Electronic Declaration System Presented To The Supreme Court of Ukraine
Apr 4, 2016
The new electronic asset declaration consists of 16 information categories covering, in particular, real estate, construction in progress, valuable movable and immovable property, securities, corporate rights, intangible assets, and legal entities whose ultimate beneficiary is the subject of the declaration or his/her family members.
UNDP supports Anticorruption Action Centre
Apr 1, 2016
UNDP Ukraine’s statement regarding the court decision to inspect financial records and extract items and documents belonging to the Anticorruption Action Centre NGO.
Duty or Heroism? The Story of Sloviansk Rayon Hospital
Mar 29, 2016
The hospital in Mykolaivka town, Donetsk region, that has been damaged due to shelling and heavy battles in summer 2014, have been refurbished with financial support from the Government of Japan. The hospital plays an important role in the healthcare system of the region providing medical services to 42,000 people annually.
Big Stories of Small Business video contest
Mar 25, 2016
UNDP in partnership with Molodiya festival launch a video contest to encourage people of Ukraine, particularly IDPs, to start a business of their own. The contest will highlight success achieved by the IDPs who received UNDP small grants.
New report on Ukraine finds progress in access to information, but more efforts are needed in government accountability
Mar 24, 2016
A new Open Government Partnership's Independent Reporting Mechanism report on Ukraine finds that despite recent political turmoil, notable progress has been made in passing laws to improve access to government held information. However, more efforts are needed to improve government accountability.
From punishment to treatment: forensic psychiatry and prison mental health services in Ukraine
Mar 24, 2016
Prison mental health services in Ukraine is a problematic and sensitive issue that requires reformation in conformity with international human rights standards. Considering this necessity, joint initiative of UNDP Ukraine and the Office of the Ombudsperson resulted in the report “Forensic Psychiatric and Prison Mental Health Services in Ukraine” collecting information that would help to develop good practices and lead to a plan of reform in this sector.
New project to help Ukraine prevent corruption
Mar 15, 2016
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and UNDP in Ukraine in cooperation with the Government of Ukraine are launching a three-year project to make public institutions more transparent and accountable, and ensure the compliance of Ukrainian corruption prevention institutions with international standards.
Illegal constructions in Voznesensk rooted out thanks to civic activists
Mar 11, 2016
Activists drew the attention of the public and regulatory authorities to the issues related to the legality of the placement of temporary structures for business, the arrangement of street furniture, and the maintenance of the cleanliness of Voznesensk's streets. To solve this problem, the community and government decided to cooperate in order to develop policies and mechanisms to regulate the work of street vendors.
Happy ending for children of Luhansk
Mar 8, 2016
Newly renovated boarding school in Severodonetsk became a safe haven for 50 children evacuated from the conflict zone. In 2015 UNDP, in partnership with EU and the Government of Japan, restored around 50 critically important social care facilities in Donbass benefiting more than 200,000 people.
Ukraine charts out roadmap for open data development in 2016
Mar 4, 2016
Held on the eve of the International Open Data Day, the public discussion set the ball rolling for open data development and government transparency. Approved by the government on 4 February 2016, the Open Data Roadmap for Ukraine details the government’s plans to move forward with the open data agenda in 2016.