

197.

Kamyanets-Podilskyy Lawyers Association (32300, Kamyanets-Podilskyy, Koriatovychiv str. 9, tel. +380 3849 519 11)

2

199,851

198.

Karpaty is my home, NGO (76018, Ivano-Frankivsk, P.O.Box 83, tel. +380 342 50 02 35)

1

50,000

199.

Kharkiv City Charitable Foundation “Blaho” (61044, Kharkiv, Moskovsky Prosp., 259)

1

72,000

200.

Kharkiv City NGO “Kharkiv Institute for Social Research” (61057, Kharkiv, vul. Sumsika, 4, ofіs 25, tel. +380 96 364 87 14)

1

241,843

201.

Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (61002, Kharkiv, P.O. Box 10430, tel. +380 57 700 67 71)

3

306,695

202.

Kharkiv Oblast Branch of the All-Ukrainian Organization of Disabled Persons “Union of Organizations of Disabled Persons of Ukraine” (61002, Kharkiv, Myronosytska Str., 47)

1

22,650

203.

Kharkiv Oblast Charitable Foundation “Academia” (61000, Kharkiv, Lermontovska Str., 27)

1

7,585

204.

Kharkiv Oblast NGO “Community Development Association” (61002, Kharkiv, P.O. Box 8755)

1

47,000

205.

Kharkiv Oblast Roma National and Cultural Society “Romen” (62341, Kharkiv Oblast, Mala Danylivka, Derhachivska Raion, B. Khmelnytskoho Str., 8)

1

35,000

206.

Kharkiv Oblast Youth NGO “Foundation of Regional Initiatives” (61144, Kharkiv, Akademika Pavlova Str., 160H, Room 31)

1

198,500

207.

Kharkiv Public Foundation for Local Democracy (61003, Kharkiv, Rozy Luxembourg Square, 10, 7th floor, tel. +380 57 731 60 44)

1

35,350

208.

Kharkiv Social Studies Institute (61057, Kharkiv, Sumska str., 4, office 25, tel. +380 57 760 46 23)

2

235,600

114


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

209.

Khartsyzk City Society of Disabled Persons “Spark” (86700, Donetsk Oblast, Khartsyzk, Postysheva Str., 220)

1

40,000

210.

Kherson City Civic Association “For the Future of Kherson” (73000, Kherson, Suvorova Str., 37, tel. +380 552 26 31 46)

1

130,000

211.

Kherson City Journalists Association “Pivden” (South) (73022, Kherson, vul. Frunze, 2, ofіs 24, tel. +380 552 26 50 39)

2

246,450

212.

Kherson Oblast Branch of Committee of Voters of Ukraine (73036, Kherson, Prydniprovskyi Spusk, 1, Office 8, tel. +380 552 32 50 26)

2

173,600

213.

Kherson Oblast Charitable Fund “Union” (73000, Kherson, Ushakova Prosp., 62, Room 35)

1

19,975

214.

Kherson Oblast Charity and Health Foundation (73000, Kherson, Frunze Str., 2, Office 24, tel. +380 552 49 60 03)

2

244,000

215.

Khmelnytsky Oblast Association of Lawyers “Protection Agency” (29013, Khmelnytsky, Podilska Str., 3, tel. +380 382 70 09 62)

2

658,392

216.

Khmelnytsky Oblast Charitable Foundation “Caritas” (29015, Khmelnytsky)

1

72,780

217.

Khmelnytsky Oblast NGO “Podil Legal League” (29000, Khmelnytsky, prov. Pushkіna, 1, tel. +380 382 702 742)

4

460,870

218.

Khmelnytsky Regional Charitable Foundation “Strengthening Communities” (30400, Khmelnytsky Oblast, Shepetivka, Podilsky Prov., 20)

1

90,000

219.

Khmelnytsky University of Management and Law (29000, Khmelnytsky, Teatralna Str., 8)

1

50,000

220.

Kirovohrad City NGO “Mutual Help of Free People” (Kirovohrad, Kinny Prov. 6, Room 26)

1

56,000

221.

Kirovohrad Informational TV Youth Association “Open Door” (25006, Kirovohrad, Dekabrystiv Str., 6/15)

1

35,000

222.

Kirovohrad Oblast Branch of All-Ukrainian NGO “Association of Public Self-Organization” (25005, Kirovohrad, P.O. Box 48)

1

160,000

223.

Kirovohrad Oblast Charitable Foundation “Kirovohrad Oblast Development” (25002, Kirovohrad, Orjonikidze Str., 7, office 505, tel. +380 50 572 91 33)

1

20,000

224.

Kirovohrad Oblast Citizens Association “Institute of Socio-Cultural Management” (25006, Kirovohrad, P.O. Box 4/30)

1

982,040

225.

Kirovohrad Oblast Citizens Association “Landowners and Farmers Protection Fund” (25014, Kirovohrad Oblast, Kіrovograd, Inzheneriv Str., 11, tel. +380 522 55 25 44)

1

60,000

226.

Kolomyya Caritas Foundation (78200, Ivano-Frankivsk obl., Kolomyya, Petlury str., 98, tel. +380 3433 216 91)

1

61,160

227.

Konotop Youth NGO “New Life” (41615, Sumy Oblast, Konotop, Lisovoho Str., 48/65)

1

25,000

228.

Krasnoarmiysk City Council Territorial Social Services Center (85300, Donetsk Oblast, Krasnoarmiysk, Sotsialistychna Str., 22)

1

32,760

229.

Kreatyv, NGO (57164, Mykolaiv Oblast, Kirovo, pr.Klubnyy 4, tel. +380 512 51 51 10)

1

55,000

230.

Kremenchuk Community Development Foundation” (39605, Poltava Oblast, Kremenchuk, 29 Veresnia Str., 10/24, Office 40, tel. +380 536 79 91 64)

1

90,000

231.

Kuzmyn Kodry NGO” (60441, Chernivtsi obl., Hluboka Raion, Valya Kuzmuna, Holovna str., 222, tel. +380 234 3 64 40)

1

55,000

232.

Kyiv City Charitable Organization “Ukrainian Institute on Public Health Policy” (01001, Kyiv, Malopidvalna Str., 4, Office 6)

1

278,952

233.

Kyiv Equal Opportunities School (03141, Kyiv, Volgogradska str., 23, office 32, tel. +38 44 275 14 68)

1

26,540

115


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

234.

