Ukrainian Village Creates Jobs Thanks To Local Reforms

October 3, 2017
More than five hundred villages disappeared from Ukraine’s map. Half of the ones which are left suffer from lack of infrastructure and jobs. However, small village Snitkiv in Vinnytsia region with a population of 605 persons managed to implement numerous projects during the last three years. A development strategy has been created in order to find the best sphere for development. Nowadays almost every household in Snitkiv is in berry business. More than 200 jobs were created in Snitkiv over the last few years. Learn more in our grassroots story video!

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