Eurasia Foundation (EF) began operating in Ukraine in 1993. Since then, EF has invested more than USD 44 mln in grants, loans and technical assistance in Ukraine, more than USD 6 mln in Belarus and more than USD 4 mln in Moldova for local initiatives to develop private entrepreneurship, public policy and civil society.
EEF’s board of directors, advisory board, management team and staff constantly seek to refine the Foundation’s program directions, ensuring that EEF maximizes its impact for the people of Ukraine.
Read this text in Ukrainian. East Europe Foundation (hereinafter - the Customer) within the USAID / UKAid program "Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services" announces an open tender for a technical audit of the Unified State Web Portal of...
Read this text in Ukrainian. East Europe Foundation and the German non-governmental organization ChildFund Deutschland e.V. announce a competition of projects among public organizations in Donetsk, Ivano-Frankivsk and Zhytomyr regions, aimed at creating pilot social...
Read this text in Ukrainian. In order to support the Government of Ukraine and to implement the Decree of the President of Ukraine № 558 of July 29, 2019 “On some measures to improve access of individuals and legal entities to electronic services”, East Europe...
Read this text in Ukrainian. East Europe Foundation, within the framework of the RADA Program implemented with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is looking for 3 managers to work with model committees of the Verkhovna Rada...
Read this text in Ukrainian. Geocalculator has been launched on the official portal of Ukravtodor, which allows converting linear kilometer coordinates (bindings) of public roads of national importance (km +) into geospatial coordinates (WGS84) and vice versa. An open...
Read this text in Ukrainian. East Europe Foundation within the USAID / UK Aid program "Transparency and Accountability in Public Administration and Services / TAPAS" announces an open tender for the modernization of the software of the Unified State Register of...
Our platforms and projects
EEF Project “Open City” introduces innovative mechanisms for citizens’ engagement in addressing local community challenges, establishes effective cooperation between the citizens and local authorities, helps the citizens to stay together in resolving crucial issues for the community. The main instrument, created web platform www.opencity.in.ua allows citizens to raise, observe and describe specific problems in their communities. Please clock here to learn moreOPEN CITY
The web-site developed within EEF and CASE Ukraine joint project funded by EC, called “Price of the State” www.cost.ua helps to easily analyze such complicated things as, for example, state budget. The site provides special opportunities to experiment with several instruments to understand such things as for example where your taxes were forwarded or how to calculate your pension. Project partners believe this web-resource will raise awareness of average citizens on how to analyze and monitor budget process. Please click here to learn morePRICE OF THE STATE
The USAID LEV Program which EEF is being implemented with partners aims to improve the business climate by implementing significant and sustainable reforms in SME sector both at the national and local levels. The Program web-site provides useful information and resources for entrepreneurs. Please click here to learn moreUSAID Leadership in Economic Development Program
The E-Governance for Accountability and Participation (EGAP) program aims to strengthen good governance, modern public service delivery and social innovation in Ukraine using new information communication technologies (ICTs) as enablers. The EGAP Program funded by the Swiss Confederation is implemented by East Europe Foundaiton, InnovaBridge Foundation, the State Agency on E-Governance in consortium with the National Academy of Public Administration under the President of Ukraine. Please click here to learn moreEGAP
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