In March, we announced an open call within a project “Leave no one behind: public participation for hromadas` recovery planning”.
We received over 70 applications, which were evaluated by a selection committee of experts in participation. Finally, we are ready to announce 10 winning hromadas! The following hromadas will take part in the project:
- Kosivs’ka hromada (Ivano-Frankivska oblast);
- Dunaievets’ka hromada (Khmelnytska oblast);
- Karlivs’ka hromada (Poltavska oblast);
- Shabivs’ka hromada (Odeska oblast);
- Serhiivs’ka hromada (Poltavska oblast);
- Romens’ka hromada (Sumska oblast);
- Bilotserkivs’ka hromada (Kyivska oblast);
- Bilokurakyns’ka hromada (Luhanska oblast);
- Valkivs’ka hromada (Kharkivska oblast);
- Poromivs’ka hromada (Volynska oblast).
We thank everyone for their participation and hope to be able to help more hromadas in the future.
What will hromadas gain by participating in the program?
- an assessment of the hromada’s needs in the involvement of residents in the implementation of a specific project (program, strategy);
- identification of key challenges and limitations related to the participatory processes;
- development of a participatory plan for the development and implementation of a project (program, strategy);
- one participatory event;
- brief recommendations on establishing the process of participation and involvement of residents.
The project “Leaving no one behind: public participation for hromada recovery planning” is supported by the European Union and its member states: Germany, Sweden, Poland, Denmark, Estonia and Slovenia through the “U-LEAD with Europe” Program.
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