At the request of an international organization, the list includes statements of people who are registered in the temporarily occupied territories.
The Ministry of Social Policy, within the framework of the signed Memorandum with the Norwegian Council for Refugees, submitted a list of applications for the payment of cash help 50,000 Ukrainians who applied on the “eDopomoga” platform.
She reported about it press service department, noting at the same time that at the request of the international organization, the list includes statements of people who are registered in the temporarily occupied territories.
This is the second list provided to the Norwegian Refugee Council.
“Please note that after the transfer of payment lists, international organizations conduct an additional check on the deduplication of payments. We remind you that decisions on the provision of assistance are made by international organizations. Priority is given to vulnerable groups of people, in particular internally displaced persons, people with disabilities, pensioners, single parents who raise children independently, low-income families,” the Ministry noted.
It is reported that more than 10 million applications have been submitted by citizens of Ukraine to date, in connection with which the collection of applications on the YeDopomoga platform was temporarily suspended for their transfer to international organizations upon request.
The “yePomoga” platform:
The humanitarian platform “yeDopomoga” was created by the Ministry of Social Policy with the support of the Ministry of Digital, the World Bank in Ukraine with the financial support of Sweden. The platform has three directions: monetary aid from the state (“isDopomoga” state); receiving and providing volunteer assistance (“volunteer assistance”); payments from international organizations (“isHelp” is international). On the platform, you can find out how to get money from the state, leave a request for help or offer to support others in providing food, clothing, medicine, etc.
Aid to Ukraine during the war:
On July 19, 2022, the EU signed memorandum on the tranche for Ukraine for 1 billion euros. In August, Ukraine received 1 billion euros from the EU as part of a large aid package to overcome the financial consequences of the war for a total of 9 billion euros.
On August 6, 2022, it became known that the EU had developed a new draft of the promised financial assistance.
On September 5, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal announced the signing of an agreement with the EU to provide Ukraine with budgetary support of 500 million euros, which will go towards providing housing for internally displaced persons, as well as supporting small farmers.
On September 28, the Government of Ukraine received EUR 500 million EU grant funds within the framework of the contract on the development of the state and strengthening of stability-III, signed on September 5.
On October 4, 2022, it became known that the International Finance Corporation (IFC) provides Ukraine EUR 25 million for the repair of municipal buildings for the accommodation of internally displaced persons (IDPs).
On October 18, it became known that Ukraine received 2 billion euros macro-financial assistance from the European Union. According to the head of government, these funds are the first part of the package 5 billion euros.
On October 24, it became known that The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will allocate up to 3 billion euros during 2022-2023 to help Ukrainian business and economy continue to function. The funds will be spent on supporting energy and food security.
On October 25, 2022, the World Bank provided Ukraine with additional 500 million dollars.
November 17, 2022 The World Bank declared that he was ready to provide $2 billion to Ukraine.
On November 22, 2022, the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, announced that EC allocates to Ukraine another 2.5 billion euros.
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