E-Passport service and the Solar Hromada project have been launched at Dzvyniatska AH

At Dzvyniatska amalgamated hromada of the Ivano-Frankivsk region the e-passport and ID card service has been launched and the Solar Hromada renewable energy project has been presented, sponsored by USAID DOBRE Programme.

Now eight thousand Dzvyniatska AH inhabitants and thirty thousand dwellers of the neighbouring settlements can use the passport service and within the Solar Hromada project solar cell batteries are planned to be installed on the public institution roofs.  


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Область:

Івано-Франківська область

Громади:

Дзвиняцька територіальна громада

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Український кризовий медіа-центр

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