Reducing risk-factors for Non-Communicable Diseases in Ukraine

Pays/région Thème Période Budget
Maladies non transmissibles
Renforcement des systèmes de santé
Services médicaux
01.05.2019 - 31.10.2024
CHF  9’609’600
Contexte NCDs such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases and mental health disorders are leading causes of death and disability in Ukraine. The average life expectancy in 2018 was 78 years for women and 68 years for men, which is well below the EU average (84 years for women, 78 years for men). The COVID-19 pandemic has hit vulnerable populations more severely, with NCDs amplifying the impacts. Long-term reform in the Ukrainian healthcare sector has been undertaken since 2016. However, it still falls short in prevention, diagnosis and management of patients at risk of or living with NCDs, of which the majority are men.
Objectifs NCD related risk factors are reduced, contributing to improved health indicators of men and women in Ukraine.
Groupes cibles

Direct beneficiaries: Ministry of Health, National and Regional Public Health Centers, Ministry of Social Policies, Ministry of Education and Science, primary healthcare providers, CSOs, private business, communities and schools in 5 target regions.

Indirect beneficiaries: Ukrainian population, including children and youth, men and women, especially those with “risky behaviour” and with elevated NCDs risks factors.

Effets à moyen terme

Outcome 1: National health authorities are strengthened and an enabling policy environment to address the NCDs in Ukraine is created.

Outcome 2: The capacity of primary healthcare to provide efficient and quality services for prevention, treatment and care of people with NCDs is strengthened in five pilot regions.

Outcome 3: The capacity of schools, public health centers and communities to reduce NCDs risk behavior is strengthened and the knowledge, attitudes and health seeking practices of the Ukrainian population are increased.


Principaux résultats attendus:  

  • Managerial, leadership, coordination, monitoring, evaluation and advocacy capacities of the Ministry of Health, 1 National and 5 Regional Public Health Centres strengthened improving the overall professional workforce of these institutions.
  • 2’000 family-doctors, nurses, public health specialists deliver integrated NCD prevention services.
  • 100 schools have created a safe and healthy school environment and other schools nationwide have access to developed tools and materials.
  • 20 communities including local authorities, CSOs, service providers, supported with small grants for advocacy and NCDs prevention programs.
  • NCDs prevention and health promotion campaigns developed based on age and gender differences implemented in 5 regions and nationwide.

Principaux résultats antérieurs:  

• Essential data (national and regional NCDs statistics, cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit considerations, gender and governance mainstreaming) collected and validation of the implementation approaches.

• Collaboration modalities with other SDC supported interventions were elaborated.

• Target regions of Lviv, Rivne, Dnipro, Poltava, Kherson and engagement with conflict-affected Donetsk and Lugansk identified based on clear selection criteria.

Direction/office fédéral responsable DDC
Crédit Coopération avec l'Europe de l'Est
Partenaire de projet Partenaire contractuel
ONG internationale ou étrangère
Organisme des Nations Unies (ONU)
  • Other international or foreign NGO North
  • Organisation mondiale de la santé

Coordination avec d'autres projets et acteurs Coordination with international and national interested stakeholders (e.g. WB, WHO, USAID, EU Delegation) is ensured. Possible synergies with other Swiss financed projects in Health and other Domains (MED, MH4U, WBTF, DECIDE, IUD) are identified.
Budget Phase en cours Budget de la Suisse CHF    9’609’600 Budget suisse déjà attribué CHF    8’618’842
Phases du projet Phase 1 01.05.2019 - 31.10.2024   (Phase en cours)

Dernière mise à jour 05.10.2022

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