In the first half of 2018, almost $5 billion worth of donor projects were implemented in Ukraine
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

In the first half of 2018, almost $5 billion worth of donor projects were implemented in Ukraine

In the first half of 2018, almost $5 billion worth of donor projects were implemented in Ukraine, reports the Economic Development and Trade Ministry. The largest donors were: US — $1.7 billion for 102 projects; EBRD — $720 million for 38 projects; EU — $383 million for 176 projects; Germany — $342 million for 31 projects; and Canada – $142 million for 16 projects. The main areas were: national security and defense – $1.1 billion, or 31%; nuclear safety (excluding Chernobyl Fund) – $842 million, or 23%; government and civil society – $431 million, or 12%; regional development – $ 286 million, or 8%; reconstruction of the Donbas and support for internally displaced people – $193 million, or 5%; energy and energy efficiency – $149 million, or 4%; education and science – $106 million, or 4%; and health care – $104 million, or 3%.

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