Self-reliance grant is a one-time assistance that can be provided to recognized refugees, persons granted complementary protection in Ukraine and asylum seekers in Ukraine.
UNHCR provides assistance with vocational training and tools needed for further self-employment upon completion of the training to recognized refugees, persons granted complementary protection in Ukraine and asylum seekers.
UNHCR representation in Ukraine and its Partners in the regions announce the start of the Community Support Initiatives (CSI) project
Growing up is challenging. Here you are, a 17-year old soon-to-become adult, going to school while enjoying a careless and easy-going life. Then suddenly, you are a 22-year old in constant pursuit of a stable job and in desperate search for your place in this world....
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees calls to build a world in which there is truly no need for a UN refugee agency because nobody is compelled to flee.
UNHCR social short film depicts the main challenges of displacement over the last 25 years in Ukraine
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) created a short film to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the foundation of UNHCR and its 25 year presence in Ukraine. The film looks at the daily challenges faced by internally displaced persons (IDPs) through...
Celebrating 20 Years of partnership between UNHCR and The International Fund for Public Health and Environment “Carpathian Region” NEEKA
Humanitarian actors seek US$168 million to support 1.9 million conflict-affected people in eastern Ukraine
(Kyiv, 26 November 2020): The Humanitarian Coordinator in Ukraine Ms. Osnat Lubrani, together with the Ministry for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories, launched today the 2021 Humanitarian Response Plan in a bid to meet the needs of 1.9 million...
16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is a campaign which runs until Human Rights Day on 10 December.