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The EBA Committee was established in early 2006 to serve our members who realize the need to consider the good of the wider communities within which they exist. The Committee members share their experience and best practice in implementing various social initiatives. They also discuss obstacles to CSR in Ukraine and endeavor to overcome them together.

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Committee priorities

promote CSR among EBA members and the wider business community in Ukraine;
educate companies on effective ways to promote their CSR efforts;
assist EBA members in finding reliable partners for their CSR initiatives.
share experience and best practice in implementing social initiatives;
identify and overcome regulatory and other obstacles to CSR in Ukraine;
The National Children Specialized Hospital “OHMATDET”

In May 2024, the ESG Hub established a working group dedicated to veteran practices and policies. This initiative is part of the ESG Hub’s ongoing activities.

Working Group Composition
The working group comprises experienced EBA members with expertise and a proven track record in veteran practices.

Working Group Purpose
The primary function of the working group is to:
• Foster exchange of experience among members.
• Provide consultation on legislative changes and develop legislative initiatives.
• Collaborate with relevant Ministries, the Employment Service, veteran communities and local governments, charities and NGOs offering veteran services, and educational institutions.

Key Areas of Focus
The working group will address a range of critical issues impacting veterans, including:
• Reintegration of demobilized personnel into the workplace.
• Legal support needs of veterans.
• Psychological support needs of veterans.
• Development of programs and initiatives to aid veterans in the workplace, advanced training, and professional development.
• Analysis of veteran practices and policies employed by other countries.
• Development of comprehensive approaches to legislative initiatives.
• Streamlining of procedures for obtaining prosthetics.
• Support for families of deployed or fallen service personnel.
• Labor protection and veteran entrepreneurship initiatives.

The chairman of the working group on veteran practices is Volodymyr Zabela, Head of Regional Development, MHP.

The lead of the working group from the European Business Association is Tetiana Karelska, Head of HR&ESG.

We all live in society. Business is also a part of society. Making efforts for improving and changing it for the better is pointless without taking care of children. In order to help young people in need it was decided to start direct cooperation with OKHMATDET – the National Children’s Specialised Hospital. This institution is deserving of our support for many reasons.

The Hospital’s principal specialisations are surgery and rehabilitation. Our cooperation will improve not only medical facilities but also the surrounding areas. Bathrooms, beds, furniture, walls and many other elements are very important if a hospital becomes your home for some weeks, months or years.

Doctors, little patients and their parents will appreciate if your company will offer help. Please note that we are not seeking any money transfers, only products or materials meeting the needs of the Hospital which are easy and affordable for you to provide. If you would like to support personally – we would be most grateful. The future is in our hands.

If you would like to join please contact the EBA office via email
[email protected]

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