The Ministry of Regional Development, Together with Canadian Partners, Establishes the Project Office for Sectoral Decentralisation

A competition to fill the vacancy of coordinator and managers of the Project Office for Sectoral Decentralisation was held in August 2016.

The Project Office for Sectoral Decentralisation is an independent non-governmental organisation established at the Ministry of Regional Development, with the assistance of the Expert Deployment for Governance and Economic Growth (EDGE) Project carried out by Agriteam Consulting Ltd.

The activities of the Project Office are aimed at the arrangement for and support to the process of formation of sectoral policy on decentralisation in the relevant ministries and agencies.

The results of the competition will be known in September.

"Efficient managers putting the needs of people first and ready to fight the system and achieve the result will work in the Office", Vice-Prime Minister - Minister of Regional Development, Construction, and Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Hennadii Zubko

Source:

Decentralization.gov.ua

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