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UNDP Ukraine's Civil Society Development Programme
UNDP Ukraine's Civil Society Development Programme
UNDP Ukraine's Civil Society Development Programme
UNDP Ukraine's Civil Society Development Programme
UNDP Ukraine's Civil Society Development Programme
UNDP Ukraine's Civil Society Development Programme
UNDP Ukraine's Civil Society Development Programme
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UNDP Ukraine's Civil Society Development Programme

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Civil Society Development Programme, Project presentation by UNDP Ukraine

Civil Society Development Programme, Project presentation by UNDP Ukraine

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  • 1. UNDP Civil Society Development Programme A JOINT INITIATIVE OF UNDP AND THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF DENMARK Civil Society Development Programme UNDP
  • 2. January, 2009 – June, 2012 Ministry of Justice of Ukraine Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Parliament 90 Ukrainian CSOs DMFA $3,475,239 Direct Implementation UNDP / CSDP Project Facts Duration: Beneficiaries: Recipients: Donor: Budget: Modality:
  • 3. UNDP CSDP Goals towards international standards: - simplification of CSO registration - less government regulation of CSO activities - better conditions for CSO financial sustainability - improved government policies for civil society improved managerial, monitoring, advocacy capacity to: - protect the rights of vulnerable groups - participate in decision-making - promote government transparency and accountability. Enabling legal environment for civil society Stronger CSOs
  • 4. UNDP Advantage - improvement of legal framework - CSO capacity-building - institutional strengthening - financial support Access to Expertise Comprehensive Approach RBM Approach Human Rights Based Approach
  • 5. CSDP Response - support of civil society- government dialogue - analytical, informational, advocacy support - training of CSO leaders - networking, experience sharing - international study tours - grants Legal environment for civil society CSO Capacity
  • 6.
    • Civil society input in legal framework improvement
    • facilitated;
    • Government and parliament aware of deficiencies;
    • Leading Ukrainian CSOs informed about European
    • practices on CSO legal status and regulation;
    • Areas for improvement in CSO registration identified
    • based on analysis of current practices;
    • Draft Law on Public Organizations recommended for
    • parliamentary consideration in April – May 2011
    CSDP Results: Legal Environment
  • 7.
    • $ 825,000 invested in local CSOs
    • 22 CSO projects successfully completed in 2010
    • (total grant budget $ 278,909)
    • 3500 direct beneficiaries (services, protected rights, knowledge and skills)
    • 50 decisions by local governments with citizen participation
    • 45 CSO projects started in 2010:
    • - 14 in human rights area ($ 197,119)
    • - 15 in citizen participation area ($ 174,600)
    • - 16 to support vulnerable groups ($ 174,786)
    CSDP Results: Stronger CSOs
  • 8.
    • 60 CSOs strengthened institutional capacity
    • 120 CSO leaders with new knowledge and skills in :
    • Human rights-based approach
    • Project management, monitoring and evaluation
    • Fund-raising, financial management
    • Community resources mobilization
    • PR and communications
    • Advocacy, human rights monitoring
    • CSO-local government relations
    • Government and private sector funding leveraged by CSOs
    • Increased membership
    CSDP Results: Stronger CSOs
  • 9. Examples of grant projects achievements
    • expanded services to persons with disabilities
    • improved accessibility for persons in wheel-chairs
    • new skills and services for underprivileged youths
    • services to vulnerable groups of women
    • improvement of housing and utility services
    • city’s strategic plan
    • rural community development
    • youth policy
    • environmental policy
    • children and youth
    • detainees and prisoners
    • persons with disabilities
    Improved Support to Vulnerable Groups Citizen Input Provided Access to Human Rights Enhanced

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