1) The project ” Institutional Development of the Center of Social and Humanitarian Aspects of Regional Research Sumy State University “ is aimed at developing the organizational capacity of CSGARD as a structural unit of SSU; improving the quality of analytical materials and / or enhancing the effectiveness of external communication.
Supported by: The International Renaissance FoundationGutentor Simple Text

2) Research for accessibility and quality of offline and online services of CNAPs (Sumy and Chernivtsi territorial communities)
The aim of the research – assessment of the accessibility and quality of offline and online services of CNAPs and development of recommendations for local self-government (Sumy and Chernivtsi territorial communities).
Objectives of the study:
– assess the level of needs for (offline and online) administrative services (state registration of services, pension fund services and administrative services of a social nature) in access points (TP, VRM, mobile CNAP) in Sumy and Chernivtsi territorial communities;
– identify barriers to availability and quality assessment (offline and online) of administrative services in CNAPs in access points (TP, VRM, mobile CNAP) in Sumy and Chernivtsi territorial communities
– to develop recommendations for local self-government bodies to improve the accessibility and quality of providing (offline and online) administrative services in CNAPs at access points (TP, VRM, mobile CNAP).
Partners: Sumy City Council; Chernivtsi City Council; Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University
Supported by: The International Renaissance Foundation

3) Project “Development of a roadmap for the prevention of oncological gynecological diseases in the Sumy region”
The aim of the research – development of a roadmap for the prevention of oncogynecological diseases in the Sumy region.
The research envisages the application of both quantitative and qualitative strategies, in particular:
– desk research to determine the incidence of oncological gynecology in Sumy region,
– sociological research to identify legal, institutional, economic, informational and socio-cultural barriers to the use of urban and rural women services for the prevention and early detection of gynecological diseases on the basis of primary care.
– “Gender analysis plus” of local programs in the field of gynecological oncoprophylaxis of diseases at the level of territorial communities.
Supported by: The International Renaissance Foundation