Welcome to CareConnectWithUkraine, where we are dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of Ukrainians affected by the war. Our mission is clear: to provide support and assistance to those who have fled the conflict, specifically targeting individuals aged 16 to 64.
We are actively working towards building bridges between companies and Ukrainian individuals. Our focus is to offer guidance on labor market opportunities, education, and integration activities.
Ukrainian refugees engaged with.
To whom we have provided support for their integration into the Swedish labor market.
Partners in the program
We proudly collaborate wit across various industries, including private sectors, universities, public sectors, and individuals. This diverse network is dedicated to creating opportunities.
Leveraging our Support Programs focused on professional growth, skill development and mentorship, Networking Channels enhancing opportunities and Community Building, catalysing professional advancement and building a community among our participants.
CareConnectWithUkraine is not just a project; it's a collaborative effort to make a lasting impact on the lives of those affected by conflict. By offering support and guidance, we aim to empower Ukrainians with the tools they need to rebuild and thrive.
Join us in creating a brighter future for Ukrainians – where doors are opened, opportunities are abundant, and connections are forged that transcend borders. Together, we can make a difference.
1) ConnectWithUkraine: April - June 2022, was funded by the Västra Götaland Region and Lindholmen Science Park.
2) CareConnectWithUkraine: July 2022 - February 2023, was funded by the Swedish ESF Council with project management and communication by Lindholmen Science Park. Partner: International House Gothenburg.
3) CareConnectWithUkraine 2.0: March 2023 - September 2023, was funded by the Swedish ESF Council with project management and communication by Lindholmen Science Park. Partner: International House Gothenburg.
4) Empower UA: October 2023 - March 2024, financed by the Swedish ESF Council and run by Hug (Help Ukraine Gothenburg) in collaboration with the Svenska Kyrkan and International House Gothenburg.