The UNDP project planned till 2022 and aims to contribute to the effective governance and social cohesion in the region.
The governments of Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland announced the start of the project “Effective governance and involvement of citizens to improve access to justice, security, environmental protection and social cohesion in the East of Ukraine”, within which it will be allocated more than $ 14 million. About it reports RBC-Ukraine with reference to the UNDP site.
It is noted that the project under the UN development Program designed up to 2022 and aims to contribute to the effective governance and social cohesion in the region.
“Because of the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, which lasts for the fifth year, the civilian population suffered significant losses, in particular, for the period from 2014 killed 3300 men, women and children, were injured about 9,000 civilians. 1.5 million people were internally displaced and many others living in conflict-affected areas face a variety of problems”, – stated in the message.
The UN hope that the joint contribution of Denmark (9,045 million dollars), Sweden ($3 million) and Switzerland ($2 million) to $ 14,045 million dollars will begin finding ways to address key problems in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.
“Crisis of confidence can be overcome only by creating jobs, overcoming poverty, implementing anti-corruption measures, implementing law enforcement and judicial reform and ensuring human rights”, – are convinced of the organization.