Around the region, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed our country offices to take their “usual business” and quickly adapt it to address the current context.
The COVID-19 Pandemic not only has immediate affects on our communities but will have long reaching impact on all areas of society. Here's how we're responding.
To address a growing problem during COVID-19, we have designed an app that helps victims of domestic violence ask for quick help.
Ukraine is also still coping with the lingering effects of six years of conflict in the east of the country. The Coronavirus pandemic accentuates the effects of this conflict in a number of ways.
We asked young people across Europe and Central Asia to tell us what cultural heritage means to them, and about their favourite monuments.
The COVID-19 is evolving into a long-term emergency, unlike any other that the modern world has experienced before. Its effects will manifest differently relative to countries’ ability to cope.

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35%

are excluded from society

19%

of youth are unemployed

1.4 million

are living with HIV

88%

of primary energy supply is from fossil fuels

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