For the Sake of Ukraine's Freedom: CSR Report for 2020-2023

TECHIIA Holding has released its corporate social responsibility report for the years 2020-2023. The NGO "Techiia Foundation," which is part of the holding, implemented several projects that are also included in the report.

Previously, the Techiia Foundation primarily addressed healthcare issues — funding equipment for Ukrainian hospitals, providing targeted assistance to the sick, and developing the Inclusion and Correction Center "Eva." Since 2022, a new project has emerged at the organization, focusing on "Supporting the Freedom of Ukraine."

This initiative involves supplying Ukrainian fighters for independence with essential protective gear, water purification tools, heating devices, and prosthetics and reintegrating russian-Ukrainian war veterans into civilian life. The foundation has also supported the vital needs of internally displaced persons by funding shelters and hot meals.

"Life has changed since russia's invasion of Ukraine, and so have the priorities of our NGO. Our approach is to be where we are most needed. Today, we actively assist those fighting for our freedom and those suffering from the war. Over $23 million has been spent by TECHIIA Holding and its founders, Oleg Krot and Yuriy Lazebnikov, on this new direction for the foundation. We are currently developing new projects and will be ready to launch them in the near future," said Yuna Cheis, Chair of the Board of the Techiia Foundation.

Despite the war, the holding, through the Techiia Foundation, continued to finance the "Get Well Soon!" project. From 2019 to 2023, 19 hospitals in 14 cities across Ukraine received equipment and medical supplies with a total value of UAH 26.8 million. The "Eva" Inclusion and Correction Center, fully funded by TECHIIA, provided qualified rehabilitation services to 172 children free of charge.

STEM education popularization is another foundation project, supporting two student hackathons and the Data Engineering IT school in 2021. One of the companies within the holding, WePlay Studios, initiated the modernization of the Kyiv National I. K. Karpenko-Karyi  University. Additionally, substantial financial support was provided to the Ukrainian school in Cyprus, where Ukrainian children are getting an education.

For a comprehensive report on TECHIIA's corporate social responsibility for the years 2020-2023, you can refer to the following link.

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