The Ukrainian Women's League , also known as the Zhinocha Liha , is part of the Ukrainian professional football clubs competition among females. Currently it is the only nationwide club level of competition in the country. At the end of the s the second level was disbanded due to lack of interest. The league was created in with dissolution of the Soviet Union and discontinuation of the Soviet women's football championship that existed only for two seasons and The first Ukrainian championship consisted of 18 teams that were split into two divisions, the Higher League 10 teams and the First League 8 teams. The first Ukrainian championship presented a new Donetsk team as Tekstylnyk Donetsk that started from the First League and eventually would become one of the most successful clubs in the league.
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UKRAINIAN MUSLIM WOMEN ASSOCIATION (UMWA)
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It is a self-sustaining, non-political, non-profit, charitable organization, which at all levels and through each individual member shall be in all its activities an expression of commitment to Christian life. To develop and enrich the religious and spiritual life of each member in the context of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, its liturgy, theology, spirituality and its practices and traditions. To preserve, promote and develop the Ukrainian heritage, language, culture, traditions and arts. To participate in service to persons and society, in works of mercy for the poor and the sick, in works of charity and mutual aid intended to address human needs of every kind, as well as in assistance to groups and communities.