You can fully familiarize yourself with the map at here.
It marks inclusive cafes, supermarkets, educational institutions, parks, streets, intersections, public transport, residential buildings.
For example, there is an indication of the presence of a zero threshold, a ramp, a sidewalk, a lowered curb, a toilet for people with disabilities, a traffic light with a sound signal.
"In the future, the interactive map of inclusivity can become a platform where the most complete information about inclusive spaces in the country will be collected in one place," says project curator Anna Denysenko in comments The Village Ukraine.
Now more than 800 locations are mapped.