The Recovery and Reform Support Team (RST) at the Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine (Ministry for Restoration) is a group of Ukrainian professionals (non-civil servants) funded under the Ukraine Recovery and Reforms Architecture (URA) on a temporary basis by donors that provide targeted temporarily technical support and assist in the design and implementation of priority reforms.
Priority areas for the RST technical assistance are:
- Transport Infrastructure
- Municipal Infrastructure
- Regional Development and Decentralisation
- Public Administration Reform and Anti-corruption, and
- Strategic Planning.
The RST will assist in filling the capacity gaps in the design and implementation of priority reform strategies and programs while strengthening links and partnerships between the Ministry priorities and relevant donor support in regards to policy making in priority areas.
The Recovery and Reform Support Team under the Ministry for Community, Territories, and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine (Ministry for Restoration) is a group of Ukrainian professionals (non-civil servants) funded temporarily by donors through the Ukraine Recovery and Reform Program (URA). It provides targeted technical support and assistance in designing and implementing priority reforms. URA 2.0 is a comprehensive technical support program developed by the EBRD in partnership with the European Union, with the primary objective of facilitating the transition to modern, effective public administration and developing the new civil service's structure, processes, methods, and capacity. The EBRD manages and implements the program financed by the Multi-Donor Stabilization and Sustainable Development Account. The most prominent donors are Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union as the largest donor.