Kyiv Oblast Branch of the International NGO “Ukraine-Poland-Germany” (08130, Kyiv, Petropavlivska Borshchahivka, Kyiv-Sviatoshynsky Raion, Yaroslava Mudroho Str., 1а)

2

202,343

235.

Laboratory of Researches CCC (Counterpart Creative Center) (02140, Kyiv, pr-t Bajana, 30, ofіs 7, tel. +380 44 574 64 11)

1

174,350

236.

Lesia Ukrainka Volyn National University Development Fund (43025, Lutsk, Voli Prosp. 13, Room 131)

2

58,357

237.

Local Community Development Agency “Sokolovy Kamin” (Falcon Stone) (90024, Zakarpattia Oblast, Maidan, Mizhhirsky Raion, Kosmonavtiv Str., 2, tel. +380 3122 27 1 35)

1

25,000

238.

Lugansk Regional Mediation Group (91031, Luhansk, kv. Dimitrova, 21/7, tel. +380 642 717 378)

1

49,900

239.

Luhansk Center for European Initiatives” (91011, Luhansk, Yeromenko Quarter 1, Office 19, tel. +380 66 269 83 65)

1

20,800

240.

Luhansk Oblast Branch of All-Ukrainian NGO “Committee of Voters of Ukraine” (93404, Luhansk Oblast, Sievierodonetsk, Lenina Str., 14, Office 26, tel. +380 645 242 196)

3

199,940

241.

Luhansk Oblast Human Rights Women’s NGO “Chaika” (Seagull) (91055, Luhansk, Lermontova Str., 1 B, Office 209)

1

28,406

242.

Luhansk Oblast NGO “Center of Creative Initiatives “Eastern Ukraine” (94015, Luhansk Oblast, Stakhaniv, 50-Rokiv Zhovtnia Prosp., 14/16, Office 15)

1

55,370

243.

Luhansk Oblast Organization “Eastern Ukrainian Center for Civic Initiatives” (91005, Luhansk, vul. 30-i kvartal, bud. 2, kv. 14, tel. 0642 49 13 76)

3

311,200

244.

Lutsk City NGO “Center of Political Analysis and Election Consulting” (43000, Lutsk, Kopernyka Str., 8а, Office 9)

1

160,000

245.

Lutsk National Technical University (43018, Lutsk, Lvivska Str., 75)

1

25,000

246.

Lutsk Samaritan Union (43020, Lutsk, Dekabrystiv str., 23, tel. +380 332 299 298)

1

58,000

247.

Lviv City NGO “Democratic Seminar Foundation” (79000, Lviv, Universytetska Str., 1, Room 318)

1

55,800

248.

Lviv City NGO “Institute for Political Technologies” (79008, Lviv, pl. Rinok, 8, tel. +380 32 235 48 61)

1

49,550

249.

Lviv City NGO “Education Policy Institute” (79008, Lviv, Lviv, Rynok Sq., 8, tel. +380 322 354 861)

1

138,126

250.

Lviv City NGO “Yunka Young Women’s Club” (79049, Lviv, Chervonoyi Kalyny Prosp. 121/84, tel. +380 322 22 86 59)

1

50,000

251.

Lviv City NGO “Mutual Aid Community “Oselya” (79495, Lviv Oblast, Vynnyky, I. Franka Str., 69)

2

131,317

252.

Lviv City Research Organization “Center for the Study of the Liberation Movement” (79026, Lviv, Kozelnytska Str., 4/501)

1

145,500

253.

Lviv Legal Society” (79058, Lviv, Gazova Str., 36/1, Office 37, tel. +380 322 94 92 63)

1

38,550

254.

Lviv NGO “Center for the Study of Local Self-Government” (79000, Lviv, proїzd Kriva Lipa, 6, tel. +380 32 297 53 09)

2

335,100

255.

Lviv Oblast Branch of the All-Ukrainian Youth Organization “Youth Employment Center” (79000, Lviv, Voronoho Str., 3)

1

31,724

256.

Lviv Oblast Organization of All-Ukrainian NGO “Civic Network “OPORA” (79007, Lviv, Nalyvaika Str., 7/6)

1

2,045

257.

Lviv Oblast Trade Union Committee “Solidarity” (79058, Lviv, Sorochynska Str., 8/19)

1

27,376

258.

Mamay, NGO (02095, Kyiv, Sribnokilska str., 22а, tel. +380 97 278 22 81)

1

117,400

259.

Media Law Institute (01015, Kyiv, Staronavodnitska, str., 8, office 24, tel. +380 44 284 61 64)

2

226,600

260.

Medical Association of the Mykolayiv Region (54030, Mykolayiv, Admirala Makarova Str., 1-а)

1

232,573

116


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

261.

Melitopol City Council Territorial Social Services Center (72304, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, Melitopol, Komunariv Str., 50)

1

51,000

262.

Melitopol Institute of State and Municipal Administration “Classical Private University” (72311, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, Melitopol, Kakhovske Shose, 8/2)

1

12,000

263.

Modern Initiatives Agency, NGO (88017, Uzhgorod, Dobroliubov str., 6/31, tel. +380 99 339 60 38)

1

65,000

264.

Mukachevo Caritas Foundation (tel. +380 312 66 45 23).

1

29,241

265.

Mukachevo Raion NGO “Cultural Society for the Protection of the Interests of Roma in Zakarpattia “Romano Amalipe” (89600, Zakarpattia Oblast, Mukachevo, vul. Іvana Franka, 56, tel. +380 99 236 65 19)

1

35,000

266.

Museum Charitable Foundation (65014, Odesa, Polska str. 19, tel. +380 48 729 31 04)

1

11,650

267.

My Severynivka NGO (tel. +380 4332 356-42)

1

60,000

268.

Mykolayiv Oblast Branch of the All-Ukrainian Charitable Organization “Movement in Support of Former Prisoners of Ukraine “Podolannya” (54001, Mykolayiv, Patyomkinska Str., 131 V)

1

30,000

269.

Mykolayiv Oblast Charitable Tuberculosis Foundation “Vita-Light” (54030, Mykolayiv, Velyka Morska Str., 33, Office 8, tel. +380 512 37 31 20)

3

196,181

270.

Mykolayiv Oblast Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education (54001, Mykolayiv, Admiralska Str., 4A)

1

89,935

271.

Myrhorod Raion NGO “Myrhorod Roma” (37600, Poltava Oblast, Myrgorod, Myru Str., 9, tel. +380 66 987 25 11)

1

40,000

272.

