Dutch aid for Ukraine: from day to day

The Netherlands supports Ukraine in a variety of ways: with money for humanitarian aid, reconstruction, aid to victims of war, and with medicine and relief goods. The Netherlands also supports the investigation of violations of human rights and international humanitarian law. This page presents an outline of the most important contributions that have been pledged.

Military support: timeline of what the Dutch Ministry of Defence is doing to support Ukraine (in Dutch)

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Dutch aid for Ukraine in 2022

Overview of Dutch aid for Ukraine in 2022
Humanitarian aid Around € 60 million, including a contribution to the UN’s Ukraine Humanitarian Fund, €10 million for demining and € 2 million for combating sexual and gender-related violence.
Support via the EU A guarantee of around € 200 million to the EU budget for the Macro-financial Assistance+ (MFA+) package for the Ukrainian government.
Support via international financial institutions
  • Loan of € 200 million via the International Monetary Fund.
  • Guarantee of € 100 million via the World Bank.
  • € 27.5 million via the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Winterisation aid
  • € 90 million via the World Bank’s Ukraine Relief, Recovery, Reconstruction and Reform Trust Fund (URTF).
  • € 72 million via the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (for the Ukrainian energy distributor Ukrenergo).
  • €18 million for the delivery of parts for the electricity grid, via the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy.
Business sector
  • € 65 million for the Dutch and Ukrainian business sectors, including € 50 million for infrastructure repairs (via DRIVE and the Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF)) and € 15 million to support small and medium-sized enterprises in Ukraine via the Dutch entrepreneurial development bank FMO.
Reconstruction aid for Ukraine
  • € 1 million via the Association of Netherlands Municipalities for reconstruction plans for Kherson, Odesa, Mykolaiv.
  • € 250,000 for small-scale projects via the Dutch embassy in Ukraine.

€ 150 million from official development assistance budget for the reception of refugees in the Netherlands.

Culture € 500,000 for repairs to damaged cultural heritage.
Support for food price stability and the grain deal
  • Around € 2 million to support the grain deal.
  • €4 million to the World Food Programme for the Grain from Ukraine initiative.
Human rights and combating impunity
  • € 2 million via the UN’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).
  • € 3.6 million via the Human Rights Fund.
  • € 2 million via the MATRA programme aimed at reforms to strengthen the rule of law.
  • € 1.8 million for the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine.
Military support € 1 billion: material support, trilateral support, commercial deliveries, contribution to the International Fund for Ukraine, support for the NATO Trust Funds.

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