The European Humanities University Multi-Donor Trust Fund (hereafter – EHU Trust Fund) was established in February 2022 in the framework of the European Union funded project “EU4Belarus: Support to the European Humanities University” which is implemented by Central Project Management Agency of Lithuania (hereafter – CPMA).

The aim of the Trust Fund is to consolidate the donor support received by the EHU and to ensure efficient and centralized management of financial resources. EHU Trust Fund is being managed by the CPMA, which has a long experience in managing programs and projects funded by the European Union, international donors, and the Lithuanian State budget.

The successful operation of EHU has for some time now hardly been possible without donor support: the tuition fees collected by the University cover only a fraction of its costs, and in the context of today’s topical issues it is particularly important to support and promote the independent education of Belarusian students based on European values. Strengthening the governance of the University and the functioning of the Trust Fund also directly supports democratic processes.

EHU Trust Fund is currently supported by various stakeholders such as the European Commission, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency SIDA, the Nordic Council of Ministers, the Governments of the Netherlands, Iceland, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania.

Businesses and private donors are also invited to join EHU’s supporters by transferring their support through EHU Trust Fund.


EHU Trust Fund Manager
Mr. Aloyzas Vitkauskas

EHU studentų padėka mūsų rėmėjams

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