Eighty Ukrainian schoolgirls created social impact mobile apps to compete for a trip to San FranciscoJune 04, 2019
On June 1, the PeremohaSpace coworking hosted 21 teams of girls aged 10-18, coming from 21 Ukrainian cities to pitch their projects at the Regional Technovation Challenge 2019, a global IT education program for teenage girls.
Apriorit partners with Technovation ChallengeMay 20, 2019
Apriorit, an international IT company with 17 years of expertise in developing and researching cyber security and system management software solutions, partnered up the Technovation Challenge contest. The contest has been held in Ukraine since 2016 with the support of the Western NIS Enterprise Fund in cooperation with the Peace Corps in Ukraine.
“New School Nutrition” Project Launched in UkraineFebruary 06, 2019
On February 6, 2019, the Educational Complex № 141 “ORT” (5, I. Shamo Boulevard, Kyiv) hosted a press conference showcasing the interim results of the “New School Nutrition” project. The project team, accompanied by representatives of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the Western NIS Enterprise Fund (WNISEF), presented a new “Cookbook with recipes for school-age children nutrition in organized educational and recreational facilities,” developed by a food expert Evgeniy Klopotenko.
Ukraine kicks off the third Teсhnovation Challenge 2019 – IT-entrepreneurship contest for schoolgirlsDecember 03, 2018
– A presentation of the third IT-entrepreneurship contest for schoolgirls Teсhnovation Challenge 2019 along with the discussion of IT-opportunities was held at the Grammarly office in Kyiv. Since Ukraine has introduced the program back in 2017, it yielded 45 girl teams developing mobile apps with significant social impact.
Third Annual International Mayors Summit Held in KyivOctober 09, 2018
More than 150 mayors and their deputies from throughout Ukraine along with their foreign colleagues from 10 countries are brought together in Kyiv at the International Mayors Summit. Local development experts and innovative business representatives attend the event along with the city authorities. For the third year in a row, the International Mayors Summit that […]
What Idea Can Change Your City?September 13, 2018
For the first time in Ukraine, a campaign called “What Idea Can Change Your City?” is being launched by the Western NIS Enterprise Fund and the BigBoard Company as part of the International Mayors Summit.
For the first time, Ukrainian mayors and top businesses will generate urban solutions at the International Mayors SummitSeptember 05, 2018
The Western NIS Enterprise Fund (WNISEF), supported by the Office of the Prime Minister of Ukraine, is organizing an international event on October 9, 2018, where Ukrainian mayors and their foreign colleagues will share best urban development practices
Schoolgirls from Throughout Ukraine Presented Problem-Solving IT Projects in KharkivJuly 09, 2018
Twenty-five schoolgirls from throughout Ukraine presented innovative IT projects aimed at solving various community problems in Kharkiv this weekend. The projects were presented at the Technovation Summer Camp 2018, organized by the Western NIS Enterprise Fund in partnership with Peace Corps Ukraine as part of the Technovation Ukraine project.
Schoolgirls create 29 mobile apps to change UkraineMay 14, 2018
On May 12, 2018 the Sikorsky Challenge startup school of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute hosted Regional Pitch Event of the Technovation Challenge, an international IT education program for schoolgirls. Twenty-nine teams of girls aged 10-18 years from 37 cities of Ukraine presented their products – 29 mobile applications, aimed to change Ukraine.
‘’Million Worth Community’’: Western NIS Enterprise Fund grants UAH 1 million to the Pechenizhyn CommunityMarch 14, 2018
“1 + 1” sets up the finale of the first Ukrainian business-social reality TV show “Million Worth Community”. At the show, 5 united territorial communities (UTC) contended for UAH 1 million grant from the Western NIS Enterprise Fund (WNISEF) by developing projects to improve life in the regions. Consequently, the Pechenizhyn UTC came out on top, having developed a raspberry shock-freezing project.