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Project “Ukraїner” was Presented in The National University of Ostroh Academy

May 17, 2018

“Ukraїner” is a media project that shares interesting stories about people, art and the most distant corners of Ukraine. The presentation of the project took place on May 15 at the Ostroh Academy. The volunteer co-coordinator and graduate of the NUOA Sofiia Anzheliuk presented the media program.

The purpose of the project is to attract attention to the unique and original places of the native land, to popularize domestic products, and what is more, to create modern travel guides to Ukraine in several languages based on the results of an expedition.

According to the project plan, the expedition will last for a year and a half and will cover all 14 historical lands of Ukraine from Slobozhanshchyna to Podilia, from Volyn to Tavria. The journey begins in the western part of the country, in particular throughout the summer the organizers will introduce to Ukrainians Zakarpattia.

The expedition to the regions of Ukraine is organized by a team of four people. The decoding of the material, its creation and translation are carried out by the volunteers. The initiator of the project is Bohdan Lohvynenko, who has visited over fifty countries of the world and worked as a music manager, critic and TV presenter.

“It's much easier to become a part of the “Ukraїner” team. Why do people want to do this? First of all, in order to open Ukraine for themselves, learn a little more about the country and help the world to open it”, explains Sofiia Anzheliuk.

Expedition of “Ukraїner” to Zaporizhia starts in a week. That's why now “Ukraїner” is looking for decoders and interpreters, translators (translation of the project will be done in six languages), journalists, sound technicians and editors. If you want to become a part of the project, please contact  Sofiia Anzheliuk by email:

“I do not remember when I have got wind of “Ukraїner” for the first time. It seemed that their materials were everywhere: on Instagram, Facebook. One day I decided to join them, and I applied for a volunteer job. Either somehow I did not get any respond, or I did not see the answer in spam, but it happened that I could not get involved. And today I have seen in the program of the Faculty of Humanities that the presentation of “Ukraїner” will take place. For me it is a very important and interesting opportunity, and I am going to cooperate with “Ukraїner”, shares her impressions a second-year student of journalism Anna Dikun.