Success story of Lisohrynivetska AH on how local fire brigade can earn money on its own

The local fire brigade of the Lisohrynivetska rural AH in the Khmelnytskyi Oblast was the first to officially receive the status of an emergency rescue service in Ukraine. From now on the hromada can enter into paid contracts for emergency rescue service delivery, as well as contracts for servicing facilities, located on the hromada territory. It still does not make the firefighting team self-sustained, but allows covering part of the team maintenance costs.

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Хмельницька область

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Лісовогринівецька територіальна громада

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