Radomyshl to develop economy and infrastructure through hromada activation

Investor involvement, tourism development, and creation of youth environments – all these processes are impossible without an active and creative hromada. Such a decision was reached by the participants of the working group on elaboration of the development strategy of the Radomyshlska AH by 2027, when discussing the strategic goals of hromada development.

“The hromada has a powerful potential that is used partially. And today we have to find those solutions that will help us to activate people to create business, form a tourist infrastructure, to improve the infrastructure of the AH,” convinces Ihor Chudovskyi, head of the economic development department of the Radomyshlska AH.

In February this year, the working group on elaboration of hromada development strategy has been set up, and today the team has formed the vision, strategic, operational objectives and terms of references of this programme document. The process of strategy preparation is supported by Heorhiy Fedoruk, regional development adviser of the Zhytomyr Local Government Development Centre, established by the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and MinRegion.

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