1+1 TV channel announced casting for the second season of “Million-Hryvnia Hromada” project

1+1 TV Channel, together with the USAID DOBRE Programme, supporting decentralisation in Ukraine, started working on the second season of the “Million-Hryvnia Hromada” project and announced the nationwide casting among the hromadas.

According to Alla Stashchenko, head of the genre direction of image projects of 1+1 Production and creative producer of the project, the programme's format will be changed this season. This time the reality show participants will be individual Ukrainians or citizens of other countries, who are trying to change the life of their village or town by their ideas. The second season of the project will be called "Million-Hryvnia Hromada. Specialists”.

Today everyone willing to participate in the project and initiate changes in his/her own hromada can fill in the application on the website at the link https://casting.o-kolo.com.ua/

The project is being produced by “1+1 Production” with the support of the US Agency for International Development “Decentralisation Offering Better Results and Efficiency” (DOBRE) Programme at the initiative and at the request of the Ukrainian Crisis Media Centre, partner of the DOBRE Programme.

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1+1 TV channel announced casting for the second season of “Million-Hryvnia Hromada” project


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