Nadiya (Hope) NGO (53550, Dnipropetrovsk obl. Tomakivka Raion, Volodymyrivka, Lenin str., 36, tel. +380 99 287 47 15)

1

40,000

273.

National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (04655, Kyiv, H. Skovorody Str., 2, Building 1, Office 216, tel. +380 44 425 60 59)

1

80,000

274.

Nemyriv Creative Initiatives Union, NGO (22800, Vinnytsia Oblast, Nemyriv, Horkoho str., 53, tel. +380 432 693 792)

1

54,000

275.

NGO “Protection of peasents’ rights” (Luhansk Oblast, Novopskov, Lenin str., 53, tel. +380 64 632 15 46)

1

49,900

276.

NGO “Agency for the Steady Development of the Luhansk Region” (91000, Luhansk, Bratіv Palkіnih str., 45-A, tel. +380 642 58 50 06)

3

214,525

277.

NGO “Civic Initiatives Club” (83110, Donetsk, Prozhektorna Str., 5a)

1

60,338

278.

NGO “Dixi Group” (02095, Kyiv, Srіbnokіlisika str., 24, P.O.Box 68, tel. +380 44 592 81 20)

6

491,349

279.

NGO “Eneyida” (85142, Donetsk Oblast, Olexandro-Kalynovo, Chervonohvardiyska Str., 9) tel. +380 50 473 30 63)

1

30,000

280.

NGO “Europe Without Barriers” (01034, Kyiv, Volodymyrska Str., 42, Office 21, tel. +380 44 238 68 43)

4

494,480

281.

NGO “European Research Association” (01030, Kyiv, Pyrohova Str., 4/26, Office 9, tel. +380 44 235 53 70)

1

325,178

282.

NGO “For Professional Journalism” (03067, Kyiv, P.O. Box 93, tel. +380 44 278 07 42)

2

382,300

283.

NGO “Gay Alliance” (01001, Kyiv, P.O.Box V-466, tel. +380 44 332 00 63)

1

64,000

284.

NGO “Hrodivka Group” (85345, Donetsk Oblast, Krasnoarmiysky Raion, Hrodivka, Donetska str., 97, tel. +380 62 53 21 42)

1

65,000

285.

NGO “Legal Aid Office” (61010, Kharkiv, Gagarin Prosp., 4, Office 87, tel. +380 57 754 59 86)

1

517,756

117


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

286.

NGO “Luhansk Civic Initiative” (91034, Luhansk, Lomonosova Str., 73, Office 507, tel. +380 642 50 84 24

3

249,800

287.

NGO “Public Committee for the Protection of Citizen’s Constitutional Rights and Freedoms” (91055, Luhansk, P.O. Box 98, tel. +380 642 55 34 25)

1

195,060

288.

NGO “Technologies for Optimal Personal Growth” (Creative Union “TORO”) (25005, Kirovohrad Oblast, Kіrovograd, P.O. Box 48, tel. +380 522 272 54)

2

213,490

289.

NGO “Unity” (Yednist) (85330, Donetsk Oblast Krasnoarmiysk Raion, Gryshyne, Tolbukhin str., 32, tel. +380 623 539 294)

1

37,734

290.

NGO “Vinnytsia Regional Information Center “Kreativ” (21036, Vinnytsia Oblast, Vіnnytsia, 40-Richchia Peremohy Str., 50/156, tel.+380 432 524 58 06)

1

95,370

291.

NGO “Volyn Perspectives” (43020, Lutsk, Dekabristіv str., 23, tel. +380 3322 555 42)

4

217,100

292.

NGO “Western Ukrainian Center for Social Partnership” (33028, Rivne Oblast, Rіvne, P.O. Box 114, tel. +380 362 22 10 81)

1

90,000

293.

NGO “Yevpatoria Regional Development Center” (97400, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Yevpatorіa, Krupskoyi Str., 36, Office 11, tel. +380 6569 290 60)

1

119,983

294.

Novoazovsk Raion NGO “Novoazovsk Community Development Fund” (87600, Donetsk Oblast, Novoazovsk, Engelsa Str., 80B)

1

80,000

295.

Novopskov Human Rights Defence Group (92303, Luhansk Oblast, Novopskov, tel. +380 6463 215 46)

1

72,000

296.

Objective (Object Lens) Media Group (95024, Simferopol, Dulber str., 7, tel. +380 50 503 06 25)

1

24,000

297.

Oblast Youth Employment Center (36039, Poltava, Kotsiubynskoho Str., 6, Room 510)

1

24,241

298.

Oblast Youth NGO “Volyn Law Institute” (43010, Lutsk, Hlushets Str., 49, Office 51, tel. +380 332 78 59 52)

1

70,000

299.

Odesa Human Rights Group “Veritas” (65023, Odessa, P.O.Box 259, tel. +380 48 784 03 94)

1

197,500

300.

Odesa National Polytechnic University (65044, Odesa, Shevchenka Prosp., 1)

2

49,944

301.

Odesa Oblast Branch of the All-Ukrainian NGO “Committee of Voters of Ukraine” (65023, Odesa, P.O. Box 209, tel. +380 48 716 40)

3

172,115

302.

Odesa Oblast Roma Cultural Society “Romani Zbora” (65122, Odessa, Ak. Korolova Str., 85/85, tel. +380 48 746 98 96)

1

35,000

303.

Odesa Public Institute of Social Technologies (65023, Odessa, Soborna Ploshcha, 10/11, tel. +380 48 726 65 25)

2

180,000

304.

Oleksandrivskyy Charitable Foundation (69095, Zaporizzhya, Ukrainska str., 33/127, tel. +380 61 62 52 27)

1

50,000

305.

Oleksandriysky Raion Charitable Information and Consulting Center (28000, Kirovohrad Oblast, Oleksandriya, Dibrovy Str., 27)

1

62,921

306.

Open Door NGO (53200, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Nikopol, Usov str. 34/37, tel. +380 5662 429 72)

1

80,000

307.

Our Future - ХХІ Century NGO (39600, Poltava Oblast, Kremenchuk 29 September street, 10 /24, tel. +380 536 799 164)

1

32,350

308.

Our Victory NGO (83064, Donetsk, Shutova str., 28 А)

1

73,960

309.

Pavlohrad City Charitable Foundation “Horeniye” (51400, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Pavlograd, Poltavska Str., 129, Office 403, tel. +380 5632 6 02 81)

3

175,360

310.

