Today, on February 2, Head of Luhansk Regional State Administration – Head of Luhansk Regional Civil-Military Administration took part in a joint meeting of a UNDP Programme Council on recovery and peace building of a joint programme of UNDP and UN Women. Participants of the meeting also were donors from Japan, England, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland and Poland.
The importance of this event was in discussing of 2016 work results and enactingof plans for 2017. Eight of presented projects were combined into three thematic components.
The first component concerned the economic recovery and critically important infrastructure objects. Ten important objects were recovered last year: three bridges, five water systems, a post office and production company. Besides, within the frames of projects realization 250 temporary working places were created. Recovery of more than ten socially significant objects in education and medicine area are in plans for 2017.
The second component concerned decentralization process and local government development. The task was to support regional socio-economic strategies, local communities establishing and accelerating of reform process.
The last component covered public security and social cohesion. In particular, these are trainings for police, creation of secondary legal support office, support for educational East-West visits and other.
«I consider you our partners, not donors», – said Yurii Harbuz – «because you are always there and ready to help. We will build peace together».