Ukrainian Women's Fund

ABOUT UWF

Ukrainian Women's Fund is an international charitable organization founded in 2000.

The UWF provides civil society organizations (CSOs) in Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus with financial, information and consultation support.

The UWF is the member of Women's Funding network (WFN), International Gender Policy Network (IGPN) and Ukrainian Philanthropists Forum.

UWF GOALS

To promote human rights and fundamental freedoms of citizens by strengthening CSOs;

To attract more resources to support civil society by developing a culture of philanthropy in Ukraine;

To facilitate the consolidation of the women’s movement as an integral part of civil society in Ukraine, as well as in Moldova and Belarus;

To enhance public participation in decision making on different levels;
To increase public attention to issues of diversity and gender.

UWF MISSION

We strive to assist CSOs, specifically women’s CSOs, to play an active role in the processes of democratization of society and to contribute to the equality, justice and respect for human rights by supporting civil society development with financial opportunities.

04.01.2017
17.01.2016
2014 became the year of the new, still unknown challenges but it also became a time of new opportunities and we tried to live through this year as never before.
13.02.2019
About a thousand people have improved their business skills; 112 of them have received grant support in the form of equipment needed to start a business and have created 71 new jobs. Another 43 existing businesses have been granted free equipment that enabled them to create 207 new jobs.
29.01.2019
NGOs representatives from Vinnytsya, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Luhansk and Khmelnytskyi Oblasts learned about reporting requirements of the Ukrainian Women's Fund, agreed on communication within the project to ensure broad coverage of all projects that will be implemented in 5 oblasts.
22.01.2019
The Advocacy Academy has launched today in Kyiv as part of the Internally Displaced Persons and Host Communities: Building Tolerance Through Dialogue Project and brought together women activists from 6 regions of Ukraine.
14.12.2018
A new project of international organizations has been presented in Zaporizhzhia. According to the Project, the community mobilization for empowerment will be implemented in 5 amalgamated territorial communities of the region within the next 3 years.
13.02.2019
About a thousand people have improved their business skills; 112 of them have received grant support in the form of equipment needed to start a business and have created 71 new jobs. Another 43 existing businesses have been granted free equipment that enabled them to create 207 new jobs.
29.01.2019
NGOs representatives from Vinnytsya, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Luhansk and Khmelnytskyi Oblasts learned about reporting requirements of the Ukrainian Women's Fund, agreed on communication within the project to ensure broad coverage of all projects that will be implemented in 5 oblasts.
22.01.2019
The Advocacy Academy has launched today in Kyiv as part of the Internally Displaced Persons and Host Communities: Building Tolerance Through Dialogue Project and brought together women activists from 6 regions of Ukraine.
14.12.2018
A new project of international organizations has been presented in Zaporizhzhia. According to the Project, the community mobilization for empowerment will be implemented in 5 amalgamated territorial communities of the region within the next 3 years.