With the support of GIZ Ukraine, ten more cities and towns in the Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhya regions have received mobile citizens’ offices in the city of Dnipro on 18 April. People in more than fifty towns and cities in eastern Ukraine now benefit from this innovation.
The mobile citizen’s offices make it possible for citizens in remote areas, people with disabilities and the elderly to obtain state services without having to visit the facilities providing these services.
The following cities and municipalities have received the most recent mobile citizen’s offices: Kharkiv, Balakliya, Barwinkov, Tshukujiv, Huljajpole, Savarsky, Pavlohrad, Kryvyi Rih and the Dnipropetrovsk regional center.
“With the mobile citizen offices we are taking an important step towards our citizens. They will be used in remote settlements and villages in the area and will help people to find a solution to their difficult life situation. This not only helps people, but also motivates our employees to become even better and more accessible,” said Ljudmila Jazuba, director of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Center.
During the last year such mobile cases were delivered to more than 50 cities and towns in eastern Ukraine.