PACT IN UKRAINE

USAID Public Health System Recovery and Resilience Activity
USAID Public Health System Recovery and Resilience Activity

We will work with rural and vulnerable women unlocking their self-confidence and equipping them with necessary knowledge and skills. We will work with the environment to make it nurturing and promoting employability or entrepreneurship opportunities for women.

The goal of the project is to enhance economic security of rural and vulnerable women. We believe that it will lead to more inclusive and shared economic prosperity in Ukraine.

WINGS (Women Included: Nurturing Growth and Security) project is implemented by Pact with the support of the Government of Canada.

Women Leading
Women Leading Response and Recovery in Ukraine

The project strengthens capacity and ability of women's rights organizations to lead and impact on coordination and providing a gender-sensitive rapid response to needs caused by the Russian war in Ukraine, and recovery of Ukraine. It also is empowering women's rights organizations to advance a localized and inclusive the Women, Peace and Security agenda. The project is funded with UK aid from the UK government.

Community Action for HIV Control
Community Action for HIV Control

The goal of USAID’s Community Action for HIV Control is to accelerate Ukraine’s effort to achieve epidemic control by 2030 through improved prevention, testing, and linkage to care among key and priority populations. Community Action focuses on promoting flexibility of HIV package with differentiated service delivery (DSD) models, strengthening the capacity of community-based organizations, introducing an enabling policy environment.

Funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Community Action is led by a consortium partnership comprised of Pact, as prime award holder, with FHI 360 and AIDS-Foundation East-West (AFEW) as core technical partners.

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WINGS (Women Included: Nurturing Growth and Security)
WINGS (Women Included: Nurturing Growth and Security)

We will work with rural and vulnerable women unlocking their self-confidence and equipping them with necessary knowledge and skills. We will work with the environment to make it nurturing and promoting employability or entrepreneurship opportunities for women.

The goal of the project is to enhance economic security of rural and vulnerable women. We believe that it will lead to more inclusive and shared economic prosperity in Ukraine.

WINGS (Women Included: Nurturing Growth and Security) project is implemented by Pact with the support of the Government of Canada. Read more

WOMEN OF UKRAINE: HEARD, CAPABLE, RESILIENT
WOMEN OF UKRAINE: HEARD, CAPABLE, RESILIENT

Women of Ukraine: Heard, Capable, Resilient project (March 2019 – June 2024) project aims to increase the enjoyment of human rights by women and girls and the advancement of gender equality in Ukraine.
The goal will be achieved through improved management, sustainability and performance of local women’s rights organization (WROs) in Ukraine and increased effectiveness of women’s rights platforms, networks, and alliances. The project is undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada. Read more

ENGAGE
ENGAGE

The purpose of ENGAGE is to increase citizen awareness of and engagement in civic actions at the national, regional and local level. 

ENGAGE is premised on the idea that if citizens are aware and engaged in civic actions, then local and national governance processes will be more representative, participatory, and accountable to Ukrainian society.  Pact therefore (1) enhances civic education; (2) fosters effective national, regional and local civic coalitions and initiatives to promote democratic reforms; (3) improves organizational capacity of partner CSOs; and, (4) develops local capacity to ensure long-term civic engagement in democratic reforms.
For more information, please visit ENGAGE website.

RESPOND
RESPOND

Pact’s RESPOND project worked in Ukraine to improve the quality of HIV and AIDS services targeting key populations and their partners, and to strengthen the capacity of Ukrainian institutions and organizations to deliver quality HIV programs. A five-year project. RESPOND ended in Dec. 2017. 

More Information is available on the RESPOND project website

Project description 

UNITER
UNITER

Since 2008, Pact has supported local pro-reform civil society organizations working to promote government transparency and accountability, European integration and civic involvement. For more information, please visit Pact website