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RISE Ukraine, together with the Institute of Analytics and Advocacy, prepared a guidebook for donors who seek to work on the recovery of Ukraine

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Foreign delegations, eager to contribute to Ukraine's rebuilding and recovery efforts, often turn to representatives of the RISE Ukraine Coalition with questions about the existing challenges, explore potential partners within the civic sector, and require guidance on where they can best allocate their resources to aid in the reconstruction.

Recognizing the recurrent nature of these inquiries, RISE Ukraine, together with the NGO "Institute of Analytics and Advocacy", prepared a comprehensive guidebook for donors and international partners, which offers concise answers to frequently asked questions across eight selected thematic areas of Ukraine’s recovery and reconstruction: 

1. Environment and green recovery

2. Decentralization and Self-Governance

3. Volunteering

4. Social Protection of Vulnerable Groups (IDPs, Disabled) and veterans

5. Healthcare and Mental Health

6. Education

7. Architecture and Construction

8. Integrity and transparency

Drawing on insights derived from 9 focus group discussions conducted between late 2023 and early 2024, this guidebook aims to foster collaboration between donors and Ukrainian NGOs, providing valuable guidance for resource allocation to ensure effective reconstruction efforts.

The guide also includes a curated list of recommended NGOs, recognized for their active and impactful contributions within the respective sector. These organizations expand the list of suggested partners for international collaborators.

Authors: Lesia Ogryzko (RISE Ukraine), Vitalii Nabok (Institute of Analytics and Advocacy), Olena Andrieieva (Institute of Analytics and Advocacy), Viacheslav Kyrulo (Institute of Analytics and Advocacy). 

The material was prepared by the Institute of Analytics and Advocacy and RISE Ukraine with the financial support of the BHP Foundation. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the BHP Foundation.