Zubko presented first mobile CASP within Ukraine
04.12.2017 12:14 "Agro Perspectiva" (Kyiv) —
As of today, while speaking within the II All-Ukrainian Forum of Consolidated Communities Life-Changing Initiatives, Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister/Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine Hennadiy Zubko presented the work of the first mobile Centre for Administrative Services Provision (CASPs) in Ukraine, Government Portal reports.
«In the first turn, the decentralization reform encapsulates development of human potential. Integral parts of this development are the accessibility and quality of services provided to the people, in particular administrative services. The Centre for Administrative Services Provision represents the authorities within the communities. Therefore, the development of the CASPs’ system is an indicator of the reform success,» the Vice Prime Minister stressed.
As to the report, from now, the CASPs staff will visit the residents in remote locations on the regular basis: during the week, the vehicle will run 5 routes covering 20 settlements. These mobile CASPs will provide access to high quality services for 8,000 residents of the remote areas in Slavuta Khmelnytskyi region, including pensioners and people with disabilities.
«I would like to express gratitude to our partners from the U-LEAD with Europe Programme for their support to the reform and all-round assistance in the development of the CASPs network in the amalgamated communities. Particularly, I would like to highlight the value of implementation of such non-standard solution as mobile ASC», Zubko underlined.