Information on providing international partners with materials, equipment and financing to support and recover the Ukrainian energy infrastructure after the russian attacks. The file is formed from official messages of ministries, administrations, organizations and representative offices of Ukraine and partners.
Information on restoration projects funded by the Fund for Elimination of the Consequences of Armed Aggression. It includes details on the region and administrative-territorial unit, project description, cost, and implementation period.
The Fund for Elimination of the Consequences of Armed Aggression was established in October 2022 as part of the special fund of the State Budget of Ukraine with the aim of eliminating the consequences (including humanitarian, social, and economic) caused by the war. Among the recovery projects are the construction of public buildings and shelters, the reconstruction and repair of critical infrastructure objects, housing for internally displaced persons and those who lost it due to hostilities, etc. Funds are allocated to regions and territorial communities classified as recovery areas:
- where military actions took place;
- which were temporarily occupied;
- that suffered destruction of critical and social infrastructure objects, residential buildings;
- experiencing a significant deterioration in socio-economic development and significant population displacement.
The status of projects involving the restoration of residential buildings damaged due to the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine under the "VidnovyDIM" program by the Energy Efficiency Fund. The dataset contains essential information regarding the number and outcomes of application reviews, project costs, and the progress of restoration works.
The fund provides participants in the program with grants on a non-repayable basis, covering 100% of the material and labour costs, up to a maximum of 7.2 million UAH per building. These funds can be utilized by housing cooperatives for the repair or replacement of damaged windows and doors, roofs, facades, and engineering systems.
The dataset reflects the implementation status of the Energy Efficiency Fund's program "VidnovyDIM", which was launched in November 2022. The goal of this program is to fund construction work to restore residential buildings damaged due to the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine. The source of funding for the program is the funds of the European Union.
The file contains information about the program participant (housing cooperatives), including the name, location address, area, number of households, dates of application submission and joining the program, a list of construction works, as well as the project cost and the amount of the granted funds paid.