The working group on public security and recovery held a meeting in the Bilozerka community

The first meeting of the working group on public safety and recovery was held in the Bilozerka community, where the problems and prospects of recovery were discussed. 

The meeting was attended by the leadership and representatives of the Bilozerka Military Administration, journalists, public activists, the State Emergency Service, the police, and the communal institutions of the community. 

The problems of power outages in the community due to shelling, which poses a threat to medicines and vaccines stored in dispensaries, the need to create centers for social and psychological rehabilitation of children and parents, residents of the community, restoration of the video surveillance system in the community, installation of gabions and mobile shelters, launch of the public notification system, installation of new hydrants in the community for operational fire extinguishing were discussed at the meeting. 

As in other communities, the meeting participants noted the problem with personnel, or rather their absence, as well as the need for equipped bomb shelters and the non-compliance of water in some settlements with sanitary standards. 

At the meeting, it was decided to prepare project proposals for expanding the hydrant system throughout the community, as well as solving the problem of power outages in dispensaries. 

The same working groups were held in the Chornobaivka and Stanislav communities, and in general, 6 public safety working groups are currently functioning in the Kherson region

Working groups function within the framework of the initiative "Kherson region: public security and recovery in conditions of change" implemented by the "Union" Foundation with the assistance of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Ukraine with the financial support of the Government of Denmark, provided within the framework of the UN Program for Reconstruction and Peacebuilding.

The UN Program for Reconstruction and Peacebuilding is implemented by four UN agencies: the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women), the United Nations Reproductive Health Agency (UNFPA) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). 

Eleven international partners support the program: the European Union (EU), the European Investment Bank (EIB), the US Embassy in Ukraine, and the governments of Denmark, Canada, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Sweden, and Japan.