People’s Help NGO (03061, Kyiv, Suzdalska str., 4/6, tel. +380 44 455 00 05)

1

81,000

118


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

311.

Perechyn Raion Cultural-Educational Association of Roma “Romani Yag” (89200, Zakarpattia Oblast, Perechyn, Tsehelna Str., 20, tel. +380 34 527 27 14)

2

100,000

312.

Perlyna (Pearl) NGO (85333, Donetsk Oblast, Serhiivka, Poshtova str., 36. tel. +380 623 535 242)

1

40,000

313.

Pidvolochynsk Raion Territorial Social Services Center (47800, Ternopil Oblast, Pidvolochynsk, Lysenka Str., 2)

1

35,220

314.

Platform of Ideas, NGO (Kyiv, Akademika Hrekova str., 252а, apt.. 27)

1

69,690

315.

Podillya Human Rights Center (21050, Vinnytsia Oblast, Vіnnytsia, P.O.Box 8216, tel. +380 432 35 52 97)

1

49,760

316.

Podillya Regional Development Agency (21050, Vinnytsia, Soborna str., 72/314, тел. +380 97 602 36 01)

2

447,000

317.

Poltava City Central Library System (36021, Poltava, Almazna Str., 6/11)

1

32,000

318.

Poltava Oblast Branch of All-Ukrainian Organization of Disabled People “Union of Organizations of Disabled People of Ukraine” (36023, Poltava, Koneva Blvd., 6/1, tel. +380 5322 24 883)

1

23,254

319.

Poltava Oblast Charitable Foundation “Community Development Foundation “Initiative” (36000, Poltava, Y. Kondratiuka Str., 19, Room 24)

1

60,000

320.

Poltava Oblast Media Club (36013, Poltava, Demokratychna Str., 34, tel. +380 532 610 479)

1

60,000

321.

Postup Human Rights Defence Center (91055, Luhansk, Internationalna str., 50, tel. +0642 55 12 29)

1

158,100

322.

Praxis Center (84646, Donetsk Oblast, Horlivka, Besposhcadny str., 30, tel. +380 50 481 02 89)

1

129,692

323.

Princes-Benefactors Ostrozky Foundation (33027, Rivne, Drahomanova St, 11, P.O. Box 114)

1

160,000

324.

Prometej Charitable Foundation (65063, Odesa, Segedska str., 1/3, tel. +380 48 794 76 61)

2

168,235

325.

Promin (Ray) community Development Association (90033, Zakarpattya Oblast, Soimy, Mizhgirsky raion, tel. +380 66 715 51 28)

1

40,000

326.

Property and Freedom Institute (01024, Kyiv, Hordiyenko lane, 10, tel. +380 44 229 59 97)

1

118,574

327.

Public Advocacy Center (79058, Lviv, K. Levytskoho Str., 97, tel. +380 32 244 46 59)

3

230,700

328.

Public Center “Business Initiatives” (76019, Ivano-Frankivsk, Dnistrovska str., 26, tel. +380 342 77 65 55)

1

41,000

329.

Public Educational Organization “Chachimo” (62472, Kharkiv Oblast, Merefa, Obolonska Str., 28 B, tel. +380 66 799 17 72)

1

40,000

330.

Public Information and Methodological Center “Vsesvit” (61003, Kharkiv, Sliusarny Prov., 10, Office 2, tel. +380 57 731 10 76)

1

100,000

331.

Public Media Center (02100, Kyiv, Shlikhter str., 12, tel. +380 44 284 97 17)

1

120,000

332.

Public Resources and Initiatives Charitable Foundation (58000, Chernіvtsі, Geroїv Stalіngradu blvd, 20, tel. +380 372 52 52 71)

1

97,320

333.

Public Safety Fund (02140, Kyiv, Hryshka str., 9, оffice 29, tel. +380 44 331 68 31)

1

142,800

334.

Public Youth Center “Etalon” (76018, Ivano-Frankіvsk, Pavlika str., 10, tel. +380 342 50 25 25)

1

199,971

335.

Pyriatyn Raion NGO “Women’s Initiatives” (37000, Poltava Oblast, Pyriatyn, vul. Chervonoarmіisika, 44-A, tel. +380 50 015 77 47)

3

175,020

336.

Quality of Life NGO (65012, Odesa, Katerynynska str., 78, tel. +380 482 429 002)

1

85,000

337.

Raihorodok Village NGO “Uspikh” (Success) (84150, Donetsk Oblast, Raihorodok, Sloviansky Raion, Horkoho Str., 1, tel. +380 6262 283 69)

1

69,310

338.

Raion Ngo “Kreminna Center for Regional Development “Our Community” (92900, Luhansk Oblast, Kreminna, Krasna Sq., 4)

1

79,700

119


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

339.

Razumkov Centre (01015, Kyiv, Lavrska str., 16, tel. +380 44 201 11 98)

3

589,755

340.

Regional Center for LGBT Studies Donbas-SotsProject” (87522, Donetsk Oblast, Marіupol, Trudova Str., 7, tel. +380 66 841 79 98)

1

178,290

341.

Regional Charitable Foundation “Law and Democracy” (79000, Lviv, Kryva Lypa Proyizd, 6)

1

89,600

342.

Regional Press Development Institute, NGO (tel. +380 44 234 25 66)

2

162,290

343.

Renaissance and Development, NGO (84601, Donetsk Oblast, Horlivka, Lenin Av., 15, tel. +380 6242 552 762)

1

110,000

344.

Residential Property Owners Association of Melitopol (72311, Zaporizhia Oblast, Melіtopol, B. Khmelnytskoho Av. 85, Office 8, tel. +380 619 43 26 59)

1

90,000

345.

Resource Center for Condominium Associations” (79019, Lviv, Smerekova Str., 2/5, tel. +380 32 29873-85)

1

160,000

346.

Rivne Oblast Association of Military and Law Enforcement Veterans “Justice and Order” (33000, Rivne, №45, B3, Office 1)

1

60,000

347.

Rivne Oblast Branch of the All-Ukrainian Charitable Organization “All-Ukrainian Network of People Living with HIV” (33000, Rivne Oblast, Rіvne, vul. Verbova, 46, kv. 139, tel. +380 362 43 97 63)

4

240,126

348.

Rivne Oblast Human Rights Organization “Investigative Journalism Agency ” (33010, Rivne, Makarova Str., 8/161)

1

85,760

349.

