Humanitarian Reconstruction Fund

Humanitarian Reconstruction Fund: Announcement of allocations from Ukraine

The Humanitarian Reconstruction Fund of Ukraine is a fund established by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. The fund provides grants to support reconstruction and recovery efforts in crisis areas, including those affected by conflict, displacement and other forms of humanitarian need. ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

To apply for a grant from the Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Recovery Fund, organizations and individuals. Can visit the UNDP website for more information on the application process and eligibility criteria. The website contains detailed instructions on how to apply and information on the types of projects eligible for funding.

It should be noted that the application process for Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund grants may be competitive and not all applications may be approved. However, organizations and individuals may consider other sources of funding and support for their reconstruction and reconstruction efforts in Ukraine.

Act Now to Support a Fair and Just Recovery Later

Yet. the overall goal of this first round of funding is to prioritize programs and initiatives that help build resilience and promote an inclusive, just and just recovery from the adverse effects of war to ensure all.

In spite of priorities include programs for older people, people with disabilities, LGBTQIA+ populations, third-country nationals such as refugees and asylum seekers, other minority groups such as Roma, and children and youth.

Moreover, the grants also prioritize programs that focus on. Providing long-term sustainable solutions that help the most vulnerable and vulnerable populations. Build resilience, assimilate/integrate, and pave a path to recovery. For their future. Strengthen local capacities, including local communities, humanitarian actors, organizations, infrastructure, leaders and systems.

Ensure better and more inclusive humanitarian response to marginalized and vulnerable groups, including by investing in advocacy and improving coordination. Adopt new and innovative approaches, including funding pilot projects, studies and generating evidence or scaling up proven models/approaches.

CDP favors investments in local organizations and systems

While according to a recent Crisis Committee (DEC) report, less than 1% of humanitarian donations went directly to national NGOs in Ukraine.

Although Local leaders and humanitarian organizations know best the needs of their communities and play a key role in providing immediate humanitarian assistance. On the contrary determining the best path to long-term community recovery after a disaster or crisis. CDP tries to provide locally managed units as much as possible.

While in awarding grants to our trusted international partners, deeply rooted in target countries, special attention is given to those who build trust-based and equitable partnerships and support, empower and strengthen local and national stakeholders and systems.

First round of grants to Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund. Despite this we are pleased to announce the following grants to 10 organizations totaling over $4.$27M: $

Alliance Global

$230,000 to build resilience and enable sustainable recovery and rehabilitation for marginalized and conflict-affected LGBTQIA+ people through improved mental health.

Apart from the grant also strengthens the organizational capacity of Alliance Global and its LGBTIQ+ staff, volunteers and representatives, with benefits both during and after the full-scale war in Ukraine. ์˜จ๋ผ์ธ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

Roma Women’s Association

Although, $250,000 invested over two years to ensure the capacity, stability and long-term organizational development. Even so this Roma women-led organization that provides humanitarian assistance. While the most vulnerable Roma communities in Ukraine and advocates for the Revitalizing the economy engages the Roma community.

Rokada Charitable Foundation

US$250,000 to facilitate the integration of IDPs through the establishment of IDP Councils composed of representatives from local communities, IDPs and law enforcement agencies.

Councils for IDPs are consultative bodies and participate in decision-making and problem-solving related to the implementation of state policy in the area of โ€‹โ€‹protecting the rights of IDPs.

Deakin University

Center for Humanitarian Leadership โ€“ $749,362 to uplift, empower and empower local civil society leaders during the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. You will work to build the capacity of local organizations in disaster recovery.

By building the local leadership, knowledge, understanding and capacity. To engage effectively, meet their needs and influence development and response plans. “.


$164,054 to improve access to integrative psychological support and services for workers in Ukraine. Leading to better workplace services to deal with trauma, stress, burnout, etc. caused by war.

Fulcrum develops materials, provides educational and practical support for business psychologists and HR professionals and makes these materials available online to all psychologists and HR professionals.

All services are based on the principles of Social Inclusion and Gender Equality (GESI), which include LGBTQ people, veterans and internally displaced persons.


Alternatively, $872,336 (from the Ukraine Crisis Fund and the CDP’s COVID-19 Response Fund) to improve the lives of older people. HelpAge will do this by influencing the United Nations-led international humanitarian. Response system and three national systems to take older people more seriously.

However they will also enable humanitarian NGOs in Ukraine, Moldova and Ethiopia to implement age-friendly humanitarian. And rehabilitation programs and ensure the participation of older people in identifying their priority needs and long-term recovery solutions.

Moreover the project will also generate research and evidence on age-friendly practices that can be used as an advocacy tool that can be integrated into all humanitarian efforts. ๋ฐ”์นด๋ผ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

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