||A Local Economic Development and Strategy for the Bryansk Oblast, an Area of the Russian Federation Severely Affected by the Chernobyl Accident
|Budget and Source of Funds:
||US$ 424,900.00 (US$ 80,000.00 -UN Trust Fund for Chernobyl, US$ 344,900.00 - UNDP regular resources)
|Starting Date and Duration:
||March 2004 - December 2009
||Administration of the Bryansk Oblast
||Federal Government, business sector representatives, NGOs
||2004: US$ 4,315.00 2005: US$ 82,000.00 2006: US$ 87,276.00 2007: US$ 132,844.00 2008: US$ 118,200.00 2008; 2009: US$ 52,241.00
National Project Director:
S.M. Smirnov, Deputy Governor of Bryansk Oblast
National Project Manager:
Name: Vitaly Kharkevich
Address: Karl Marx Ave. 2 room 16
Tel: +7 (0832) 743146
Fax: +7 (0832) 743146
City : Bryansk
Ms. Nataly Olofinskaya,
Head of Unit
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00037173 - A Local Economic Development and Strategy for the Bryansk Oblast, an Area of the Russian Federation Severely Affected by the Chernobyl Accident
The project helps to promote sustainable economic and social development focusing on communities of the Briansk Oblast of the Russian Federation which were severely affected by the Chernobyl accident. This will be done through the creation of a partnership-based regional economic development agency, and the formulation and implementation of a locally-led market-oriented recovery strategy. The project will develop economically viable mechanisms supporting job creation, self-employement, and development of alternative livelihood options for local communities, thus helping to overcome economic and social consequences of the Chernobyl accident.
UNDP took part in the First Bryansk Investment Forum
- A functioning Local Economic Development Agency for the Briansk Oblast.
- Demonstrated improvement of economic situation and employment levels of the local population trough implementation of pilot subprojects and micro crediting scheme.
- Improved knowledge and competence in the field of economic and social development police and practices at the local and Oblast levels.
Information updated: 2010-04-22 20:43:25
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