A year after the outbreak of protests in Kiev, the Open Dialog Foundation along with Euromaidan Warsaw summed up its aid activities, organised for Ukraine over the last year (November 2013 – November 2014).
During this period, from the beginning of the EuroMaidan, we carried out activities in order to support the integration of Ukraine into the European Union and implementation of reform aimed at improving the functioning of the state system.
We also supported Ukraine in its efforts to defend the territorial integrity of the country and to provide humanitarian assistance to the needy. Since January 2014, the Foundation has undertaken fundraising actions based on the permit No. 51/2014 obtained from the Ministry of Administration and Digitisation.
The financial settlement and the infographics illustrating the forms of the aid, provided by us, were presented on 25 November, 2014 at a #MyZWami press conference, addressed primarily to the Ukrainian community living in Poland.
The data presented detail the situation as of 25 November, 2014.
- Presentation: Summary of ODF’s support measures for Ukraine between 21 November, 2013 and 25 November, 2014 #MyZWami (Bartosz Kramek, Head of the Board Natalia Panchenko, President of EuroMaidan Warsaw)
- Financial summary of the assistance provided to Ukraine by the Open Dialog Foundation during the period 21.11.2013- 25.11.2014
- Infographic: Summary of the Open Dialog Foundation’s involvement for Ukraine between 21 November, 2013 and 25 November, 2014
- Infographic: Summary of EuroMaidan Warsaw’s support measures for Ukraine between 21 November, 2013 and 25 November, 2014
- Infographic: Ukrainian World current as of 25 November, 2014
Earlier, we summarised the activities undertaken during the period from 21 November, 2013 to 7 April, 2014. View the infographic.
View the presentation summarising the aid activities undertaken over the half year period following the outbreak of protests at Maidan.