Rivne Oblast NGO “Committee of Voters of Ukraine” (33028, Rivne Oblast, Rіvne, P.O. Box 80, tel. +380 362 26 39 43)

1

85,000

350.

Rivne Oblast Organization of the All-Ukrainian NGO “Civic Network “OPORA” (33028, Rivne Oblast, Rіvne, Kavkazka Str., 2, tel. +380 362 43 07 18)

1

92,000

351.

Rivne Oblast Youth NGO “Cherry Hill Society” (33013, Rivne, S. Petliury Str., 34/1)

1

60,000

352.

Roma Youth NGO “Terne Po Neivo Drom” (Youth on the New Path) (88000, Uzhgorod, Shvabska Str., 32, tel. +380 50 540 90 44)

1

30,000

353.

Rural NGO “Razom” (Together) (45312, Volyn Oblast, Stara Lishnya, Ivanychivsky Raion, Myru Str., 49)

1

45,000

354.

Rykovychi Rural NGO “Rykovychi” (45340, Volyn Oblast, Rykovychi, Ivanychivsky Raion, Tsentralna Str., 74)

1

40,000

355.

Salvation Charitable Foundationm, (85300, Donetsk Oblast, Krasnoarmiysk, Artema str., 70, tel. +380 50 195 54 39).

1

42,000

356.

Samopomich NGO (79017, Lviv, Y.Slipyj str, 7, tel. +380 32 297 10 00).

1

97,651

357.

School for Political Analysis” (04070, Kyiv, H. Skovorody Str., 6, Office 45, tel. +380 44 238 27 63)

1

37,100

358.

Selyshce NGO (23316, Vinnytsya Oblast, Selyshce, Zhovtneva str., 104, tel. +380 4355 36 400)

1

31,211

359.

Sevastopol Social and Ecological Union (99028, Sevastopol, Yefremov str., 16 tel. +380 692 94 21 57)

1

200,000

360.

Sevastopolski Mamy (Mothers of Sevastopol) NGO (99045, Sevastopol, Repin str., 18, tel. +380 50 344 51 30)

2

149,840

361.

Simferopol City NGO “Integration and Development” Information and Research Center” (95006, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Sіmferopol, Khatska Str., 13, Office 1, tel. +380 652 505 812)

2

120,270

362.

Simferopol City NGO “Regional Council of Experts” (95013, Simferopol, Vernadskoho Prosp., 145, Office 5)

1

98,390

363.

Simferopol City Socio-Ecological Youth Organization “Svitlo” (95050, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Sіmferopol, Rostovska Str., 21, Office 19, tel. +380 652 70 60 72)

2

155,060

120


ORGANIZATION

364.

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

Skadovsky Raion NGO “Skadovsk – My Native Land’ (75700, Kherson Oblast, Skadovsk, Proletarska Str., 46)

1

65,000

365.

Smila Roma NGO “Vsaro Yiri” (Whole Family) (20700, Cherkasy Oblast, Smila, Budennoho Str., 8)

1

24,850

366.

Social Action Center (01001, Kyiv, P.O.Box 480-V, tel. +380 44 254 58 88)

1

140,800

367.

Society for Humanitarian Studies Development (98635, Crimea, Yalta, Sevastopolska str., 2, tel. +380 654 323 013)

1

30,000

368.

Sokal Raion Association of People with Disabilities of the Lviv Oblast Association of People with Disabilities (80028, Lviv Oblast, Ivasyuka Str., 33, Zabuzhya, Sokalsky raion)

1

60,000

369.

Solidarity Charity Christian Fund (76018, Ivano-Frankіvsk, Sichovykh Striltsiv Str., 34, tel. +380 342 77 73 31)

1

111,595

370.

Stan, NGO (Luhansk, Sovietska str., 92, tel. +380 642 49 59 63)

1

11,440

371.

Stanychno-Luhanske Law Center (93600, Luhansk Oblast, Stanytsia Luhanska, Lenina str., 12, tel. +380 64 723 15 52)

2

100,000

372.

Stara Zburjivka Self-Defence Committee, NGO (75631, Kherson oblast, Hola Prystan Raion, Stara Zburjivka, Pionerska str., 4, tel. +380 99 774 36 79)

1

85,000

373.

Starchenkove Rural Center for Culture and Sports (87020, Donetsk Oblast, Starchenkove, Volodarsky Raion, Shkilna Str.)

1

83,373

374.

Step Forward, NGO (47226, Ternopil Oblast, Zboriv Raion, Oliyiv, Zalozetska str., 6, tel. +380 97 749 48 33)

1

30,000

375.

Step to Future, NGO (57160, Мykolaiv Oblast, Novobogdanivka, Shevchenka Str., 22A, tel. +380 512 76 51 10)

1

50,000

376.

Sumy City NGO “Center for European Initiatives” (40030, Sumy, Voskresenska Str., 1, Office 429, tel. +380 542 79 86 68)

2

78,535

377.

Sumy City NGO “Center for Regional Policy Studies” (40030, Sumy, P.O. Box 44, tel. +380 542 60 10 13)

2

90,575

378.

Sumy City NGO “Youth Pedagogical Union” (40030, Sumy, vul. Gorikogo, 2, kіmn. 5, tel. +380 95 846 55 89)

1

44,500

379.

Sumy Oblast NGO “Legal Aid” (40007, Sumy, Nyzhno-Syrovatska Str., 54 A)

1

25,000

380.

Sumy Oblast NGO “Policy Analysis Office” (40000, Sumy, Pokrovska Sq., 6, Office 4)

1

70,000

381.

Sumy Oblast Youth NGO Club for the Resocialization of the Chemically Dependent “Chance” (40003, Sumy, Pryvokzalna Str., 3A, tel. +380 542 78 35 38)

1

64,000

382.

Suzirya (Constellation) Voznesensk NGO (56500, Mykolaiv Oblast, Voznesensk, Pushkinska Str., 3/35, tel. +380 5134 380 11).

1

70,000

383.

Svatovo Law Center (92600, Luhansk Oblast, Svatovo, Lenina str.,12, tel. +380 6471 31 647)

1

40,000

384.

Svitlo i Zhyttia (Light and Life) Charitable Foundation (88000, Uzhgorod, Sobranetska str., 33/7, tel. +380 312 61 27 11).

1

33,000

385.

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (01601, Kyiv, Volodymyrska Str., 64, tel. +380 44 239 31 86)

2

127,400

386.

