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Business Development Grants Offered to Veterans: Details

Ukrainian Government launched grant programs for veterans. Grant funds can be directed to the development of one's own business.


This is reported on the official website of the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine. Acceptance of grant applications started on April 10, 2023.


What the state offers


The eRobota project now offers veterans the opportunity to expand or develop their own business. This decision was adopted by the Cabinet of Ministers on March 30.


Program participants can receive the following grants:

  • 250,000 hryvnias – for a participant in hostilities and/or a person with a disability as a result of the war, provided that one workplace is created;

  • 500,000 hryvnias – for a family member of a combatant and/or a person with a disability as a result of the war, provided that two jobs are created;

  • 1 million hryvnias – for a participant in hostilities and/or a person with a disability as a result of the war, who have been registered as an FOP for at least 3 years. The condition is the creation of at least four jobs, at least 2 of which will be occupied by veterans or persons with disabilities as a result of the war.

More about grants / Image of the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine

Importantly! Grants in the amount of 500,000 and one million hryvnias will be provided under the condition of co-financing in the ratio of 70/30. That is, the veteran must invest 30% of his funds in the case, and the state will provide 70%.

How to get a grant


Applications for grants can be submitted from April 10 through the Diya portal. Pay attention! It is through the portal, not the mobile application.


What can you spend money on?


Grant funds can be spent on:

  • purchase of equipment, raw materials, materials;

  • rental of premises and vehicles;

  • purchase of licensed software;

  • payment for marketing and advertising services.

Also, grant recipients have the opportunity to undergo free training on entrepreneurship, receive consultations at regional employment centers.
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