Exclusive interview with Blerta Cela, UNDP Deputy Country Director in Ukraine
Use of biomass as a fuel to produce thermal energy to meet heating and hot water supply needs has significant economic benefits, as it will enable reduction in heating costs and achievement of a greenhouse gases emissions reduction of more than 8.0 million tons of СО2 by 2020.
nhabitants of Druzhkivka in Donetsk Oblast now have improved access to the law enforcement system following the official opening of the rehabilitated Druzhkivka National Police department.
The small town of Vuhledar has never seen science shows or a school of robotics. Hanna Telychko, an internally displaced person from Donetsk, has created opportunities for children. Hanna, who has a PhD in technical sciences, is helping to boost the inventive powers of infants and schoolchildren.
Ukraine has made significant progress in gender equality. However, the pace of change on women’s decision-making remains fairly slow: Ukraine ranks behind 156 countries for women’s representation in parliament and has one of the lowest numbers of women in political office.
A new boiler, operating on agrarian biomass, has been installed in Nevytske village, Uzhgorod district, Zakarpattia Oblast. Modern equipment will provide balanced heating of the school in western Ukraine, while enabling significant energy and cost savings.

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