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27 June 2022
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Myropolis 2022/Vitalii Kryvoruchek

United by Myropolis: how it was this year

During the unprecedented times of 2022, Myropolis takes place again and following the successful cases of previous three years – it is fully led and coordinated by youth. An initiative that became “... Read more

18 June 2022
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Yevhen with his family in basement

"We do not lose our positive attitudes": how the war affected the family of Yevhen from Kherson

For Yevhen, 32, who lives in Kherson, active leisure has been an everyday way of life since his early years. Swimming, fishing, kayaking and spearfishing are just some of the hobbies the man had when... Read more

18 June 2022
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Tatohub activities helps to provide more time to family and be of service for community

“It was very difficult to say goodbye to my family, but I understood that it was needed: - story of Oleksandr from Kramatorsk

Oleksandr lives in Kramatorsk, Donetsk Oblast, and works as a volunteer with TatoHub. He has a wife and two children – the older Mykhailo and the younger Mariya. Until February 24, Oleksandr worked... Read more

17 June 2022
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WE ACT course

EU-supported online course on basics of managing one’s own finances has been launched

On June 17, 2022, within the WE ACT: Women Empowerment Action Programme, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), with the financial support of the European Union, launched a free online financial... Read more

15 June 2022
Statement
Situation of Older Persons in Ukraine

Joint Statement on the Situation of Older Persons in Ukraine

Since the start of the war in Ukraine on 24 February 2022, we have witnessed a devastating escalation of violence which has resulted in the large-scale displacement of close to 14 million people—... Read more

10 June 2022
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Newborn in resuscitation boxing/Zhenya Pavlovska

"When there is nothing at hand, the umbilical cord can be tied with shoelaces ..." The story of the girl who helped deliver a newborn in a Mariupol shelter

When Vika left Kyiv to help her parents out of Mariupol, she didn’t expect to end up delivering a baby in a shelter.  The war in Ukraine has disrupted the lives of millions of women. An estimated 265... Read more

3 June 2022
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turbota

How #TURBOta works? The program that is so much needed by the youth of Ukraine now

How to prepare for the crossing of checkpoints? Where to look for an internal resource for leadership? How to become a private entrepreneur during the war? How to be a volunteer? Where to find free... Read more

31 May 2022
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Aurora platform

Psychotherapeutic support for survivors of violence, including conflict-related sexual violence

  Today UNFPA launched Aurora, an online platform that provides specialised psychotherapy for survivors of gender-based violence, including conflict-related sexual violence. The platform ensures that... Read more

27 May 2022
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UNFPA&Canada

Canada contributes an additional CAD 7 million to UNFPA GBV response in Ukraine

27 May 2022 - Canada is contributing an additional CAD 7 million (approx US$ 5.5 million) to strengthen the UNFPA programme on prevention and response to gender-based violence, including sexual... Read more

26 May 2022
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Alina Shukh

Sportswomen - Ukraine's Public Ambassadors to the World: Alina Shukh

The war changed the lives of Ukrainians. For professional Ukrainian sportsmen and sportswomen, training sessions and competitions for some time became a second priority. Some of the athletes left... Read more

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