Today, Vice Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk chaired a meeting on attracting international donors to cooperate with the Civilian Support Coordination Centers under the regional military administrations.
Representatives of the Ministry of Reintegration and regional military administrations, heads of coordination centers, and representatives of international humanitarian organizations such as OSNA, UNHCR, UNICEF, IOM, UNDP, and others, attended the meeting.
The meeting focused on strengthening the capacity of the coordination centers. They support and assist people affected by the armed conflict, including internally displaced persons and war veterans.
At the same time, the issue of informing the population remains relevant. The Vice Prime Minister emphasized that as many people as possible learn about this opportunity and receive the help they need.
The focus is also on coordination between regional centers, as creating a platform for sharing experiences and cooperation is essential.
International donors have emphasized that the coordination centers have already become effective platforms for delivering multifaceted assistance. They described them as the most effective mechanism for addressing the practical needs of the population.
As a result of the meeting, international donors supported the provision of comprehensive support to the coordination centers.
“Cooperation between the coordination centers and international humanitarian organizations is the key to success. If there is synergy and cooperation, there will be results,” the Vice Prime Minister concluded.