A school in the Rivne region that was damaged by the Russian forces in the first days of the full-scale invasion was repaired with EU funds as part of the EU4UASchools: Build Back Better programme.
Recovery of Ukraine
01 March 2024
In Bohuslav, Kyiv Oblast, a twice-displaced family has established two businesses and a fairy-tale playground for kids
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is interested in implementing the restoration projects in the Kherson and Mykolaiv regions, which were significantly affected by the war.
29 February 2024
Transferring the frozen Russian assets, including proceeds from them, to Ukraine is not only a realistic scenario but the one that has no alternative.
28 February 2024
The representatives of Kyiv regional authorities and South Korean non-governmental organizations have discussed cooperation and the involvement of Korean institutions in reconstruction efforts.
27 February 2024
During the spring session, the Swiss parliament will discuss the creation of a fund for the restoration of Ukraine.
26 February 2024
Ukraine introduced last year a three-level protection system at its energy generation facilities, which helped us get through this winter effectively.
25 February 2024
Western democracies should be bolder about confiscating Russian assets which they immobilized after the country's full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.
Canada will provide Ukraine with 169 million Canadian dollars (about 130 million US dollars) for several reconstruction and development programs.
24 February 2024
Ukraine counts on the active participation of Belgian companies in various reconstruction projects.
President Volodymyr Zelensky expects Canada to help Ukraine rebuild one of the dams destroyed by Russia.
Power engineers from Bukovyna have been restoring electricity to de-occupied villages and towns in southern Ukraine for almost a year
Ukraine and Belgium are stepping up economic cooperation and efforts to further use frozen Russian assets in favor of Ukraine’s reconstruction.
23 February 2024
The development of design specifications and estimates has started in the city of Vinnytsia in relation to three projects, which proved to be interesting to Japanese companies during the Japan-Ukraine Conference for Promotion of Economic Growth and Reconstruction.
22 February 2024
The government has approved the allocation of UAH 2.3 billion in subventions to the regions in 2024, at the initiative of the Ministry for Communities, Territories, and Infrastructure Development.
21 February 2024
Last year, the Mykolaiv Development Agency municipal institution raised UAH 305 million in donor funds for the city's restoration.
Over two years of full-scale war, volunteers have gained experience that will allow them to rebuild the entire country in the future
20 February 2024
Since the beginning of 2024, the Ukrainian State Agency for Restoration and Infrastructure Development has signed new reconstruction contracts worth UAH 344.2 million in the Kyiv and Kherson regions.
A steel trident made from a pre-war batch of steel produced by Azovstal Iron and Steel Works has been installed in the northern part of Khortytsia Island in Zaporizhzhia.
19 February 2024
Ukraine and Japan have signed an agreement to provide Ukraine with a grant of USD 100 million for Phase 3 of the Programme for Emergency Recovery. The grant will be used for the aforementioned programme.
President Volodymyr Zelensky thanked Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida for holding a Japanese-Ukrainian conference to boost economic growth and reconstruction and for his continued support for Ukraine.
At the Conference for Promotion of Economic Growth and Reconstruction, Ukraine and Japan signed 56 documents on cooperation.
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida pledged Monday to continue offering reconstruction support to war-torn Ukraine in collaboration with the private sector, leveraging its experience and technological know-how in recovering from earthquakes.
18 February 2024
In the Kyiv region, 198 educational institutions that were destroyed and damaged as a result of Russia's full-scale invasion have already been restored.
Japan will enlist help from the private sector and continue its long-term support for Ukraine.
The Ministry of Reintegration, the International Organization for Migration (IOM), six regional state administrations and twelve communities have signed memoranda of cooperation that will provide affordable housing for IDPs.
This year, the government plans to launch reconstruction and modernization projects for at least 100 hospitals and create at least 30 mental health centers in cluster hospitals.
The Cabinet of Ministers has allocated over UAH 2.3 billion in subventions from the state budget to local budgets for the restoration of social and critical infrastructure projects in 2024.
17 February 2024
In Munich, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and Australian businessman Andrew Forrest, founder of the Fortescue Metals Group mining company, discussed the reconstruction of Ukraine.