How the EU and the WHO are helping Belarusian healthcare workers save lives

How the EU and the WHO are helping Belarusian healthcare workers save lives

29 July 2020
The EU and the World Health Organization (WHO) have delivered personal protective equipment (PPE) to healthcare workers in the region of Minsk, as part of the EU’s two-year assistance programme for the Belarusian healthcare system. The programme's budget is over €3 million.
How EU4Youth project helped Ella from Belarus find opportunities in hard times

How EU4Youth project helped Ella from Belarus find opportunities in hard times

27 July 2020
Ella Gukova is 22 years old and is a first-year student at the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts, majoring in cultural studies. She is an orphan, and her grandmother, with whom she still lives, is her legal guardian as well as her younger brother’s.
Belarus: Elderly and disabled people in Biaroza escape social isolation with help from the EU

Belarus: Elderly and disabled people in Biaroza escape social isolation with help from the EU

22 July 2020
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Mariya Bakhur would visit the Biaroza Territorial Centre for Social Services several times a week, where she took singing, knitting and Nordic walking classes. Now all centre activities are held online, but this isn’t an obstacle for the elderly woman, who learnt how…
GSE experts visiting 50 Hertz in July 2019, Georgia

Ensuring Georgia has enough electricity for its citizens

17 July 2020
As Georgia’s demand for electricity grows, so does its need for an adequate electricity supply. The EU-funded project: Support to Georgian State Electrosystem in implementing new sector regulations is helping the country meet this need. Launched in 2019, the 18-month project is helping the…
EU4Youth in Ukraine: from a little idea to a big quail business

EU4Youth in Ukraine: from a little idea to a big quail business

29 June 2020
At half past six Yuriy Shamray is already in the poultry house – this is how his every morning starts for almost four years, ever since he started to breed poultry.
Georgia: EU helps Keda community and businesses recover from COVID-19

Georgia: EU helps Keda community and businesses recover from COVID-19

25 June 2020
Keda LAG is a local action group in the municipality of Keda, in Ajaria, an autonomous republic in southwestern Georgia.
The life of giant stars: Azerbaijani astronomers seek answers with help from European partners

The life of giant stars: Azerbaijani astronomers seek answers with help from European partners

16 June 2020
Shamakhi Astrophysical Observatory in Azerbaijan, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, has many years of experience in observing supermassive stars.
Virtual flights with EU4Youth: Young man from Armenia implements innovative tourism project with EU support

Virtual flights with EU4Youth: Young man from Armenia implements innovative tourism project with EU support

13 June 2020
23-year-old Arman Gabriyelyan, a resident of the town of Ijevan in the Tavush marz (province) of Armenia, is attempting to develop virtual tourism in his native region.
EU4Youth: how a Belarusian mother-of-three set up her business with EU support

EU4Youth: how a Belarusian mother-of-three set up her business with EU support

11 June 2020
Thirty-five-year-old Natalia Titova from Minsk is a mother of three children, aged 4, 9, and 12. Natalia graduated from economics class at school, entered medical college, where she graduated with honours, worked in intensive care, and then entered the philological faculty of Belarus State…
EU4Youth grant opens the way for young social media expert in Ukraine

EU4Youth grant opens the way for young social media expert in Ukraine

10 June 2020
Like many others in the industrial city of Mariupol, Ekaterina Steinberg, now aged 31, acquired an education in metallurgy, but having graduated from the university she understood there was no way she would go to work at the factory. Having received her diploma, while she still had free time, she…