The headquarters of the U.S. Agency for international development in Washington© AP Photo / J. David Ake
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The United States Agency for international development (USAID) announced the program, which aims to “tighten” civic consciousness of the population of the South-East of Ukraine. “The teachers of Donbass” is going to achieve the desired result over five years, spending $ 60 million out of the pockets of American taxpayers.
Abandoned and forgotten
“The residents of Donbas and neighboring regions are convinced that their left on the curb, treat them as outcasts and blame for what they consider themselves Russian. They are sceptical about the reform process and much less support the policy of the national government than the rest of the population of Ukraine”, — said in a 140-page document, posted on the official procurement website of the United States. USAID is looking for partners willing to take on correcting the “bad” region of the country. The term of the alleged contracts to five years. The total cost — from 57 to 60 million dollars.