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Dorcas Relief/Early recovery projects in Ukraine since crisis onset

Project name: Aflatoun programme for youth development and involvment in the community

Location: Luhansk oblast GCA contact line

Period: September 2018 – May 2019

Expected results:

  • 15 teachers of 5 educational establishments (schools and technical schools) are trained on Aflatoun techniques;
  •  at least 250 teenagers passed 5 modules on Personal understanding and self-knowledge, Rights and obligations, Savings and expenditures, Planning and budgeting, Social and finanсial education
Ukraine Joint Response IV

Location: Donetsk oblast (N)GCA and contact line

Period: January – December 2018

Expected results:

  • Multipurpose cash grants – 2500 people
  • Agricultural cash grants – 150 HHs
  • Protection – 400 people
Ukraine Joint Response III

Location: Donetsk & Luhansk oblasts (N)GCA and contact line

Period: March – December 2017

Results:

  • Multipurpose cash grants – 2238 people
  • NFI (solid fuel) – 166 HHs
  • Protection – 1446 people

To read more about the project please follow the link to the donor’s web site: Ukraine Joint Response 3

Pope for Ukraine action

Location: Oblasts  Donetsk, Zaporozhye, Kharkiv, GCA and contact line

Period: March 2017 – May 2017

Results: 

Multipurpose cash grants – 2500 people

To read more about the project, please follow the links to the donor’s articles:

Dorcas starts new project with help of “Pope for Ukraine” and

Pope for Ukraine action executive partners

Ukraine Joint Response II

Location: Oblasts  Donetsk, Luhansk Zaporozhye, Kharkiv,  (N)GCA and contact line

Period: July 2016 – February 2017

Results:

  • Multipurpose cash grants (4 months) – 2610 people + 100 HH
  • Food  (NGCA, 2 months) – 2840 people
  • Small-business start-up training – 44 HHs (145 people)
  • Small-business start-up grants – 14 HHs (63 people)
  • Protection – 684 people
ZOA Livelihoods support

Location: Zaporozhye Oblast

Period: July 2016 – February 2017

Results:

  • Small-business start-up training – 16 HHs (53 people)
  • Small-business start-up grants – 5 HHs (23 people)
Ukraine Joint Response I

Location: Oblasts  Donetsk, Zaporozhye, Kharkiv and Dnepropetrovsk (N)GCA and contact line

Period: December 2015 – June 2016

Results:

  • NFI grant (GCA, cash) – 3907 people
  • NFI grant (NGCA/buffer, cash and in-kind) – 378 people
  • Rent support (GCA/buffer, cash, 4 months) – 1550 HHs
  • Renovation of severely damaged houses – 6 HHs
Dorcas Food Action

Donor: Private donors from the Netherlands

Location:Donetsk, Luhansk,  Zaporozhye, Dnepropetrovsk o blasts and Kiev city    

Period: December 2015 – August 2016

Results: 

Food packages for conflict-affected people and IDPs through local partner organisations - 5382 HHs

IDP relief Transcarpathia

Donor: Private donors from the Netherlands

Location: Oblasts Transcarpathia (Uzhgorod and Mukachevo)

Period: October 2014 – February 2015

Results:

  • Collective shelter provision for IDPs (rent + utilities) – 451 HHs
  • Food packages for IDPs (3-month period) – 1623 people
  • Education support – 234 people
  • Medicine provision – 25 HHs
  • Psychological services – 649 people
  • Juridical services
Life-saving interventions in Ukraine crisis

Donor: Private donors from the Netherlands

Location: Oblasts Transcarpathia (Uzhgorod and Mukachevo)

Period: March 2015 – December 2015

Results:

  • Food support (272 HH for a 6-month period, 670 HH one-off) – 942 HHs
  • Renovation (cash, shelter fund) – 114 HHs
  • NFIs (in-kind or cash) – 615 HHs
  • Medicine provision (cash) – 88 people
  • Protection services (evacuation and hotline) – 2731 people
  • Multipurpose cash grants – 281 HHs
Shelter, food and NFI support for internally displaced persons

Donor: Private donors from the Netherlands

Location: Oblasts Donetsk (Snezhnoe), Zaporizhya, Kharkiv and Dnepropetrovsk (Kriviy Rih)

Period: June 2014 – March 2015

Results: 

  • Shelter renovation + utility payment – 300 people
  • NFI distribution (kitchen and rooms furniture, clothes, shoes, wood and coal) – 500 people
  • Food (soup kitchens and food parcels) & cash-for-medicines – 1750 people