15/11 17:11

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60 000 Kozyatyn city and rayon residents got access to 330 services in joint ASC

Вінницька область

15/11 15:11

Working on Perspective Plans: MinRegion sent methodological recommendations for assessing hromadas’ capacity to oblasts

15/11 14:39

What are AH capability criteria? How and when will the reform be completed? What should hromadas ger ready for? Thematic roundtable to be held in Lviv

Львівська область

15/11 11:50

By the end of the year, oblasts will complete 435 projects at the expense of SFRD funds. Unused funds will return to state budget

14/11 16:21

Announcement! Third conference “Strategic Development and Investments” to be held on 20-21 November in Kyiv

Програма DOBRE

14/11 14:50

Excise tax on fuel in 2020 will not be collected from hromadas: Verkhovna Rada adopts amendments to the Budget Code

14/11 13:07

Engaging residents in hromada development: Professional communication tips (video)

14/11 11:58

Opportunities for culture development in hromadas: 2020 competition programmes

14/11 11:12

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Joint hromada-rayon ASC opened in Trostyanetska AH in Sumy Oblast

Сумська область

14/11 10:00

Ico video

Taking into account the interests of local self-government has no additional burden on the state budget – AUC

14/11 06:38

Budget Committee meeting stretched on late at night, and hromadas won once again

13/11 16:01

Grant competition for AHs in the field of culture

13/11 15:35

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“Strategic Healthcare Planning in Amalgamated Hromadas” Guideline

13/11 13:55

Professional training system for local self-government: state, challenges and prospects

13/11 10:10

First open address register appeared in Ukraine: free of charge for the authorities, hromadas and business

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