The project Ukrainian Hope Place has launched

The project Ukrainian Hope Place has launched

On March 1, 2024, the Ukrainian Hope Place project was launched in Ukraine. The aim of the project is to assist women and girls who have been affected by the war or have been forced to relocate due to Russian military aggression.

As part of the project, the following are planned:

  • Group sessions with psychologists;
  • Assistance with employment or starting their own business;
  • Social adaptation in the process of integrating internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the regions where they reside.

At least 1,000 girls and women will receive psycho-social support and knowledge on the basics of entrepreneurship, and 300 of them will subsequently be employed or receive assistance in starting their own business.

The Ukrainian Hope Place project is being implemented in the Mykolaiv, Chernihiv, Poltava, and Volyn regions.

Apply to participate in the project by clicking on this link.

Contact for more information:

+380674873742 (Viber, WhatsApp, Telegram)

+380673469058 (Viber, WhatsApp, Telegram)

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The Ukrainian Hope Place project is implemented by the Ukrainian Berries Association in partnership with the NGO "Innovative Farming and Cooperation" and the Women's World Foundation, with technical support from UN Women in Ukraine and funded by the UN Women's Peace and Humanitarian Fund, a flexible and responsive financing tool that supports quality measures to enhance the capacity of local women in conflict prevention, crisis response, and seizing key peacebuilding opportunities.