Assessment of the financial capacity of 366 amalgamated hromadas, which last year had direct interbudgetary relations with the state budget, is precisely directed at identification of the weaknesses and development of necessary management solutions to eliminate them, said Yanina Kazyuk, financial decentralisation coordinator of the Central Reform Office under Minregion.
Last week decentralisation.gov.ua shared the Assessment of the financial capacity of 366 AHs in 2017.
According to Yanina Kazyuk, experts of the Financial Monitoring Group of the Central Reform Office under MinRegion (with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and the SKL International project) will analyse hromadas of each oblast separately over a short time, for the convenience of using this information.
“Given the large volume of information, we decided to provide such an analysis on hromadas of each oblast. After all, the analysis is carried out not for the purpose of analysis, but in order for each hromada to take a detached view of itself, make the necessary conclusions and work on correcting the situation where it is necessary. We will publish such an analysis on the decentralisation.gov.ua,” the expert explained.
This time we publish an analysis of the financial capacity of hromadas of the Chernihiv Oblast.
Experts noted the growth of own revenues per capita of AHs of this region. This indicator in 16 AHs of the oblast increased by UAH 1863.2 and amounted to UAH 3286.2 (including: in 11 AHs, formed in 2016, this indicator increased by 3.2 times and amounted to UAH 3029.3, and in 5 AHs, formed in 2015 – it increased by 21.7% and is UAH 4551.7).
Details of assessment of financial capacity of 16 AHs of the Chernihiv Oblast are available HERE
Materials are elaborated and prepared on the basis of the data of the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine, State Treasury Service of Ukraine, State Statistical Service of Ukraine, and oblast state administrations, by the Financial Monitoring Group experts of the Central Reform Office under MinRegion (with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and the SKL International project):
The full version is available in Ukrainian – please click HERE
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