Taxon Publishing House, Ltd. (04050, Kyiv, P.O. Box 25, tel. +380 44 483 27 46)

1

52,000

387.

Ternopil Oblast Branch of the All-Ukrainian Youth NGO “Youth Employment Center” (46000, Ternopil, Slipoho Str., 3, Room 3)

1

29,573

388.

Transcarpathian Regional Charitable Foundation “Romano Lungo Trayo” (88000, Uzhgorod, Shandor Petefi Sq., 25/7, tel. +380 3122 36 156)

1

40,000

121


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

389.

Transcarpathian Roma Cultural-Educational Association “Romani Yag” (88007, Uzhgorod, Dunayevsikogo Str., 18, Uzhgorod, Zakarpatska oblast, 88007, tel. +380 312 638 256)

390.

Trostyanets Raion NGO “Voice of the Community” (Sumy Oblast, Trostyanets, Horkoho Str., 58а)

1

70,000

391.

Trostyanets Union of Interpreners (42600, Sumy Oblast, Trostyanets, Horkoho str., 58-А, tel. +380 5458 668 50)

2

187,000

392.

Ukrainian Association of Press Publishers (04071, Kyiv, Mezhyhirska Str., 22, Office 20, tel. +380 44 425 57 87)

1

93,250

393.

Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research, NGO (01034, Kyiv, Lysenka Str., 8, Office 9, tel. +380 44 279 24 35

2

135,180

394.

Ukrainian Center for Museum Development” (04070, Kyiv, Spaska Str., 37, tel. +380 44 467 67 80)

1

184,000

395.

Ukrainian League for Palliative and Hospice Care Development (01034, Kyiv, Honchara str., 55a, tel. +380 44 239 72 98)

3

514,164

396.

Ukrainian Legal Aid Foundation (03179, Kyiv. Irpinska str., 69а, tel. +380 44 422 60 84)

4

2,062,057

397.

Ukrainian National House in Chernivtsi, Association (58000, Chernіvtsі, Lomonosova Str., 2, tel. +380 372 52 80 59)

3

353,916

398.

Ukrainian Philosophical Foundation (01001, Kyiv, Tryokhsvyatytelska Str., 4, Office 321, tel. +380 44 279 16 70)

1

32,000

399.

Ukrainian Strategy NGO (03190, Kyiv, Babushkin str., 29 a, tel. +380 44 253 78 83)

1

7,812

400.

Ukrainian Student Union (04123, Kyiv, Pushkinska Str., 28-а, Office 216, tel. +380 44 254 16 61)

1

88,595

401.

Ukrainian-Polish Journalism Club “Without Prejudice” (03127, Kyiv, vul. Sєchєnova, 7 a, kv. 45, tel. +380 97 225 98 52)

2

216,000

402.

Ukrprostir, NGO” (69005, Zaporizzhya, Patriotychna str., 76b/57, +380 61 23 930 47)

2

89,640

403.

Uzhhorod City NGO “International Relations League “Potential” (88000, Uzhhorod, Osypenka Str., 23)

1

16,410

404.

V.Luchakovsky Fund for City of Termopil Development (46001, Ternopil, Barvinskykh str., 4,tel. +380 67 238 58 85)

1

150,000

405.

Vested Carpathian Agency for Human Rights (88009, Uzhgorod, 8 Bereznya Str., 46/125, tel. +380 312 61 96 61)

2

107,717

406.

Viatel, Ltd. (01032, Kyiv, S. Petliury Str., 8, Office 6)

1

100,000

407.

Vidrodzhennia of the Krasnoarmiysky Raion of the Donetsk Oblast NGO (85347, Donetsk Oblast, Mykolayivka, Krasnoarmiysky Raion, Tzentralina Str., 43, tel. +380 623 53 04 42)

1

40,000

408.

Vinnytsia City Organization for the Social Development of Vulnerable Youth “Parostok” (21036, Vіnnytsia, F. Kon Str., 6/43, tel. +380 432 43-22-61).

2

30,995

409.

Vinnytsia Youth League for Entrepreneurship Development (21030, Vinnytsia, Stakhurskoho str., 52/13, tel. +380 4325 780 98)

1

20,080

410.

Vis’ Information Center (21012, Vinnytsia, Kutuzov lane, 17 +380 96 588-62-14).

1

129,910

411.

Volyn Oblast NGO “Local Development Fund” (43000, Lutsk, Kopernika str., 8a, tel. +380 332 24 64 32)

3

460,950

412.

Volyn Oblast NGO “Association for Condominiums Support” (43010, Lutsk, Hlushets str., 49, tel. +380 332 200 032)

1

199,820

413.

Volyn Oblast Roma Organization “Terne Roma” (43016, Lutsk, Halshky Hulevychivky Str., 14/1, tel. +380 63 394 39 55)

1

60,000

414.

Volyn Oblast Youth NGO “Volyn Institute for Support and Development of Civic Initiatives” (43000, Lutsk, Hlushets Str., 49, Office 51, tel. +380 332 78 59 65)

1

91,000

122

1

Total, UAH

9,550


ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

415.

Volyn Youth Right Protection Association (43000, Lutsk, Shopen Str., 18, Office 13, tel. +380 3322 28 46 84)

2

115,707

416.

Voznesensk City NGO “Voznesensk Economic Development Agency” (56500, Mykolaiv Oblast, Voznesensk, Pushkinska Str., 3/35, tel. +380 5134 322 50)

1

46,700

417.

Western Ukrainian Media Center “New Journalism” (79007, Lviv, Hrebinka Str., 5, Office 1, tel. +380 32 225 60 14)

3

245,000

418.

Women’s Consultation and Information Center “Zoya” (87022, Donetsk Oblast, Novokrasnivka, Volodarsky r-n, Vatutina Str., 91, tel. +380 62 462 36 38)

2

90,000

419.

World to Youth, NGO (33022, Rivne, Vitebska str., 1, tel. +380 3622 586-09)

1

70,000

420.

Yalta European Strategy (01011, Kyiv, Pushkinska Str., 45/2, Office 27, tel. +380 44 238 22 98).

1

239,200

421.

Yaroslav the Wise National Law Academy of Ukraine (61024, Kharkiv, Pushkinska Str., 77)

1

50,000

422.

Yasynuvatsky Raion Women’s Organization “Women’s Union of Ukraine” (86000, Donetska Oblast, Orjonikidze, Orjonokidze Str., 122A, tel. +380 6236 424 87)

1

60,000

423.

