• Top-Kaya launches a new project to preserve the patrimony of Azov Greeks

    On 10 October, the Regional Development Centre ‘Top-Kaya’ started off the project “Preservation of the Linguistic and Cultural Heritage of Azov Greeks”, funded by the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation. The project aspires to lay basis for preserving and capitalizing upon the linguistic and cultural legacy of the Azov Greeks, a unique ethnographic community. Formed on the Crimean Peninsula, and resettled to northern shores of the Azov Sea in the 18th century, they made a significant contributionRead More

  • Top-Kaya experts help build the capacity of civilian security sector representatives

    In May-July 2017, two experts of the Regional Development Centre ‘Top-Kaya’, contracted by the European Union Advisory Mission in Ukraine, conducted a series of trainings on project development for representatives of international cooperation units of ministries, departments and other agencies of the civilian security sector. The project development methodology offered to the training participants was previously tested within prior projects implemented by ‘Top-Kaya’ and is based on the best European experiences in project preparation andRead More

  • Architectural solutions to the needs of Nova Kakhovka community

    18 August – In Nova Kakhovka, Kherson region, the public space around a water source on the river bank has been equipped and improved thanks to public consultations, architectural ideas and Polish equipment. The source, which was a favourite spot of the city residents, has now become more comfortable and safe to visit. Within the framework of the Ukrainian-Polish cooperation, the Development Policy Foundation (Fundacja Polityki Rozwojowej) from Warsaw, together with the Regional Development CentreRead More

  • “RE-Forming European” campaign highlights the experience of Top-Kaya’s partner projects

    On 25 May 2016, the European Information Centres network held the second interregional web conference in the framework of the public campaign “RE-Forming European”. The participants, among them NGOs, local authorities and media representing five Ukrainian regions: Chernivtsi, Kherson, Vinnytsia, Khmelnytsky and Dnipro oblasts, learned about new opportunities for regional development, including small infrastructure projects. As the main reference, they used the success story of the project “Design the change: Modernization of the public spaceRead More