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Nazar Grom (Ukraine)

Project Manager of the SDG BRIDGE Ukraine (Building Resilience for Implementing Development Goals Effectively), Promoting strategic planning and financing for sustainable development on national and regional level in Ukraine, and Governance Beyond Recovery. Responding to Strengthen Ukraine's Resilience in the Face of COVID-19 Epidemic (RESURFACE) projects, UNDP Ukraine

Nazar joined UNDP in February 2018 as an anti-corruption specialist for the Enhancing Integrity and Transparency project, focusing on providing support and advice to the national anti-corruption institutions to ensure public sector transparency. The project developed a system for electronic declaration of property and income of all government officials, which was submitted to the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption.

Before joining the UNDP team, Nazar worked in the civil service for almost five years, working on fighting corruption in various government agencies and ministries.

Nazar is also a member of the National Council on Anti-Corruption Policy under the President of Ukraine.

He has a diploma in international law (international public law) from Ivan Franko Lviv National University.

Nazar holds a master's degree in international law from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. He is married and has a daughter.

UNDP and me

“Working at UNDP lets me to feel like I am a member of a large UN family, which is working hard every day to leave no one behind. I'm also motivated by the visible results achieved with UNDP support, which are making the lives of Ukrainian citizens better.”

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