Ye Bookstore, Ltd. (01034, Kyiv, Lysenka Str., 3)

1

19,820

424.

Your Victory Center for Re-socialization of Drug Addicted Youth (95000, Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Sіmferopol, 60 Rokiv Zhovtnya str., 24, tel. +380 652 49 74 43).

3

162,490

425.

Youth Alternative, NGO (04053, Kyiv, Observatorna str., 1/1, office 214, tel. +380 44 486 49 77)

1

72,710

426.

Youth Employment Center at the Oblast State Administration Department of Family and Youth (14000, Chernihiv, Myru Prosp., 49, Office 9)

1

27,685

427.

Youth NGO “ Board of Students of Technology “ (79013, Lviv, S. Bandery Str., 12/235)

1

14,578

428.

Youth NGO “Institute of Sustainable Development” (61031, Kharkiv, vul. Romashkіna, 8a, ofіs 2, tel. +380 57 77 55 672)

2

301,576

429.

Youth NGO “Plast - National Scout Organization of Ukraine” (01001, Kyiv, P.O. Box 395, tel. +380 44 280 85 55)

1

98,551

430.

Youth NGO “Center for Legal and Political Research “SIM” (79000, Lviv, P.O. Box 106-66, Main Post Office)

1

54,950

431.

Youth Ngo “Center for Progressive Youth “Apelsin” (14033, Chernihiv, Chervonohvardiyska Str., 6, Office 64)

1

60,000

432.

Youth NGO “Creative Youth Association “Nivroku” (46016, Ternopіl, Symonenka Str., 1, Office 129, tel. +380 352 420 172)

3

186,104

433.

Youth NGO “For Life” (45008, Volyn Oblast, Kovel, Grushevskoho St., 14, tel. (095) 623-40-11)

434.

Youth NGO “Ukrainian Youth Academy” (79021, Lviv, S. Petliura Str., 49/97, tel. +380 322 76 95 45)

1

6,900

435.

Zakarpattia Oblast Charitable Foundation “Nove Pokolinnya” (New Generation) (88000, Uzhgorod, vul. Vinogradna, 17, tel. +380 312 64 06 98)

2

98,500

436.

Zakarpattia Oblast Charitable Foundation “Blaho” (88018, Uzhgorod, Shvabska Str., 17/2, tel. +380 63 255 54 91)

2

235,364

437.

Zakarpattia Oblast Roma Association “Romani Cgib” (Romany Language) (88000, Uzhgorod, Darvіna Str., 19, tel. +380 312 63 81 35)

1

79,600

438.

Zakarpattia Oblast Roma Society (88000, Uzhhorod, Timiryazeva Str., 46)

1

40,000

439.

Zakarpattia Oblast Roma Society “Bakhtalo Drom” (Lucky Road) (88000, Uzhhorod, Peremohy Str., 17/4)

1

40,000

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ORGANIZATION

Number of Projects

Total, UAH

440.

Zakarpattia Oblast Roma Women’s Cultural Society “Terne Chaya Po Nevo Drom” (Youth Women on a New Road” (88007, Uzhhorod, Dendeshi Str., 10)

1

40,000

441.

Zakarpattia Oblast Union of Roma Youth “Romani Cherkhen” (“Roma Star”) (88000, Uzhgorod, Uzhanska Str., 80, tel. +380 50 538 02 41)

2

62,250

442.

Zakarpattia Roma Cultural Association “Rom Som” (88018, Uzhhorod, Mukachivska Str., 10/5)

1

40,000

443.

Zakarpattia Roma Society (88007, Uzhgorod, Bohatyrska Str., 45, tel. +380 312 61 37 58)

1

98,200

444.

Zaporizhzhia Oblast Branch of the Ukrainian Red Cross Society (69063, Zaporizhzhia, Horkoho Str., 4а)

1

14,900

445.

Zaporizhzhia Oblast Charitable Foundation “Flower of Life” (72312, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, Melitopol, Peremohy Str., 3, Office 810)

1

60,000

446.

Zhytomyr Oblast NGO “Perspektyva” (10001, Zhytomyr, P.O. Box 121)

1

76,100

447.

Zolotonosha NGO Roma Society “Ame Roma” (19700, Cherkasy Oblast, Zolotonosha, Novoselivska St., 2 А, Office 61, tel. (047) 37-22-075)

1

60,003

448.

Zlagoda (Harmony) NGO (57342, Mykolaiv Oblast, Afanasiyivka, Lenina str., 13, tel. +380 5162 317 87)

1

50,000

449.

Zolochivsky Raion NGO “Slobozhanski Oseli” (62210, Odnorobivka, Zolochivsky Raion, Molodizhna Str., 2, Room 14)

1

42,500

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IRF GOVERNING BODIES AND STAFF Supervisory Board

