On May 16, 2023 CUCC Deputy Director for Ukraine Alla Turos attended forum-workshop “Reconstruction in Action” which was held in Kyiv. At the forum local communities from Ukrainian cities that suffered from the Russian invasion presented implemented reconstruction projects. The main goal of the forum was to share information about recovery of communities after the de-occupation and ceasefire in their territory.

The mayor of Mykolaiv city Oleksandr Sienkevych was among the speakers. According to the city council, working on projects to restore infrastructure destroyed by the war, the people of Mykolaiv are implementing the best
experience of the European countries — Poland, Denmark, Germany, and Italy. Such cooperation is already bringing real results. The city receives tangible help in the implementation of the short-term projects to restore the
objects of the social infrastructure and the sphere of life support, as well as in the thorough preparation of large-scale post-war reconstruction. With the support of the European Economic Commission of the United Nations, a new
Mykolaiv city master plan is being developed. The Plan will become a base for revival of Mykolaiv and will determine direction of the city’s development for the coming decades.

Vadym Tokar, the Head of the village of Makariv,  presented the recently implemented project as part of the cooperation between the KSE Foundation, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, Kyiv Regional Military Administration and the KP Makarov Primary Care Centerof the ISR for the complete reconstruction of the Makarov dispensary, which was completely destroyed by rocket fire on March 28, 2022. The newly built dispensary is a great example of the implementation of the “Build back better” principle, which is taken as a basis for the
reconstruction of Ukraine.

The Irpin community was represented at the event by the Mayor Oleksandr Markushyn and Chairman of the Irpin Investment Council, founder of the Irpin Reconstruction Summit project, Volodymyr Karpluk. Mr. Karpluk presented the “Irpin Community Recovery Plan for 2022-2033”. This document describes the analysis and state of the destruction, provides clear figures with a specific list of house addresses, the number of residents and the cost of reconstruction, presents projects for the reconstruction of social facilities and an investment plan. More details about the project here https://irpinhelp.com/en/irpin-reconstruction-summit/


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