Ukraine

Eptisa started its activity in Ukraine in 2010 with opening office for regional EU-funded project "Waste Governance – ENPI East", after in October 2011 we opened permanent representative office in Kiev.

Eptisa's office in Kiev is provided with all necessary equipment and fully staffed: project managers, quality control engineers, administrative staff. From our representative office in Ukraine we manage projects in NIS region, including Ukraine, Belarus and Armenia, working in the following sectors: water, environment, waste management and transport.

Eptisa successfully completed or is currently involved in implementation of several consultancy projects in Ukraine:

  • Complementary Support to the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine for the Sector Budget Support Implementation. The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the achievement of the National Environmental Strategy priorities in accordance with the EU-Ukraine Association Agenda and environmental cooperation agreements.
  • Programme for the Prevention, Preparedness and Response to man-made and natural disasters in the ENPI East Region. The project aims to support ENPI East countries and to improve their sustainability, preparedness and response to man-made and natural disasters.
  • Waste Governance –ENPI East: Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Moldova. The objective of the project is to improve waste governance within the countries of the European Neighbourhood and Partnership Regionthrough technical co-operation and support to the partner states in the region in their efforts to reduce the risks of environmental pollution hazards to the community and natural resources arising from inappropriate management of wastes.
  • Providing high-quality studies to support activities under the Eastern Partnership. The overall objective of this project is to provide short-term expertise which can be mobilised at very short notice in order to carry out various studies (mapping studies, pre-feasibility studies, feasibility studies, evaluations, needs assessments, policy recommendation reports, etc.). More specifically, these studies are expected to cover a range of topics including:
  1. Democracy, good governance and stability (human rights, public administration reform, fight against corruption, border management, migration and asylum, functioning of the judiciary).
  2. Economic integration and convergence with EU policies.
  3. Environment, climate change and energy.
  4. Contacts between people (education, youth, culture, research, information society).