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About 3,000 people are employed as part of the “Recovery Army” project, which aims to involve unemployed Ukrainians in community service. This project is already being implemented in seven oblasts: Sumy, Chernihiv, Kyiv, Donetsk, Poltava, Rivne, and Zaporizhia.
The project allows unemployed Ukrainians to get paid for taking part in clearing rubble and rebuilding war-damaged housing, helping with gathering firewood for the military and the population. They can also unload or pack humanitarian aid, provide social services at Points of Invincibility, etc.
Currently, the largest number of unemployed people involved is in Sumy region, amounting to 725 individuals. Journalists can take a look at how the project is being implemented in practice.
Almost 400 people in the Sumy region are employed within the scope of the “Army of Restoration” project, which provides involvement of unemployed Ukrainians to constructive social works. Tetiana Berezhna, Deputy Minister of Economy of Ukraine, formerly made this statement. According to her, the list of constructive social works may include timber harvesting for the needs of military and civilians, unloading humanitarian aids, strengthening of dams, clearing the roads of building debris, providing assistance to IDPs, people with disabilities and the elderly. People receive salaries for their work.
Important notice: journalists can see how the project is implemented in practice.
Luhansk Regional Academic Ukrainian Music and Drama Theater will operate in the city of Sumy. Theater performances can be attended at the Sumy National Academic Theater of Drama and Musical Comedy named after M.S. Schepkin.
Earlier, due to the occupation, the Luhansk Regional Academic Ukrainian Music and Drama Theater moved from Luhansk to Severodonetsk. They worked there for 8 years. During russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the building used by Luhansk residents was destroyed by the russian troops.