These 13 documents posted on and deleted from the American Embassy in Kyiv website (archived PDFs at https://greatgameindia.com/us-removes-evidence-ukraine-bioweapons-labs/ ) describe the construction of 11 biolabs (which always seem to be attached to larger institutions) for public health and veterinary research in pathogens. All are funded by the US Department of Defense. In addition, two tracking/surveillance systems are described in separate documents. There is no information on funding sources for the surveillance systems.
Although all laboratories and surveillance systems deal with pathogens, there is little information on what exactly they are dealing with. The only specific pathogen mentioned is indirect: (1) EIDSS site at the Ukrainian Research Anti-Plague Institute in Odessa apparently deals with the plague. (2) The PACS surveillance system was first installed in Ukraine in test mode in 11/2009 at the Interim Central Reference Laboratory of the Especially Dangerous Pathogens (ICRL), located at the Ukrainian Research Anti-Plague Institute in Odessa (URAPI).
The laboratories (and the date the project was built) are in Dnipropetrovsk (two in 2017), Kharkiv (2017), Kherson (2017), Kyiv (2017), Lviv (two in 2017), Ternopil (2017), Zakarpartska (2017), and Lugansk (2021), Vinnytsia (2021). All are intended to work with pathogens. This appears to represent only two (most recent?) funding cycles.
The two surveillance systems are:
(1) the EIDSS – Electronic Integrated Disease Surveillance System (document dated 2016) to “strengthen monitoring and prevention of human and animal diseases”. It has seven sites (misnumbered 1-6): (1) Central Sanitary-Epidemiology Station in Kyiv (CSES); (2) Ukrainian Research Anti-Plague Institute in Odessa (URAPI); (3) Vinnitsa Oblast Sanitary-Epidemiological Station; (4) Vinnitsa City Sanitary- Epidemiological Station; (5) Kalynivska Rayon Sanitary- Epidemiological Station in Vinnitsa Oblast  Zhitomir Oblast Sanitary- Epidemiological Station; (6) Khmelnitska Oblast Sanitary- Epidemiological Station as regional sites.
(2) The Pathogen Asset Control System (PACS) of the Ministry of Health is a bar code based system for accounting, management and control of biological agents. PACS was first installed in Ukraine in test mode in 11/2009 at the Interim Central Reference Laboratory of the Especially Dangerous Pathogens (ICRL), located at the Ukrainian Research Anti-Plague Institute in Odessa (URAPI) (when Ukraine was pro-Russian). At least for a while, PACS was supported by a multilayer technical support team including a Help Desk hot line and support specialists based in Kyiv and Moscow Up until that connection to Moscow was cut, Russian intelligence would have had complete knowledge of what was going on in the system.