Ukraine

Contacts

Alyona Gerasimova

country director
agerasimova@pactworld.org

Christine de Guzman

program officer
cdeguzman@pactworld.org

Blind computer literacy trainer breaks down employment stereotypes

November 1, 2016
With help from Pact's UNITER project, Maksym Zadorozhnyi is charting a fresh course for disabled people in Ukraine.

Pottery and empowerment: A new beginning for a Ukrainian woman living with HIV

July 7, 2016
In her late 30s, Olha is a self-employed beginner potter. She dreamed up the idea of opening a pottery studio last year when she attended Studio of Opportunities, a livelihoods program for women...

Champions of Democracy: Pact, Partners Make History in Ukraine

March 28, 2016
In partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development, Pact launched its UNITER program in 2008 to support local civil society organizations working to promote democracy, government...
Access to Justice community meeting

Helping vulnerable people exercise their voice, access their rights

December 10, 2015
"Our Rights. Our Freedoms. Always." That’s the theme for this year’s Human Rights Day. At Pact, we believe all individuals are entitled to fair treatment under the law and protection from harm. That’...

Leading incubator, Pact support social enterprises in Ukraine

November 18, 2015
Unreasonable Institute, a leading incubator, and Pact, an international development organization, recently partnered to support nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in Ukraine that are launching...

In Ukraine, Pact partners make history, usher in democracy

November 13, 2015
Strengthened by Pact, Ukrainian civil society organizations played a critical part in the country's Euromaidan revolution. Now, Pact's partners are leading post-revolution reform efforts.

With Pact’s help, ‘Ukraine’s Jon Stewart’ promotes tolerance, critical democratic reforms

October 29, 2015
Two years ago, most Ukrainians had never heard of Roman Vintoniv. Now he rarely goes a day without a stranger on the street recognizing his black-framed glasses and signature blonde mustache and...

No ‘wow effect’ and much left to do, but Ukraine reforms are progressing, experts say

October 6, 2015
Although Ukraine has made important reforms since its 2014 revolution, change is coming at a pace far slower than civil society organizations and Western governments had hoped, including in key areas...

For a 17-year-old runaway in Ukraine, assistance came just in time

June 15, 2015
After leaving home and dropping out of school, 17-year-old Nastya was on a bad path. For months, she’d been sleeping on Ukraine’s streets or staying with friends. She was frequenting a drug house,...

Pact Ukraine staff: Reforms must be forged locally, by ordinary Ukrainians

April 22, 2015
To succeed, reforms in Ukraine must involve ordinary citizens who see the benefit of taking part, and they can't be focused only in Kiev, two Pact directors said during a visit to Washington, D.C....

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