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Foundation for NGO Development "West-Ukrainian Resource Center"
21 Lysenko Street
Tel: +38 032 297 66 24
Fax: +38 032 297 68 13
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
The West-Ukrainian Resource Center was founded in 1994 at the initiative of 15 non-profit organizations in Lviv. The organization was officially registered in early 1995 and re-registered in 1999. The WURC has a staff of 12, 16 trainers (half-time) and several volunteers.
Our main activities are:
1. Community development: educational, consulting, and practical support to the development of local communities and initiative groups in the Western region of Ukraine. Educational support of several pilot communities in Ukraine. Complex support of social and economic development of communities since 2004;
2. Social and political processes (educational programs in social development, public opinion polls, educational seminars for NGOs, international exchange programs);
3. Network projects (cooperation of regional resource centers in Ukraine, Informational Community Network, cooperation with resource centers for NGOs);
4. Economics and economical cooperation, local economic development, environmental economy, bio-energy projects;
5. Migrant advice, prevention of irregular migration, returnee assistance, xenophobia and tolerance ussues.
Vasyl Poluyko, Levko Dovgan, Maksym Filyak, Petro Lazarchuk
1.The International Network of Moderators (PMMM) project as a method for improving access to adult education in the West of Ukraine funded by the PAUCI Program, the Bosch Foundation and the Batory Foundation.
2. Village without a Village Council: a threat or a chance for civic activity? (an exchange trip to Poland for local governance activists, a training course and a small projects program) funded by The MFA of the Republic of Poland, Program of International Assistance.
3. School of Open Community Project (study of the initiative groups and village councils members in the West Ukraine regarding the raising the transparency level of local government and simplifying the people access to the local politics implementation funded by UNDP
4.Small Homeland Project (delivery of study seminars on communities´ interests promotion to village heads in the West Ukraine, exchange study trips of local self-government´s members to Poland funded by Ministry of International Relations (MIR) in Poland.
Civil Initiatives magazine.
Brochures:"Never Late to Learn", "Village Without Council", Service Center for Local Communities", "Establishment of Self-Mobilization Groups"
Lifelong learning, sustainable community development,community self-mobilization