A meeting of the working group on public safety and recovery was held in the Vysokopillia community

The working group on public safety and recovery met in the Vysokopillia community to discuss community problems and desired initiatives. 

The working group was attended by representatives of the military administration, heads of departments of education, agro-industrial development, social infrastructure, juvenile service, Administrative services center, the State Emergency Service, the state fire and rescue squad of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, representatives of the police, the village council and the public. 

The meeting discussed the school restoration, job creation, land clearance, restoration and drilling of wells to provide water to the population, and restoration of roads and houses. 

Among the proposed initiatives in the field of public security and social cohesion were the installation of video surveillance cameras, the installation of speed bumps near educational institutions, the creation of centers for the psychological rehabilitation of veterans, and psychological relief rooms for children, etc. 

The working group plans to submit its initial projects for funding to the UNDP Ukraine soon.

The working groups on public safety and recovery were held in the Bilozerka, Chornobaivka,  Stanislav, and Kochubeyivka communities. Overall, 6 public safety working groups are functioning in the Kherson region

Working groups are functioning 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.