"Culture of Good Neighborhood" is a Ukrainian product

“Culture of Good Neighborhood” is a Ukrainian product and currently the only cross-cutting course in the formal education system of Ukraine that has been authorized and partially developed by the UMC from preschoolers, all levels of school education, to universities and adult education (teachers, parents).

20+ years of experience

work in the formal education system of Ukraine

The stamp of the MES was received

to implement an integrated course

Teacher certification

at advanced training courses

250+ trainers certified

for successful course delivery

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To check certificates issued before 2023, please follow the link: Certificates

The process of obtaining

To receive a certificate, you must fulfill all the training requirements depending on the chosen course. After fulfilling the requirements, the certificate will be generated in the participant’s personal account on the platform. If necessary, you can download it to your computer.

What is the benefit of the certificate

Certificates issued in the course of training at refresher courses can be used to submit a personal refresher training report. Such certificates meet all the requirements of advanced training. They also contain end-to-end coding and will be posted on the platform for verification


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The website was created as part of the project “Pilot Teaching of the Culture of Good Neighborhood Subject at the New Ukrainian School and Ensuring its Sustainability” by the NGO “IDC “Integration and Development” with the support of the USAID/ENGAGE activity, which is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Pact in Ukraine. All materials on this site are the sole responsibility of Pact and its partners and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.