BEEKEEPER FROM LUHANSK OBLAST REVIVES APIARY IN DNIPROPETROVSK OBLAST

Roman Burdzhanadze had to leave his apiary behind under temporary occupation in Luhansk Oblast. He and his family moved to a village in  Dnipropetrovsk Oblast and decided to create an apiary from scratch. Now he is preparing new hives, where he plans to settle bee colonies in spring. Burdzhanadze had been developing an industrial apiary […]

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FARMER FROM DONETSK OBLAST RESUMES FARM OF 150 GOATS IN VOLYN

Serhii Svyrydenko, a farmer and ATO veteran from Donetsk Oblast, founded a goat farm in 2016 in the village of Ivanopillia, Kostiantynivka community. He produced craft cheese and meat delicacies under the trademark Kozatske Podviria. Svyrydenko received several grants, invested his own money, developed new products, and participated in fairs and festivals organized by USAID […]

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IMPLEMENTATION OF FOOD SAFETY SYSTEM AT SNAIL FARM IN ZAPORIZHZHIA

Under the Zap.Ravlik trademark, a family of entrepreneurs from Zaporizhzhia grows snails and produces snail fillets and pâtés. With USAID Economic Resilience Activity (ERA) assistance, they are implementing HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) food safety system. An ERA consultant explained what measures should be introduced in the production facility, and the entrepreneurs set to […]

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ENTREPRENEURS IN LVIV MAKE DISHES FROM COFFEE GROUNDS AND BIODEGRADABLE CANDLES WITH AROMAS OF CITIES

Rekava startup, making a unique biodegradable product from recycled coffee grounds, was founded by two like-minded people in Sumy two years ago. Yurii Tustanovskyi and Dmytro Bidiuk produce coffee cups, candles and pots. Their mission sounds global – using daily habits to save the planet from single-use plastic and other non-degradable waste in landfills. But […]

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RUBIZHNE HOSIERY MANUFACTURER ACCEPTS PRE-ORDERS FOR SOCKS

Rubizhne Hosiery Manufacturer (RHM) is preparing to resume its work in Lviv. The company lost all its equipment and stock of finished products when Russian troops destroyed the factory the Misiurenko brothers had been building for 20 years in Rubizhne, Luhansk Oblast. USAID Economic Resilience Activity (ERA) paid for the manufacturer’s annual lease of 1,000 […]

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FROM PASTILLE TO SOUPS FOR THE ARMED FORCES OF UKRAINE – ENTREPRENEURS FROM ZAPORIZHZHIA REORIENT BUSINESS DURING WARTIME

Hanna Dondyk and Nataliia Yefymenko from Zaporizhzhia have been successfully developing their own business for three years. They make pastille and fruit chips, crispbread and vegetable chips, and have been increasing their assortment and volume, creating new recipes for natural delicacies. They regularly took part in festivals held by USAID Economic Resilience Activity (ERA), gaining […]

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