In December 2019, the EU-supported project ‘Requirement for Efficient Management of the Utility Sector’ was completed in the city of Vilejka, Belarus. Learn how this project has improved the lives of Vilejka’s citizens and of one family in particular.
Over the course of just seven months, the high-rise building ‘Lypy-2’ has gone through a complete transformation. The mouldy walls and broken roofs have had a neat repair, and the building maintains a steady temperature across all apartments. In addition, its residents’ heating bills are down by…
EU4Youth story from Ukraine: from private lessons for children to a chain of English language schools
Margaryta Matsegora is a trained teacher, with a specialisation in Greek and English languages from the Mariupol State University in Ukraine. The 30-year-old realised that a teacher salary was not enough to sustain her family and so decided to start teaching English to children on a private basis.
The current corona virus pandemic has touched the lives of almost everyone on the planet.
We talked with the frontman of the DakhaBrakha band, Marko Galanevych, and the performer of the group Dakh Daughters Natalka Galanevych about Ukrainian traditional singing and its popularity in the world, about the Creative Europe's "Polyphony" project and the preservation of traditions of the…
Quarantine and isolation – the perfect moment to bring your creative ideas to life. It is also a good time to gain experience, try new things and, why not, change the world for the better.
Hundreds of protective face shields, fittings and devices for supplying and humidifying oxygen are manufactured every day at the ‘Polytechnic’ Science and Technology Park of the Belarusian National Technical University (BNTU).
Production of natural dried fruits with the EU4Youth support: how a young man from Armenia achieved success
A young entrepreneur Arevshat Garibyan started production of natural dried fruits in the outskirts of Yerevan. Arevshat is neatly packing products in a small workshop while telling about the success of his business.
No one wants to be the person who contaminates their friends’ social media feeds with conspiracy theories or disinformation. Use this list to make sure you stay ahead of disinformation!
At the end of March, ‘Nord News’, a news portal based in Moldova’s second largest city Bălți published an article challenging President Igor Dodon’s claim that the country was prepared for Covid-19. Their findings caused waves across Moldova.