Overview of EU programs for Ukraine

As Ukraine embarks on its journey towards the EU, an array of opportunities, including financial ones, are becoming increasingly accessible. Various support programs tailored to different fields are already at Ukraine’s disposal, each with its unique specifics and requirements.

In the Recovery and Resilience Program’s ambit, we’ve collaborated with top experts to forge the guide “Overview of EU Programs Available to Applicants from Ukraine”.

This invaluable instrument for civil society and public sector affiliates outlines extant EU programs open to Ukraine and imparts actionable guidance for funding documentation preparation.

The guide’s primary objective is to assist the public, alongside local and regional administrators, in securing funds and executing projects that bolster Ukraine’s recovery and resilience.

The document encompasses a broad spectrum of programs, including EU sectoral programs, interregional, cross-border and transnational cooperation programs, and new financial instruments specifically designed to support Ukraine.

In addition, the guide covers the nuances of preparing project applications and provides information on where to find current calls for proposals.

The authors of this publication are Myroslav Kosheliuk, a PhD in Psychology and an expert in local and regional development, and Laura Trofin, a PhD in European Studies and Sociology.

The guide is accessible gratis via East Europe Foundation’s portal at the link.

We encourage you to download, peruse, and leverage this guide to its fullest potential 😉

This guide, titled “Overview of EU Programs Available to Applicants from Ukraine”, was crafted under the auspices of Recovery and Resilience Program, implemented by East Europe Foundation, funded by the Federal Government of Germany, and supported by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.