Community Partnerships Project for Local Government Training and Education (CPP)
This local government reform project is based on the concept of partnership. The project partners U.S. and Ukrainian communities, promotes exchange of experience, and provides training to Ukrainian cities. Funded by USAID, this project has trained and educated individuals from more than 1,700 communities throughout Ukraine through its network of Regional Training Centers in Lviv, Cherkasy, Kherson and Donetsk.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Project
The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation will be working through mid-2007 on a new program for management modernization, and specifically in personnel systems, within Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
U.S.-Ukraine Policy Dialogue
Funded by the U.S. Department of State, Policy Dialogue provides a forum to advance constructive dialogue among U.S. and Ukrainian policy makers, public policy experts, and organizations about issues impacting U.S.-Ukraine relations. Policy Dialogue will host four, week-long working sessions, two in Washington, DC, and two in Kyiv among high level experts and policy makers over a two-year period.
In partnership with the U.S. Association of Former Congressmen (USAFMC) and with funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Foundation operated in Ukraine during, and in the months leading up to, the presidential elections that took place in three rounds between October and December of 2004, as well as the parliamentary and local elections in March 2006.
Legal Sector Project
The Foundation assists the development of Ukraine's legal sector by holding seminars at Ukrainian law schools, offers travel grants for Ukrainians to attend international legal conferences, organizes a law book donation program and facilitates communications between American and Ukrainian legal professionals.