The United Nations Development Programme will deploy two modular Administrative Service Centres (ASCs) in the Kyiv region to provide public services to citizens.
The modular ASCs in war-affected Borodyanka and Ivankiv in the Kyiv region are designed for 27 workstations each. They will be equipped with a heating, ventilation and air conditioning system for the comfort of both employees and visitors. The ASCs will have the necessary facilities and resources, including furniture, equipment and competent staff to provide the highest level of service.
The modular ASCs will provide more than 130 types of services, such as subsidy processing, business and property registration, and obtaining birth or pension certificates.
The centres are being built and deployed by the United Nations Recovery and Peacebuilding Programme, with financial support from the European Union and the Government of Canada.
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