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Swiss Cooperation Programme Ukraine 2020-23

Swiss Cooperation Programme Ukraine 2020-23
Swiss Cooperation Programme Ukraine 2020-23 © FDFA

The overall goal of Swiss Cooperation is to support Ukraine on its path towards peace and towards an inclusive society, in which women and men equally contribute to and benefit from public integrity and sustainable growth. 

The Swiss Cooperation Programme Ukraine 2020-23 has been prepared in close consultation with the Ukrainian government and partners. It strategically contributes to the country’s pathway towards sustained recovery, the implementation of the Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

Swiss Cooperation Programme Ukraine 2020-23 (PDF, Number of pages 48, 1.9 MB, English)

Made with Switzerland

"Made with Switzerland" puts the spotlight on Ukrainians who share their experiences of their dynamic, vibrant country. Ukraine is changing, and Switzerland is right by its side, assisting in the implementation of essential reforms, providing assistance to those most affected by the conflict and working to promote peace. All these changes are contributing to the prosperity and security of the wider region. Photographs and testimonies illustrate Switzerland’s action and its results.

#MadeWithSwitzerland

All against corruption!

Cover page of the SCO Ukraine publication «All against corruption!»
Cover page of the SCO Ukraine publication «All against corruption!» © SCO Ukraine

The Swiss Cooperation Office in Ukraine presents the publication “All against corruption!” jointly elaborated with our implementing partners. This brochure features 12 cases from Swiss-funded projects. Each case highlights project activities contributing to fighting corruption in Ukraine in various sectors and at different levels of governance.

Our experience shows that even without special dedicated anti-corruption programmes, development partners have means to reduce the space for corruption step by step, by promoting key good governance principles in their work with national stakeholders, and therefore contributing to the establishment of good governance practices in corresponding sectors. This process is an invaluable addition to the broad direct anti-corruption agenda. 

All against corruption! (PDF, 3.2 MB, English)