The Health Advisory Team (HAT) aims to be the partner of choice for Ukrainian healthcare institutions, NGOs, and various levels of government health ministries to build capability and capacity within Ukrainian healthcare systems and communities. Through CUF supported and sponsored programs and projects, we promote health by enabling organizations, healthcare practitioners and healthcare promotion advocates to improve the healthcare in the communities that they serve.

“Oxygen for Life” Program to Help Vulnerable with Critical Pandemic Medical Equipment – CUF Supporting Ukraine COVID Relief

The Canada-Ukraine Foundation (CUF) announced on October 1, 2021, a donation to help fight the impacts of COVID-19 in Ukraine, …
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After a Year of Care in Canada, Triple Amputee Returns to Ukraine

In 2015, Mykola Nyzhnykovskyi arrived in Canada a triple amputee. He returned to Ukraine a year later a “cyborg.” That’s …
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New Branches for Dzherelo in Lviv

Dzherelo Children’s Rehab Centre in Lviv is growing new branches. No longer will all programs be provided from the one …
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The CUF Education Committee works to promote cooperation between Canadian and Ukrainian educators for the purpose of professional development and strengthening the standard of education in Ukraine. This is achieved by the creation of resources, facilitation of workshops and management of programs. These include the Jaroslaw Zajszlyj Memorial Fund, Melania Kovaluk Memorial Fund Scholarships Project, the Naukma project, and the COSBILD Scholarship Fund.

Education Committee Update

It was another adventure for teachers in Canada working with their colleagues in Ukraine through Skype and ZOOM during the …
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Jaroslaw Zajszlyj Memorial Fund

This memorial fund was set up in 2016 by Irena Bell in memory of her father. The Fund annually awards …
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Kyiv Mohyla University Project – Naukma

After several years of initial efforts by the Friends of NAUKMA, CUF took over the management of all Canadian support …
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Civil Society

The CUF Civil Society Committee was formed to provide a framework for review and support of projects and programs that promote social justice and sustainable development in a free and democratic Ukraine. The mission of the Civil Society Committee is to support, enable and empower individuals and organizations in Ukraine to implement just, transparent, inclusive and democratic national policies, in efforts to contribute to sustainable development and enhance a learning culture for a civil society.

Civil Society Committee Update

CANADA-UKRAINE FOUNDATION NEWSLETTER The CUF Civil Society Committee was formed as one of three programming committees to provide a framework …
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Petition To Have The Word “Holodomor” Included In The World’s Dictionaries

“#Deeptruth” Campaign by the National Holodomor Awareness Tour Cutting-edge “Deepfake” technology is typically used to manipulate the truth and promote …
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Project Liubov – Love

Project Liubov-Love (in short form PLL) was created in 2001 as a Western Canadian community based project to assist impoverished …
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Holodomor Programs

The Canada-Ukraine Foundation supports projects that contribute to the commemoration of the Holodomor and provide educational opportunities to spread awareness about the Holodomor. The Holodomor National Awareness Tour is a project of the Canada-Ukraine Foundation, supported by the governments of Canada, Ontario and Manitoba; to raise awareness of the Holodomor and to strengthen the public’s understanding of, and commitment to, human rights. The Holodomor National Awareness Tour, through its creation of the Holodomor Mobile Classroom (HMC), tours the country to raise awareness of the Holodomor and to promote core Canadian values. Bringing awareness of the Holodomor to tens of thousands of Canadians and demonstrating that lessons of this genocide are relevant in the world today.

Holodomor National Awareness Tour

HNAT Cross Canada Spring Summer Tour On March 31st 2019, the Holodomor National Awareness Tour (HNAT) began its coast to …
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