Ukrainian Humanitarian Fund: Fourth Reserve Allocation Strategy for 2022, as of July 14, 2022 [EN/RU/UK] – Ukraine



Section 1: Strategic Statement

On 1 July 2022, humanitarian partners in Ukraine released the Winterization Plan 2022-2023: Priority Winter Supply and Repair Plan, which identified urgent winter supply and repair activities targeting vulnerable IDPs and people living in substandard housing affected by the escalation of conflict since February. This HF reserve allocation for Ukraine of up to $25 million will support the following urgent, high-impact elements of the winterization plan: insulation of substandard housing and damaged homes and provision of heating and solid fuels in remote and rural areas of Eastern and Northern Oblasts The reserve modality was selected to allow for expedited verification and review processes of proposals and rapid disbursement of funds to ensure implementation timely implementation of priority activities before the start of the winter season. The narrow sectoral and geographic focus complements ongoing and planned interventions by other donor and international agency initiatives addressing wintering needs and their concurrent programming under the Ukraine Flash Appeal.

This allocation will support the UHF’s continued commitment to localization by promoting the participation and capacity building of national and local partners, including small civil society organizations with access to hard-to-reach places. and able to provide context-specific assistance. The allocation will also promote other cross-cutting priorities, including gender and age considerations, disability inclusion, mainstreaming protection and accountability across all partner programs.


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