Presentation of the Ukrainian Institute for International Politics’ project “Joint Response for Ukrainian Communities Recovery” was held today at the Ukrainian Crisis Media Centre We have presented the project o

📍 A presentation of the Ukrainian Institute for International Politics’ project “Joint Response for Ukrainian Communities Recovery” was held today at the Ukrainian Crisis Media Centre 

We have presented the project objectives, activities, communication methods and results together with:
🔹 Nadiia Afanasieva, the director of the Ukrainian Institute for International Politics;
🔹 Lidiya Yevtushenko, local government expert;
🔹 Mykhailo Omelchenko, project assistant at the Ukrainian Institute of International Policy;
🔹 Ihor Babiuk, expert on local self-government. 

Speakers from the communities participating in the project shared their expectations and plans for the future cooperation:
🔹 Mykola Baksheiev, Mayor of Pervomaisk in Kharkiv Region
🔹 Iryna Hrekova, First Deputy Head of the of the Solonyanska settlement territorial community (Dnipropetrovska oblast)
🔹 Andrii Kryshtopov, Deputy Mayor of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi in Odesa Region

▶️ The new project aims to promote the development of communities in the liberated regions of Ukraine by establishing an effective dialogue between local authorities, business and civil society and forming a common vision of sustainable recovery.  

📍 Its participants include 30 communities from Dnipro, Kirovohrad, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Kharkiv and Kherson regions.  

What are the project objectives?
🔹 Promote community development in the liberated regions of Ukraine by establishing an effective dialogue between local governments, businesses and civil society organisations and forming a common vision of sustainable recovery.  
🔹 Support participatory methods in planning and decision-making processes for the future of communities. 
🔹 Improving the processes and capacity of local self-government 

The project "Joint Response for Ukrainian Communities Recovery" is implemented by the NGO Ukrainian Institute for International Politics with the support of USAID.

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