The USAID HIV/AIDS prevention program in Ukraine helps women find support and change lives.
Testing for Judicial Candidates, organized by USAID’s FAIR Justice Project. More than 3,500 candidates took the 2012 nationwide judicial selection test conducted by the High Qualifications Commission (HQC) of Judges of Ukraine.
Ukrainian singer Alyosha, who represented Ukraine at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest, explains why she decided to support USAID’s Energy Efficiency Season campaign and helps to inspire youth to demonstrate responsible attitudes toward energy consumption.
Children of a Kyiv kindergarten enjoy their new surroundings after the USAID's Municipal Heating Reform Program provided a new heating system, including solar panels, for the school.
Bridging Europe and Eurasia, Ukraine’s geography makes it central to regional stability and security. Today’s Ukraine struggles to unify with its western neighbors by pursuing pro-European reforms while staving off Russian-backed separatists fighting within its eastern borders. In this context, USAID works with leaders throughout Ukraine to build a stable, democratic, and prosperous future. USAID programs primarily focus on good governance, economic growth, strengthened health services and humanitarian assistance. Since 1992, USAID contributed approximately $1.9 billion to Ukraine’s economic and social development.
Today, USAID helps mitigate the effects of conflict in Ukraine’s East and aids Ukraine’s most vulnerable conflict-affected populations as they adapt from conflict and settle in new communities.
USAID development assistance supports more participatory, transparent, and accountable governance; citizen inclusion in democratic, economic, and social reforms; broad-based resilient economic development; enhanced energy security; and improved health services for Ukrainians.
USAID also supports U.S. Presidential Initiatives on Global Health and Global Climate Change.
Last updated: July 27, 2016