15/03 11:51

We have provided sufficient resources to regions and demand to invest more in modernisation of housing and communal services sector, - Volodymyr Groysman

15/03 10:00

First issue of “Radnyk Starosty” newspaper for 2019 (including online version) already available


14/03 14:23

Prime Minister: New stage of decentralisation is enshrinement of its achievements and irreversibility in Constitution

14/03 12:22

ANNOUNCEMENT! Fifth Forum of Partnership in Energy Efficiency for Hromadas on 12 April in Kyiv

14/03 12:13

Decentralisation consolidated country, - Volodymyr Groysman in Kharkiv

14/03 09:45

Education subsidy for private schools: experts list benefits and deficits

13/03 16:10

Alternative to deposits: how hromadas can effectively use temporarily surplus funds from local budgets

13/03 14:49

78 hromadas waiting for their first elections, and 96 rayons have no AHs: MinRegion published updated monitoring of decentralisation

13/03 14:14

The transformation going on in Ukraine is amazing! - Swedish experience in decentralisation

13/03 13:47

People changing world around them to be a theme of “Spilno” programme

Тернопільська область

13/03 13:08

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Bringing public services closer to citizens: chatbots to inform citizens about status of requested biometrical documents

13/03 09:43

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Water supply and sewage water disposal – summary of the DESPRO study trip to Poland


12/03 11:08

Results of decentralisation are our answer to critics, - President in Zhytomyr Oblast

11/03 15:12

How Polish experience can be useful to Ukrainian amalgamated hromadas

11/03 14:14

Association of Amalgamated Hromadas addresses Central Election Commission pushing for elections in AHs where martial law was in place

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Choose a region or a united territorial community

Every village or city resident has the right to modern healthcare and education, accessible and high-quality administrative, communal, social services, good roads, clean and illuminated streets. Though people can influence the quality of these services only when those responsible for providing them are located nearby. Local self-government bodies, i.e. village, town, city councils and their executive committees, are the closest authorities to people. Therefore, they should have broad powers and sufficient funds to be able to resolve all local issues and bear responsibility for it.

For this purpose, decentralisation takes place in Ukraine – the powers and funds are being transferred from the state authorities to local self-government bodies, thus, as close to people as possible.

The reform has been implemented since 2014 and has already achieved some results you can get acquainted with HERE

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