Six medical facilities renovated in Kharkiv thanks to EIB loans

In Kharkiv, six medical facilities were opened after a major reconstruction. Major repairs of buildings lasted from 2018-2019 and included the replacement of roofs, windows, heating systems, lighting, water supply and electricity. This became possible due to UAH 53.8 million of long-term loans with low interest rates from the European Investment Bank within the Ukraine Early Recovery Programme. Read more

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How EU helps to remedy consequences of conflict in Ukraine’s east through Early Recovery Programme

Between 2014 and 2018, the European Union and its Member States have contributed over EUR 677 mln in humanitarian and early recovery aid. The EU addresses the needs of people in the areas directly affected by the conflict, the internally displaced people and refugees who have fled the conflict areas, and the returnees. EU-funded humanitarian projects include assistance with food and water, providing and repairing shelter, protection activities, health assistance, education in tackling emergencies, demining activities and distribution of essential household items. Read more

EU helps make food products safer in Ukraine

The new legislation protects consumers from misleading information about the food product and the risk of allergy in a restaurant – a menu should say if a dish contains any allergens. Scheduled business checks have resumed , producer responsibility increased. From January 2020, fodders will be checked for antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals. Bills are being prepared for new food products, such as chia grains and dietary supplements, a bill on packaging materials. The EU project “Improvement of Food Safety Control System in Ukraine” helps to align Ukrainian food legislation with European standards. Read more

EU project supports canistherapy in Ukraine

Do you know what canistherapy is? This is treatment with the help of dogs, which has really shown good results. How does a dog treat and whom can four-legged friends help?Canistherapy is an amazing therapy with dogs, which has already approved itself in the world. How a dog treats, how canistherapy can help, and what types of psychological help dogs can provide – read in Hanna Pervak’s article. Read more

EU supports youth projects in Ukraine

Several hundred people gathered at the presentation of the participants of UPSHIFT programme – a joint project of the European Union and the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) – UPSHIFT Ukraine to watch the opening, but after a few laconic introductory speeches and briefing the hall turned into a huge buzzing hive: visitors crowded around the demonstration booths, where participants confidently, without a hint of modesty, described their initiatives. Now and then there were heard promises to make the world better and surprised shouts. Someone demonstrated robots and innovative skateboards, the others limited themselves to placards and flyers, and right in front of the entrance stood a medical dummy depicting the torso of a man with removable internal organs. It was one of the first ones that attracted our attention. Read more

EIB finances modernization of Myrnohrad hospital

For the first time in 40 years, Myrnohrad city hospital is undergoing major repairs. The therapeutic unit has been already winterized, a modern X-ray machine has been installed, repairs of a surgery unit will finish soon. The city also plans to renovate housing for internally displaced people and a social center. The European Investment Bank finances these and hundreds of other projects in the east of Ukraine under the Early Recovery Programme. Read more