Ukraine is under siege following a full-scale military invasion by Russia on 24 February 2022


ZMINA 2.0: Immediate war-related population needs

ZMINA 2.0: Immediate war-related population needs

1 June 2022—18 December 2022

As part of the ZMINA 2.0 project, with the financial support of the European Union, we act to address the immediate war-related population needs, besides those covered by humanitarian aid: 

  • Addressing the immediate population needs and providing, among other things, water, sanitation, energy, food, health care, and health products, shelter to reduce the impact of the war on the distressed population, complementing EU humanitarian and civil protections' assistance; 

  • Short-term rehabilitation and reconstruction to enable the victims of war to benefit from a minimum of socio-economic standards; 

  • Support measures to address the impact of sudden population movements and casualty events with relevance to the war situation; 

  • Strengthening crisis and conflict response capacities and improving the population's safety and the critical service providers affected by the war.

We collaborate with war-affected communities, as well as host and transit communities:

  • Communities most affected by the war: Donetsk, Zhytomyr, Luhansk, Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson, Chernihiv regions;

  • Transit communities (including, but not limited to the following): Vinnytsia, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhia regions;

  • Host communities (including, but not limited to the following): Volyn, Zakarpattia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, and Chernivtsi regions.

Who can apply:

  • Local self-government bodies and legal entities formed by local governments according to the relevant profiles;

  • Amalgamated territorial communities (ATC), city territorial communities (СTС);

  • Military-Civil Administrations (MCA).

Please note that the Applicant's power should allow the receipt and distribution or acceptance on the balance sheet of the properties and services according to the type of assistance.

The application should meet the urgent needs of the civilian population, namely: 

  • Internally Displaced Persons (IDP’s);

  • Permanent residents of the community affected by the war (meaning loss of housing or livelihood, access to food, drinking water or medicine, etc. due to an increase in the number of IDPs within the local community).


More information about the conditions for receiving act to address the immediate war-related population need by the link


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