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World Central Kitchen

International Charity Fund SaveUA and Ukrainian Agri Council (UAC) started cooperation with the World Central Kitchen Fund on the 1 of July, 2022.

World Central Kitchen (WCK) is one of the largest non-profit non-governmental organizations in providing food to people suffering from wars, pandemics, natural disasters, etc.

As a part of trilateral cooperation, one more humanitarian headquarters in Uman town, Cherkasy region, was established. 24 types of products are packed in humanitarian food packages in the warehouse. It is important to note that food packages consist exclusively of Ukrainian products, which is important for supporting the work of domestic producers.

29,000 food sets are packed and delivered every week to Ukrainians who need help during the war. Humanitarian packages are sent to internally displaced people in cities and towns of Cherkasy, Vinnytsia, Kirovohrad and Khmelnytskyi regions.

USAID

SAVE UA together with the Association of Milk Producers of Ukraine (AMPU) and USAID Program for Agriculture and Rural Development - AGRO implement a joint project that starts in August 2022.

USAID is the highest federal agency of the USA for state aid management abroad. Thanks to the Agency of International Development American people have been providing economic and humanitarian assistance around the world for more than 50 years.

The contract provides the implementation of the project: "Support of MSMEs in the dairy sector (milk production) for ensuring food security of Ukraine". The goal of the project is to support the strategic direction of agricultural production - dairy cattle breeding by providing high-quality consumables for preventive measures and treatment of animals.

Beneficiaries are 220 micro, small and medium-sized enterprises engaged in milk production and jointly keeping 38,000 cows. They will receive precautionary, curative veterinary medicines and vaccines which they need to prevent herd reduction, improve health and productivity of dairy cows.

Thanks to the project, farmers will be able to produce 185,000 tons of milk, which is enough to provide 1 million people with dairy products.

Geography of the project: Kyiv, Sumy, Chernihiv, Poltava, Kharkiv regions.

Please, fill in the form to join the project:

https://forms.gle/aFnd9rhktnYyAcYi8

The project is implemented with the support of American people provided through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) within the framework of the USAID Program for Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRO), which is carried out by Chemonics International.

Swiss Government and the Association of Milk Producers (AMP)

SAVE UA and AMPU implement the project of the Swiss Government to support dairy farms in the deoccupied territories in order to provide Ukrainians with quality milk. Humanitarian hygienic supplies for 2.5 million CHF (almost 100 million UAH) will be provided to the farms of Sumy, Chernihiv and Kyiv regions.

The war has led to the fact that many farms cannot comply with hygienic standards during milking. This situation leads to the deterioration of animal health, that is, a decrease in the volume and quality of milk in the country. Because a healthy animal on a farm = more quality milk for consumers.

The goal of the project is to ensure food safety by improving access to quality and safe dairy products for the population of Ukraine. Therefore, the project is aimed at solving the problems of two groups at once: farmers and consumers of dairy products, as more often these are children and elderly people.

Ukrainian Agri Council (UAC)

SAVE UA and Ukrainian Agri Council (UAC) delivered 6,700 tons of grain to the regions for baking bread.

In the first days of the war, SAVE UA together with the members of agrarian Association UAC, provided Kyiv with grain for baking bread by delivering 5,000 tons of grain. There was serious problem of food supply in the capital due to mass attacks by russian troops.

The rest of grain was delivered to regions as there were no food because of the problems with logistics chains, stoppage of food enterprises in a number of unsafe regions, as well as the influx of a large number of internally displaced people.