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    Since 1991, the leading independent organization in Washington and Kyiv promoting human rights democratic and economic reforms in Ukraine and supporting the mutual objectives of both countries.

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Organization of Soldiers’ Mothers of Ukraine
Civil society and organizations have long been the lifeblood of protest, reform, and progress in Ukraine, and few organizations have shared both the longevity and impact of the Organization of […] READ MORE
Army gears up for Rapid Trident Exercise in Ukraine
Roughly 300 U.S. soldiers will join approximately 6,000 troops from 12 nations participating in an annual multinational training exercise in Ukraine later this month.Rapid Trident 21 will take place from Sept. 20 […] READ MORE
Interview with Anton Vaisburd, CEO of Datrics
Listen to the new podcast by Mike Buryk from the Made in Ukraine Tech Startup Edition series. Anton Vaisburd is the CEO and cofounder of a Ukrainian startup firm Datrics. Datrics […] READ MORE
Congress Returns - Legislative Update
Congress has returned to the remaining time of the First Session of the 117th Congress and has a lot of essential business to attend to in a very short time period. […] READ MORE
Russia repeatedly violates the Minsk accords and the FSB illegally detains Crimean Tatars
Between September 2nd and 8th, the Joint Forces Operation reported 40 ceasefire violations on the part of Russian-backed forces in eastern Ukraine. Four Ukrainian soldiers were injured as a result […] READ MORE
Illegal Arrests of Nariman Dzhelyal and Four Crimean Tatar Activists Condemned by USUF
Crimean politician/activist Nariman Dzhelyal and four other Crimean Tatar men were searched and detained by Russian security forces, accusing them of alleged sabotage of a gas pipeline near the village […] READ MORE

About Us

A "Do Tank"

The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation (USUF) is a strategic “do tank,” headquartered in Washington, D.C. with a permanent Kyiv offfice, working on the ground in Ukraine since 1991. Beginning from our inception, the Foundation, a non–governmental, 501(c)(3), has created and sustained numerous strategic programs and projects, having secured funding of about $50 million.

Our work is aimed at supporting the development of democracy, a free market economy and human rights in Ukraine, and the strategic partnership between the U.S. and Ukraine.

Programs, which build peace and prosperity through shared democratic values, have focused on the areas of democracy, economic development, health, humanitarian aid and national security policy. Today, the Friends of Ukraine Network (FOUN), the Biotech Initiative and Leadership Development are among the key activities of the Foundation.

Our success is made possible by sponsors and by the cooperation and partnerships we have with a broad base of individuals and organizations in the United States, Ukraine and around the world.