EU Anti-Corruption Initiative launches support for five Ukrainian CSOs
April 1, 2021

EU Anti-Corruption Initiative launches support for five Ukrainian CSOs

The EU Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI) is supporting five Ukrainian CSOs to encourage the efforts of civil society, the business community and the media to promote a culture of integrity in Ukraine.

From fifty applications for its National Call for Proposals of civil society organisations, EUACI selected Transparency International Ukraine (TI Ukraine), the Anti-Corruption Action Centre (AntAc), the Media Development Foundation (MDF), the Nashi Groshi (Our Money) NGO, and the Analytical and Advocacy Centre ‘Lviv Regulatory Hub’.

The winners of the call receive a grant from the EUACI for the implementation of their projects, which will last from 2021-2022.

Since the launch of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative, funded by the EU, and co-financed and implemented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, more than 30 NGOs have been supported in order to strengthen their capacity in anti-corruption activities.

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