Signing of Grant Agreement with Ukraine: Providing equipment to promote emergency recovery and public-private partnerships

[Goal 7] Affordable and Clean Energy
[Goal 11] Sustainable Cities and Communities
[Goal 16] Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions


On February 19, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) signed a grant agreement with the Government of Ukraine to provide grant aid of up to 15,800 million yen for the Programme for Emergency Recovery (Phase 3).

JICA has been providing support for the Ukrainian people―who are forced to live under harsh conditions due to the Russian invasion―including grant aid for the first and second phases of this programme, for which agreements were signed on March 9 (22,440 million yen) and April 14 (53,072 million yen), 2023 respectively.

Signing ceremony

Signing ceremony

This programme will provide additional support to meet Ukraine’s emergency recovery needs. By procuring the equipment necessary for emergency recovery in the sectors of energy, transport, humanitarian mine action, and public-private partnerships, the program aims to promote not only emergency recovery but also economic restoration in Ukraine.

The programme will thereby contribute to the achievement of SDGs Goals 7 (Affordable and clean energy), 11 (Sustainable cities and communities), and 16 (Peace, justice and strong institutions).

Details for the project are provided below.

Basic project information

Country Ukraine
Project title Programme for Emergency Recovery (Phase 3)
Maximum grant amount 15,800 million yen
Planned implementation period 24 months, including the bidding period (subject to change depending on the security situation of Ukraine)
Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine, State Agency for Restoration, Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, The State Emergency Service of Ukraine, Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Municipalities, etc.
Target region All
Specific project details
1 Equipment procurement
Equipment for: energy services, transport services, humanitarian mine action, telemedicine and mental rehabilitation services, etc.

2 Consulting services
Detailed design work, bidding assistance, construction and procurement supervision, technical guidance for operation and maintenance of the facilities and equipment to be developed, etc.

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