A one-off donation means the project “Front-line Inspection” is fully funded within hours of its launch. This should come as little surprise when you consider the relevance of this project. Its main objective is to ensure the observance of human rights when crossing through checkpoints near the front-line, to simplify the process for citizens of Ukraine, and to combat corruption. This comes after rife allegations of breaches of human rights, extremely long and frustrating waits, and extortion
Understanding the need to stamp-out this, The Peoples Project, managed to quickly find and secure a sponsor who agreed to fully fund this joint-project with the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and the Donetsk Regional Military-Civilian Administration NGO, Foundation 101.
Every day hundreds of people cross the conditional border between Ukraine and the occupied territories. People find it difficult enough to leave their homes unattended, leave loved ones who for whatever reason can not leave, and deal with the acute shortages of food and essential goods in the Donbas region without problems entering and exiting the area.
The People’s Project thanks the sponsor for his huge contribution toward the development of transparent and fair systems in Ukraine amid extremely trying circumstances.