• Architectural solutions to the needs of Nova Kakhovka community

    18 August – In Nova Kakhovka, Kherson region, the public space around a water source on the river bank has been equipped and improved thanks to public consultations, architectural ideas and Polish equipment. The source, which was a favourite spot of the city residents, has now become more comfortable and safe to visit. Within the framework of the Ukrainian-Polish cooperation, the Development Policy Foundation (Fundacja Polityki Rozwojowej) from Warsaw, together with the Regional Development CentreRead More

  • “RE-Forming European” campaign highlights the experience of Top-Kaya’s partner projects

    On 25 May 2016, the European Information Centres network held the second interregional web conference in the framework of the public campaign “RE-Forming European”. The participants, among them NGOs, local authorities and media representing five Ukrainian regions: Chernivtsi, Kherson, Vinnytsia, Khmelnytsky and Dnipro oblasts, learned about new opportunities for regional development, including small infrastructure projects. As the main reference, they used the success story of the project “Design the change: Modernization of the public spaceRead More

  • Grand opening of the ferry pavillion in Hola Prystan

    On 27 December 2015, a press-conference was gathered to draw the conclusions of the project titled “Design the change: Modernization of the public space in Hola Prystan, Kherson oblast, Ukraine”. The project was financed by the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the framework of the Polska Pomoc programme, and was implemented by the Polish Development Policy Foundation, the Ukrainian Regional Development Centre ‘Top-Kaya’, the Design Group ‘+48’ from Warsaw and the City Council ofRead More

  • February 23, 2015 in Hola Prystan, Kherson oblast, Ukraine was the presentation of new web GOPRI+ gopri

    GOPRI+  (http://gopriplus.org/) is created in frame of the project Construct the change: citizen-monitoring in Hola Prystan, Kherson Obl.: a boost for a tangible social engagement: V4 for Ukraine, which is funded by Visegrad Fund www.visegradfund.org Representatives of HolaPrystan City Council, utilities, civic organizations, business and media were invited to the presentation. The project was presented by V4 experts: Wojtek Szpocinski, Lech Siedelnik (Poland), Annamaria Kekesi (Hungary) and Eduard Miskuf (Slovakia)   GOPRI+ web is aRead More