Financing of sports and health activities at macro and meso levels

Inna Irtyshcheva, Volodymyr Krylenko, Serhii Romanenko


Introduction. Russia's war against Ukraine has affected the economic and political life of recent times, which is well considered in the financial sphere of sports and security services. This influence affects all elements of the socio-economic mechanism of the industry: types and kinds of subjects of sports and health activities, sources of funding, economic conditions, features of public policy in this area and more. Increased spending on economic activity, security, the judiciary and defense has led to a significant reduction in spending on spiritual and physical development.

The purpose of the article is to analyze the financing of sports and health activities in the macro and meso levels.

Method (methodology). The study uses general scientific methods, in particular: comparison - to compare the averages of the best government spending in Ukraine and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; statistical analysis - analysis of the financing of sports and health activities in Ukraine.

Results. The analysis of the results of the comparison of the average indicators of the best public expenditures in Ukraine and the countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development shows significant deviations in the field of health care. analyzed that Ukraine has significantly less money (almost 5% less as a percentage of the State budget) for health care than the country of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

The analysis showed that in 2021, in connection with the year 2020, the largest expenditures of the State Budget for the preparation and participation of national teams in the Paralympic and Deaflympic Games (+ 4546.5%), the costs of preparation and participation of national teams in international competitions games, games, etc.) increased by 542.4%, expenditures on the development of sports among people with disabilities, their physical rehabilitation increased by 169.9%, state support of the sports association "Dynamo" increased by 147.6% . It is emphasized that the expressed tendencies of increasing the amount of budget funding for the development of sports and physical culture in Ukraine will allow to achieve the previously set ambitious goals for the Olympic Games in 2030-2032 in Ukraine.


financing; budget; expenses; sports and health-improving activity; macro- and meso-levels

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