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Support in securing basic needs of Ukrainians citizens





Project type

Non-competitive project






3.1 Support to the development of health protection and social services




Mazowieckie Voivodeship (Mazowieckie Voivodeship, Poland)


TOTAL BUDGET 500 000.00 € ENI CO-FUNDING 500 000.00 €
DURATION 9 months 01.04.2023 - 31.12.2023

Project description

As a result of the Russian unprovoked military aggression against Ukraine, supported by Belarus, the European Union and its eastern regions in particular, as well as the western parts of Ukraine are facing a substantial inflow of displaced persons. That inflow poses a challenge to regions bordering Ukraine, especially at a time when their economies are still recovering from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, Ukraine's economy is severely impacted by Russia's aggression.

During the implementation of the Mazovia4UA project, the basic needs were provided to local communities in Ukraine, allowing them to survive in difficult times of war. Lead Beneficiary purchased and transported to Ukraine: food and basic kitchen equipment, hygiene products, small orthopaedic equipment. The project representative was also involved in providing the necessary equipment for the functioning of social centres and hospitals which specialised in geriatric, psychological and orthopaedic care. Within the project devices to provide access to backup energy during power outages were purchased (i.e. generators with different power outputs). All the above-mentioned equipment and materials were transported to the people in need in Ukraine, namely to the following institutions: Lviv Regional Military Administration, Caritas Spes Religious Mission "Caritas-Spes" Lviv Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church, Psychiatric Hospital in Kulparkow in Lviv, Lviv National Art Galery, Caritas of Sambor-Drohobycz Diocese, Regional Development and Innovation Agency “Mizhhirya” Centre.

Implementation of the Mazovia4UA project will contribute to supporting cross-border cooperation processes in the borderland of Poland and Ukraine. The final beneficiaries of the project were refugees and inhabitants of the borderland region. The equipment and supplies will serve improvement of the conditions in which people affected by the war in Ukraine find themselves.

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