Ecorys Polska and partner Internews Ukraine have successfully finished USAID-funded project – Reform Communications Program in Ukraine. The project aimed at increasing the level of citizens’ understanding of the reforms that the Government of Ukraine (GOU) is undertaking, as well as citizens’ understanding of the impact of the reforms on improvement of their lives.
One of the main deliverables of the project, Reform Communications Assessment Report, presented a comprehensive analysis of ongoing efforts, key players and needs in reform communications in Ukraine and has been highly valued by the USAID and USAID Implementing partners, the Government of Ukraine and other donors. Performed in-depth reform communications assessment allowed the core team to develop tailor-made communication campaigns on Healthcare and Energy Sector reforms, which reached over 59% of population of Ukraine.
More information on the activities performed under the Reform Communications Program in Ukraine, its accomplishments and the results of the project evaluation is presented in the Final Performance Report. In addition, above-mentioned Report provides recommendations on the follow-up activities and projects in the field of reform communications in Ukraine.
The picture above presents the core team of the project: Andriy Kulakov – Program Director at Internews Ukraine, Maryna Ergemlidze – Media-communicator at Internews Ukraine, Darya Zavertalyuk – Lead Consultant at Ecorys Polska, Agnieszka Makulec – Manager at Ecorys Polska and Kostiantyn Kvurt – Head of the Board at Internews Ukraine.
This announcement is made possible by the support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID.) The contents of this announcement are the sole responsibility of Ecorys and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.