Currently, the Fund is developing several options for the construction of a residential complex for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the Kyiv region. These days, thousands of people have been left without their homes because of hostilities from the aggression of the Russian Federation. Many families lost their homes and all their possessions.
Today, the Fund is looking for all possibilities for operational assistance. The Fund cooperates with a foreign company, which asked for help in finding a plot of land for the construction of housing for internally displaced persons at the expense of funds from international donors for approximately 45,000 m2.
Expected effect: The implementation of this program will ensure the improvement of the living conditions of the IDPs, their integration into the new living environment.
Budget: EUR 44 mln
The need for school buses
Communities are asking for help with the purchase of school buses. In particular, the Obukhiv County of the Kyiv region needs additional buses, as 2 out of 5 school buses have been transferred for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
This program is needed for safe and free transportation of children (including IDPs’) to schools, medical centers and home.
Budget: UAH 6-8 mln
Specialized equipment for the communal economy of the Ivankiv Territorial Community of the Vyshgorod District of the Kyiv Region (2 garbage trucks and 2 buses for the transportation of emergency mobile teams) and the Bucha District of the Kyiv Region
In the spring of 2022, the Ivankivs’ka Territorial Community was under the occupation of the Russian army. As a result, a significant part of special utility equipment was damaged.
Since the beginning of the war, the Vyshneve community has become a shelter for more than 6,000 internally displaced persons from the eastern regions of Ukraine and the destroyed towns and villages of the Kyiv region. Together with the displaced people who came to the Vyshneve community from the occupied part of Donbas since 2014 inclusive, the total number of internally displaced persons was more than 10,000 people, which led to an increase in the population of the community by at least 25%.
Expected effect: Solving this problem will normalize the work of the utility service.
Budget: UAH 12-13 mln
Address: 18-A Shovkovychna Street
Ground floor, office 60
Kyiv, Ukraine, 01024