In Odessa region it is planned to implement seven micro-projects for socio-economic development of communities

24 January 2019, 17:00
In Odessa region it is planned to implement seven micro-projects for socio-economic development of communities

During 2019 in Odessa region it is planned to implement seven infrastructure and agricultural micro-projects, which are aimed at the socio-economic development of the communities of the region. The implementation will take place within the framework of the project "Sustainable development of rural areas of Chernivtsi and Odesa regions". This was reported in the department of investments, international and interregional cooperation of the RSA.

"This project is intended to improve the lives of community members. It is funded by the Austrian Development Agency and implemented by the United Nations Development Program in Ukraine. I would like to note that over the past two years, nine such micro-projects have been implemented on the territory of our region. It encourages communities to implement their own initiatives in cooperation with rayon and oblast authorities, "said Yevhen Volynets, Director of the Department of Investments, International and Interregional Cooperation of the Odessa Regional State Administration.

It should be noted that the projects are planned to be implemented in Ivanovo, Bolgrad, Liman and Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky districts. Thus, six micro-projects will be implemented in the field of energy saving and energy efficiency based on social institutions. For example, in the village of Banivka, Bolgrad district, it is planned to install a modular boiler house in one of the schools. Another microproject will be implemented in the field of agriculture - it is planned to acquire new equipment for one of the cooperatives of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi district.

Recall that in February 2017, a Memorandum of Understanding between the Odesa Regional State Administration and the United Nations Development Program was signed to implement the new project "Sustainable Development of Rural Territories of Chernivtsi and Odesa Oblasts".