Lviv City Council and the Invest in Lviv team are sharing their experience with communities from all over Ukraine on attracting investment and implementing projects during the war
21 Aug 2023

As part of the Cities 4 Cities/United 4 Ukraine project, the second series of the Ideas Residence for Communities on International Cooperation was held in Lviv.

During a meeting with the participants of the Ideas Residence, Andriy Pavliv, Head of the Investment and Projects Office, spoke about Lviv’s experience in launching and implementing investment projects, attracting grants and donor funds during the war. In particular, they discussed the current projects that the Invest in Lviv team is currently working: investment projects of the Research Center for Engineering Students and the Bookstore with a reading room and artistic elements, the creation of the Syhnivka Municipal Industrial Park, and a pilot project of public-private partnership for underground parking.

The Ideas Residences in Lviv is a series of events for Ukrainian community leaders who meet to share their professional experiences. The series of residencies is organized by the Cities4cities| United4Ukraine project in cooperation with the Lviv City Institute and the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions. The key topics for discussion include community management practices in areas such as healthcare, assistance to internally displaced persons, and local economic development.

The residence was attended by representatives of 15 communities: Pokrovska, Kalush, Hirska, Bila Tserkva, Kyrylivka, Slobozhanska, Bashtanska, Vynohradivska, Pyriatynska, Nizhynska, Khersonska, Zelenodolska, Pustomytivska, Kopychynetska, and Melitopolska.

Over three days, community leaders shared their experience of how to seek and work with twin cities, international organizations, foundations, and attract investment under the influence of the war and Ukraine’s European integration.

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