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Competitive selection for the Program "Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Ukraine by Training Ukrainian Start-up Owners on Sustainable Financing” for young entrepreneurs - beginners | 30 Oct 2020

Competitive selection has started for the Program "Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Ukraine by Training Ukrainian Start-up Owners on Sustainable Financing” for young entrepreneurs - beginners in the city of Kharkiv, and cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk of the Luhansk Oblast. Deadline for applications: Decemner 21, 2020.
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Training for young entrepreneurs - beginners in Kharkiv, Severodonetsk and Lysychansk on sustainable financing | 27 Oct 2020

Competitive selection for the Program "Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Ukraine by Training Ukrainian Start-up Owners on Sustainable Financing” for young entrepreneurs - beginners in the city of Kharkiv, and cities of Severodonetsk and Lysychansk of the Luhansk Oblast
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Final event of 2019 – 2020 Access Alumni Civic Engagement Program in Mariupol | 11 Jun 2020


On June 11, 2020, the final online presentation was held by participants of the 2019 – 2020 Access Alumni Civic Engagement Program in Mariupol supported by the U.S. Embassy and administered by Project Harmony, Inc. (PH International) in partnership with NGOs Mariupol Union of Youth, and Institute of Public Development ‘Ortega-y-Gasset’. RELO Timothy Collins who took part in the final event, thanked the alumni, their trainers and volunteers for their active participation in the Program and community contributions.
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Access Alumni promoted Media Literacy into Mariupol community. | 3 Dec 2019

Access Alumni have the opportunity to develop their soft skills and promote Media Literacy into Mariupol community. Recently we have conducted a workshop for a wide scope of participants from our city. Students discussed the meaning of media bias and were introduced to several common types of bias. During the session, some ways used to pull the wool over media consumers’ eyes were demonstrated (namely facts, photos, bots and trolls that could be exploited in manipulative ways).
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Berdiansk and Zaporizhzhia Access groups helped homeless dogs in Berdiansk dog shelter | 16 Nov 2019


Berdiansk and Zaporizhzhia Access groups helped homeless dogs in Berdiansk dog shelter. Every time of year is a good time to help homeless animals and we had an opportunity to spend time playing with dogs and feeding them. Students drew funny pictures to make gray walls of the open-air-cages better for dogs who live there and for visitors and volunteers who come to the dog shelter to help animals. Unfortunately, there are thousands of homeless dogs and only people can help them. Non-profit organization, Berdiansk dog shelter would not exist without the hard work and dedication of its volunteers. Our Access team tried to help them in their difficult work and it was great experience of collaborative work.
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Collaborative work of Berdiansk Access Alumni and local community | 26 Oct 2019


Online newspaper “PRO.berdiansk.biz” On Saturday, October 26, 2019, Berdiansk alumni of the English Access Microscholarship Program, along with teachers from the Berdiansk State Pedagogical University, school No. 5, and city residents joined a number of good deeds done recently in Berdiansk. Access students, together with local residents, decided to ennoble the area around city school No. 5 and the ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ kindergarten. They draw colorful graffiti on the walls and fences over Internet addresses for buying drugs. The neighborhood residents welcomed this initiative and enjoyed very much funny children's drawings.
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In Vinnytsia, English Language Microscholarship Program has started | 1 Dec 2015

Information about the project on the web-site of Vinnytsia regional state television company
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Access alumni discussed domestic violence with Slovyansk Police Department and social workers | 4 Dec 2012


http://slavyansk-police.dn.ua/news/view/8359
Slovyansk Police Department and Slovyansk social workers met with Access alumni to discuss domestic violence and ways of countering this problem. The meeting was held at the Central Library in Slavyansk. Juvenile prevention officers, together with the students, discussed aspects of combating violence, and the youth learned about innovations in the legislative framework. Employees of the Juvenile Prevention and City social workers shared not only their knowledge of the regulatory framework, but also gave life examples of their interaction for prevention of violence.
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Success Stories

Olha Horina (Vinnytsia) | 10 Oct 2018

«ACCESS in My Life»
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Veronika Halka (Vinnytsia) | 30 Sep 2018

"Participation in the Project ACCESS in My Life"
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