Executive Board

Roman Szporluk, Head

Oleksandr Sushko, Head

Ivan Dzyuba

Ola Hnatiuk

Oksana Zabuzhko

Kateryna Levchenko

Vasyl Kuibida

Volodymyr Prytula

Borys Tarasyuk

Victoriya Syumar

Refat Chubarov

Anatoliy Tkachuk

Nataliya Yakovenko

Taras Wozniak

IRF Staff (as of Jan. 1, 2012) Name, Surname

Position

E-mail

Yevhen Bystrytsky

Executive Director

bystrytsky@irf.ua

Inna Pidluska

Deputy Executive Director

pidluska@irf.ua

Nataliya Sannikova

Financial Director

sannikova@irf. ua

Oleksandr Betsa

Senior Project Manager

betsa@irf.ua

Yevhen Adamenko

Information Consultant

adamenko@irf.ua

Fedir Baior

Project Management Department Financial Manager

baior@irf.ua

Hryhoriy Baran

Anti-crisis Humanitarian Program Project Coordinator

h.baran@irf.ua

Liliya Baran

Mass Media Program Manager

baran@irf.ua

Vitaliy Bezvorotniy

Information Consultant

bezvorotniy@irf.ua

Oleksandr Bryahin

Legal advisor

briagin@irf.ua

Hennadiy Derkach

Project Management Department Senior Financial Manager

derkach@irf.ua

Nataliya Dvorova

Head of Reception

dvorova@irf.ua

Yulia Hordonna

Public Health Program Coordinator

gordonna@irf.ua

Oleksandra Horyacheva

Civil Society Impact Enhancement Program Manager

goriacheva@irf.ua

Nadiya Hutrina

Anti-crisis Humanitarian Program Assistant

gutrina@irf.ua

Georhiy Kasyanov

Advisor to the Executive Director for Educational Affairs

kasianov@irf.ua

Nadiya Kolesnykova

Access to Pain Relief Campaign Coordinator of the Public Health Program

kolesnykova@irf.ua

Andriy Konoplyannikov

Customer Support Coordinator

konoplyannikov@irf.ua

Olena Kucheruk

Harm Reduction Component Manager of the Public Health Program

kucheruk@irf.ua

Tetyana Kukharenko

East-East: Partnership Beyond Borders Program Director

kukharenko@irf.ua

Olha Kvashuk

East-East: Partnership Beyond Borders Program Assistant

kvashuk@irf.ua

Nataliya Kyyak

Roma of Ukraine Program Manager

kyyak@irf.ua

Olena Lutsyshyna

Education Program Assistant

lutsishina@irf.ua

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Olha Lutsyshyna

Civil Society Impact Enhancement Program Assistant

Stanislav Lyachynskyy

Strategic Communications and Public Relations Director

olga.lutsishina@irf.ua liachinskiy@irf.kiev.ua

Maryana Mazur

Rule of Law Program Assistant

mazur@irf.ua

Liana Moroz

Rule of Law Program Manager

moroz@irf.ua

Svitlana Myakushko

Information Consultant

myakushko@irf.ua

Lyubov Mykhailova

Liason Officer

mykhaylova@irf.ua

Olha Nadtochiy

Accountant

nadtochiy@irf.ua

Daryna Nakonechna

European Program Manager

nakonechna@irf.ua

Oleh Nezdemovskyy

Head of Information Technology Department

nezdemowski@irf.ua

Oleksiy Orlovskyy

Civil Society Impact Enhancement Program Director

orlovsky@irf.ua

Roman Romanov

Rule of Law Program Director

romanov@irf.ua

Olena Romanova

European Program Coordinator

romanova@irf.ua

Anastasiya Romanyuk

Roma of Ukraine Program Assistant

romaniuk@irf.ua

Olha Rudakova

Project Management Department Financial Manager

rudakova@irf.ua

Vira Savchuk

Deputy Chief Accountant

savchuk@irf.ua

Kateryna Smagliy

Anti-crisis Humanitarian Program Project Director

smagliy@irf.ua

Kseniya Shapoval-Deineha

Palliative Care Component Coordinator of the Public Health Program

shapoval@irf.ua

Oleksandr Shkulipa

Security Administrator

shkulipa@irf.ua

Bohdan Shuba

New Media and Content Manager

shuba@irf.ua

Dmytro Shulha

European Program Senior Manager

shulga@irf.ua

Khrystyna Shulha

Staff Development Director

k.shulga@irf.ua

Iryna Solonenko

European Program Director

solonenko@irf.ua

Oleksandr Sytnyk

Database Administrator

sitnick@irf.ua

Victoriya Tymoshevska

Public Health Program Director

tymoshevska@irf.ua

Roman Voitovych

Knowledge Manager

voitovych@irf.ua

Nelya Vyshnevska

Chief Accountant

vishnevska@irf.ua

Vasylyna Yavorska

Rule of Law Program Manager

yavorska@irf.ua

Volodymyr Zaloznyy

Head of Technical Department

zalozniy@irf.ua

Vitaliy Zamnius

Mass Media Program Director

zamnius@irf.kiev.ua

Olena Zaplotynska

Education Program Manager

zaplotynska@irf.ua

Olha Zhmurko

Rule of Law Program Manager

zhmurko@irf.ua

Diana Zubko

Civil Society Impact Enhancement Program Manager

zubko@irf.ua

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CONTACTS INTERNATIONAL RENAISSANCE FOUNDATOIN Internet: www.irf.ua www.facebook.com/irf.ukraine E-mail: irf@irf.kiev.ua Address: 46, Artema street, 46, Kyiv, 04053, Ukraine Phone: +038 (044) 461 97 09, (044) 461 95 00 Fax: +038 (044) 486 76 29, (044) 486 01 66

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PHOTO CREDENTIALS Unian News Agency (p.p. 9, 14) Vested Carpathian Agency for Human Rights (Uzhgorod) (p. 14) Quality of Life NGO (Odesa) (p. 15) Association for the Support of Public Self-Organization (Odesa) (p. 17) Bakhchisaray Regional Development Center “Top-Kaya” (p. 16, 17) Ukraine National House in Chernivtsi (map, p. 17) NGO “Dixi Group” (p. 18, 19) Trostyanets Raion NGO “Voice of the Community” (p. 20) Stephanie Sinclair/VII for the Open Society Foundations (p. 22, 23) Samopomich NGO (Lviv) (p. 25) Luhansk Oblast Organization “Eastern Ukrainian Center for Civic Initiatives” (p. 26) Lviv City Research Organization “Center for the Study of the Liberation Movement” (p. 27) Coalition on Combatting Discrimination in Ukraine (p. 28) Kharkiv Social Studies Institute (p. 31) Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research (p. 34) Youkraine.eu civic expert platform (p. 35) Institute of World Policy (p. 36) Civic Portal (eu.prostir.ua) (p. 38) Jan Brykczynski (p. 39) Kharkiv Oblast Youth NGO “Foundation of Regional Initiatives” (p. 32) European Information Centers Network (p.p. 40, 41) School of Professional Journalism “New Ukraine” (pp. 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 49) Television Industry Committee (p. 48) Opora Civic Network (p. 50, 55) Charitable Organization “Joint Association of Society” (p. 62) All-Ukrainian NGO “Foundation for Medical Law and Bioethics of Ukraine” (p. 66) All-Ukrainian Union of NGOs “Roma Congress of Ukraine” (p. 74) Zakarpattia Oblast Charitable Foundation “Nove Pokolinnya” (New Generation) (p. 75) Zakarpattia Oblast Union of Roma Youth “Romani Cherkhen” (p.p. 77, 92) International Charitable Organization “Chirikli” Roma Women’s Fund” (p. 78, 79) Miriklya NGO (p. 80) Poltava Oblast Branch of All-Ukrainian Organization of Disabled People “Union of Organizations of Disabled People of Ukraine” (p. 85) Lesia Ukrainka Volyn National University Development Fund (p.p. 90, 91) Charitable Foundation “Rokada” (p.p. 94, 95) Volyn’s Prospects, NGO (p. 97)

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