Ukraine’s commitment and capacity to progress towards self-reliance is hampered by an ongoing two-front war -- against Russia’s full scale aggression on the one hand, and against its internal legacy of corruption on the other -- with deep consequences for the future of Europe, regional stability, and the United States, for whom a strong and free Europe is a cornerstone national security goal.
USAID’s 2019-2024 Country Development Coordination Strategy calls for a specific focus on anti-corruption efforts, countering the impacts of Russia's aggression, and promoting economic development and energy security in Ukraine. USAID will also continue to support efforts to strengthen democracy and good governance, improve health care systems, and mitigate the effects of the conflict in the east.
Since the start of the war on February 24, 2022, USAID has provided $9.88 billion in development and humanitarian assistance.
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