In Ukraine, we support civil society organisations (CSOs) through training and technical and financial assistance and advise humanitarian, development and peacebuilding organisations on making their emergency response, recovery and reconstruction efforts conflict and gender sensitive.
The Support to CSOs programme, which is run by the UK government, helps to ensure local organisations can access flexible, adaptable and scalable funding for their work as well as training and other technical assistance.
We also run a Context Sensitivity, Training and Research Support, funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to share knowledge and good practices on peace and context sensitivity with international organisations working in the country. This includes providing trainings to the demining sector and running a ‘Peace Café’, where peacebuilders can discuss topics relevant to conflict- and gender-sensitive recovery and reconstruction efforts.
Key to our work in Ukraine is timely, in-depth research and analysis to help practitioners and donors understand and respond to key issues. Prior to Russia’s full-scale war in Ukraine, our research included topics such as mental health among IDPs, reintegration of former combatants, gender equality and COVID-19 and conflict risks in key regions.
We have been working in Ukraine since 2015.
Support peace today
All funds donated via our website are currently being used to support our work to prevent further conflict in the Eurasia region