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Development, humanitarian, peace and stabilization and financial assistance - Russian invasion of Ukraine

As of June 28, 2022, Canada has committed $320 million in humanitarian assistance to respond to the needs of people affected by the situation. With this contribution, our partners will provide emergency health services, protection, support to displaced populations and essential life-saving services such as shelter, water and sanitation, and food.

Canada has offered up to $620 million in bilateral loans to enhance Ukraine’s economic resilience in the midst of Russian aggression, of which $500 million has already been provided. To support Ukraine’s economic resilience, Canada also offered up to $1.4 billion in additional loan resources to the Ukrainian government through a new Administered Account for Ukraine at the International Monetary Fund (IMF); $1 billion has been disbursed. Financing provided through this account will help the Ukrainian government meet its urgent balance of payments needs, and support macro-economic stability in Ukraine.

Canada has committed an additional $96 million in development assistance funding to Ukraine to address emerging priorities, including:

In addition to pivoting ongoing programming supported through the Peace and Stabilization Operations Program (PSOPs) to better respond to urgent priorities and specific needs of Ukrainian security sector institutions since the invasion on February 24, Canada has also committed over $39.7 million in new security and stabilization programming in Ukraine. This programming focuses on advancing a number of priorities, including enhancing the resilience of Ukrainian media and civil society organizations, supporting mine action, and clearance efforts, countering disinformation, as well as advancing accountability for human rights violations, with particular emphasis on cases of sexual and gender-based violence.

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