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Оголошено конкурс у рамках концепції "Розумні міста"!

 

picture smrtslСпільний проект Європейського Союзу та Програми розвитку ООН «Місцевий розвиток, орієнтований на громаду-ІІІ» (далі – Проект) оголошує конкурс ініціатив спрямованих на застосування містами методів інноваційного управління в рамках концепції  «Розумні міста». До участі запрошуються міські ради міст-партнерів проекту:

1) м. Мерефа, Харківська область

2) м. Чугуїв, Харківська область

3) м. Дубно, Рівненська область

4) м. Костопіль, Рівненська область

5) м. Добропілля, Донецька область

6) м. Димитров, Донецька область

7) м.Бахмут, Донецька область

8) м. Ніжин, Чернігівська область

9) м. Прилуки, Чернігівська область

10) м. Хуст, Закарпатська область

11) м. Ужгород, Закарпатська область

12) м. Надвірна, Івано-Франківська область

13) м. Коломия, Івано-Франківська область

14) м. Коростень, Житомирська область

15) м. Новоград-Волинський, Житомирська область

16) м. Северодонецьк, Луганська область

17) м. Рубіжне, Луганська область

18) м. Золочів, Львівська область

19) м. Дрогобич, Львівська область

20) м. Миргород, Полтавська область

21) м. Комсомольськ, Полтавська область

22) м. Нікополь, Дніпропетровська область

23) м. Павлоград, Дніпропетровська область

24) м. Українка, Київська область

25) м. Переяслав- Хмельницький, Київська область

Міста заохочуються подавати свої пропозиції для розвитку «розумних міст» в Україні спрямовані на прозорість та підзвітність в місцевих державних органах та/або надання послуг за принципами електронного врядування. Проект запрошує надавати свої заявки за установленою формою в електронному сканованому вигляді з підписом та печаткою міського голови на електрону адресу вказану в інструкції. Форма заявки та інструкція до заповнення з переліком критеріїв додаються. Остаточна дата прийняття сканований заявок – 15:00, 16.05.2016 року. Про результати конкурсу та подальші кроки буде повідомлено на сайті Проекту.

 

Practical workshop for the of multi-apartment buildings co-owners associations organized in Kramatorsk

 

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On 15 April 2016, Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, hosted the training for the representatives of city council, the associations of co-owners of multi-apartment buildings (ACMBs) and initiative groups from the cities of Dobropillya, Dymytrov and Artemivsk planning to establish ACMBs.

The training was focused on analysis of legal framework for ACMB activities as well as on energy efficiency in the apartment blocks (energy audit and modernization). It was facilitated by UNDP/CBA expert Leonid Tulovsky.

The participants reviewed the Law of Ukraine on the Associations of co-owners of multi-apartment buildings that regulates ACMB activities, property rights, duties and relations between the co-owners, functions of the ACMB’s management bodies. Leonid Tulovsky reviewed all these issues, and also shared practical tips.

 


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The CBA focal person meets with the association of multi-apartment buildings in Chernihiv region

 

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On 19 April, CBA Community development expert Oleksandr Riabyi was on a field visit in Nizhyn.

Local ACMB members participating the joint UNDP/EU project tell that they get more confident now and are no longer afraid when they need to organize themselves, to address their problems instead of waiting for until it is solved by someone else. There are enough problems to solve since the apartment blocks have net been repaired for decades. However, renovated hallways, new doors and windows decorated with flowers is a proof that changes are possible through the joint efforts and partnership with the local authorities. The CBA project gives instruments for these transformations, that is knowledge and funds for implementing ACMB initiatives.

 


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CBA’s University Partners Network and CBA regional coordinators gathered in Lviv to discussed smart cities development

 

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On 14-15 April 2016, Lviv hosted the special strategic session attended by the regional coordinators of the joint UNDP/EU project “Community-based approach to local development” (CBA) and coordinators of  Resource Centers at the Universities participating in the National network of CBA’s partner Universities.

The event started from the field visit to Zolochiv, Lviv region, where the participants visited Zolochiv solid waste landfill where the modern technologies of waste sorting and storage are applied. They had an opportunity to see how the landfill functions, to find out from the staff about ecological security, cost-effectiveness, sorting technology and waste management.

After that the participants visited an association of co-owners of multi-apartment buildings (ACMB) established in Zolochiv with the CBA support. During this visit, they met the ACMB members who shared their practical experience and told about their cooperation with the city authorities.

After this practical introduction, strategic session started that was aimed at drafting the concept of sustainable development of smart cities with participation of CBA’s University Network. The session was opened by Svitlana Slabinska, CBA Monitoring and Communication Specialist, who briefed about the achievements and plans of the CBA University network, and Oleksandr Ryabyi, CBA Urban Development Component Coordinator, who introduced the new project component – smart cities and innovations in urban governance.

 


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Resource Center for Sustainable Development opened at the “European University” in Cherkasy

 

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On 14 April 2016, Resource center for sustainable development has been officially opened in Cherkasy “European University”.

The University joined the National Network of Partner Universities created with support the joint UNDP/EU project “Community-based approach to local development” (CBA) in February 2016. Cherkasy “European University” became the third university in Cherkasy region that joined the CBA’s University Network.

In his welcome speech, Viktor Shpyliovyi, Director of “European University”, highlighted the University’s interest in cooperation and implementation of the joint activities directed at promotion of the principles of sustainable development, decentralization and community-led local governance through wide engagement of the students. 

 


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The IIІ phase of the Community Based Approach to Local Development Project (CBA) launched its activities on  2014. The Project is funded by the European Union and is co-financed and implemented by UNDP Ukraine. More...