Ukraine NGO Sustainability

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Ukraine NGO Sustainability
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Community Name: Ukraine
Country: Ukraine
Volunteer(s) Name: L. Lee
Volunteer(s) Homestate: Minnesota
Funds requested were: $8560.00
PPCP #: 343-042
Year of project approval: 2003
Projects started in Ukraine 2003 (9).
Chernivsti Listening and Speaking Classroom Project, Haivoron Camp Big Bang, Kherson Successful Women - Women's Shelter, Lugansk Oblast Water Watchers, Lviv Youth Leadership Program, Mykolayiv Book Acquisition Project, Mykolayiv International Communication Center, Sambir Aquapark Renovation, Ukraine NGO Sustainability
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Other Projects in Ukraine (64).
"International Days in Poland" English Language Seminar, A CURE: A Community United to React to an Epidemic, Alliance Youth Theater for HIV/AIDS Awareness, Artemovsk Central City Library Computer Center, Bar School Number 2 Insulation Project, Camp "I Believe", Camp CACTUS, Camp Excite Healthy Lifestyles, Camp GLOW, Camp H.E.A.L., Camp Unity: Promoting Diversity and Tolerance in Ukraine, Chernivsti Listening and Speaking Classroom Project, Chernivtsi English Language Resource Center, Chernivtsi Environmental NGO "Krona", Comprehensive English Textbooks for Mukachevo Secondary School No. 6 … further results
State Flag of Minnesota.svgOther Projects by Volunteers from Minnesota (20).
Melissa Albert, Bicycle Repair Class, Borino Community Education Center, Bring a Buddy Volunteer Campaign, Doug Claycomb, Craft Workshop for Women's Local Language Literacy School, Ula Cutten, Thomas Drake, Educational Center, Nick Henry, Irrigation Initiative, Dale Jensen, Dale Jenson, Matt Jones, Lynnea West … further results
Other PCPP Projects by Volunteers (439).
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Info about the Ukraine NGO Sustainability

Twelve Peace Corps Volunteers will work with their organizations, other Ukrainian NGOs and donor organizations to reach, produce, distribute and present a comprehensive document on creating sustainable NGOs in Ukraine. Currently, most NGOs in Ukraine depend primarily on a stream of international donor funding and organizations support to operate. It is important that NGOs learn the action steps needed to build sustainable organizations independent of a single donor source of funds. While much material has been created discussing the highest level of sustainability, we intend to create a document that demonstrates what can legally be attempted in Ukraine and detail examples of how some organizations are achieving elements of sustinability today. This document will highlight both successes and failures and the lessons learned from experiences at NGOs. Partnership funds are needed for the overheaded costs, including those for project development, production and distribution of such a document.

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