More than 1800 Mariupol residents have found jobs thanks to “I’Mariupol” centers.

This was made possible by the project of Mayor Vadym Boichenko and our international partners USAID and GIZ.

“We are doing everything we can to ensure that Mariupol residents are not affected by unemployment. Thanks to “I’Mariupol” network of recruiters, thousands of Mariupol residents found new jobs. Due to the project, we formed a database with more vacancies than job seekers are. We have more than 3,758 available vacancies and are currently working on 1,402 requests from Mariupol residents for employment,” Vadym Boichenko said.

Anastasiia Hubarieva recently visited our centre in Ivano-Frankivsk. The girl is only 18 years old, but she is ready to work and help her family.

In Mariupol, Anastasiia worked as an animator and waitress. She is not afraid of work and she has started from scratch many times before. Recruiters found a number of vacancies for her.

And here is – the job is found! Now Anastasiia works in a website promotion office. She is satisfied with her job: “I am very grateful to “I am Mariupol” center and its team for their support.”