V4 East Solidarity Program – Results

The International Visegrad Fund successfully finished the second edition of the V4 East Solidarity Program (ESP) with a generous financial contribution in the amount of 183,400 € from the government of the Republic of Korea and with the active cooperation of the V4 countries’ embassies in the Eastern Partnership region. The main goal of this second edition of the support was providing humanitarian assistance to two projects in Georgia and Ukraine aimed at curbing the COVID-19 pandemic and easing its social and economic consequences.


Thanks to the two editions of the V4 East Solidarity Program, the fund directly supported thousands of people, including 1,100 minors72 young entrepreneurs132 people with disabilities and 8000 elderly people. Anti-pandemic medical equipment in total worth of 370,000 € was provided to 11 hospitals and other medical centers.


Belarus, Minsk region: 25,000 

  1. Medical equipment to Cherven Central District Hospital

Moldova, Soroca: 25,000 €

  1. Medical assistance and equipment to Soroca District Hospital

Ukraine, Chernivtsi and Luhansk regions: 123,950 € + 83,400 €

  1. Medical equipment to Children’s Clinic S. Ošeko, Chernivtsi City Hospital, Luhansk Regional Cardiology Dispensary, Chernivtsi Regional Clinical Hospital, Severodonetsk Hospital for Adults, Luhansk Regional children’s hospital, Luhansk Regional Emergency Service 
  2. safe working environment for medical personnel of the first-aid post at an entry-exit crossing point at the Stanytsya Luhanska 

Azerbaijan, Ganja-Qasakh region: 24,940 € 

  1. Vocational trainings in Ganja, Shamkir and Goygol districts
  2. Integration of children in need of special care

Armenia, Lori region: 25,000 €

  1. Equipment for kinder-gardens in Spitak
  2. X-ray machine for Spitak Medical Center

Georgia, TbilisiSamegrelo-Zemo Svaneti and adjacent regions: 25,000 € + 100,000 €

  1. Day care center assistance and minibus for transportation of their clients with disabilities
  2. Medical equipment and staff trainings in COVID-19 “hotels” 
  3. Medical and IT equipment provided to 250 rural doctors