The goal of the Participant Training Program (PtP) funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is to advance USAID/Ukraine’s strategic vision of a stable, democratic, and prosperous Ukraine integrated into Europe.
Since 2007, USAID, in partnership with the government of Ukraine, national universities, Ukrainian civil society, and others have worked to improve the admissions process for Higher Education Institutions. Our efforts have one goal in mind - an equal and fair chance for every young Ukrainian to attend university and leave with the qualifications necessary to help unlock Ukraine's potential for economic, political and social growth.
The 2013 UNDP Human Development Report shows Ukraine has a Gender Inequality Index that in 2012 ranked the country in the upper third at 57th out of 186 countries included.
Ukraine’s libraries are underutilized and often do not adequately provide library users access to the information they seek through the most current technologies and services
Almost 30 percent of Ukraine's population still lives below the poverty line. Social and economic realities and an overburdened health care system challenge Ukraine’s ability to address rising rates of infectious diseases, especially TB. Abortion rates are high in comparison to other countries in the region.
Last updated: September 16, 2014