How to apply?
- to begin with, you need to submit an information notice about damaged and destroyed immovable property (if it has not already been submitted);
- after that submit an application for compensation, using the service isRecovery in the application Action:
- select the preferential category, if any;
- provide contact details;
- order a criminal record certificate in Diya.
Submitted applications will be considered by a special commission created by local self-government bodies. The same commissions will examine the destroyed housing and make decisions on providing compensation.
It should be noted that the possibility of submitting an application for receiving compensation will be opened later through Tsnap, a notary and a social security body.
The compensation itself will be provided to applicants in the form of an electronic housing certificate. It can be used to buy housing in the primary or secondary markets, or invest in future real estate.
The next stage in the development of the aid program will be the payment of funds for the construction of a new private house on one's own plot of land. The appropriate mechanism is currently being developed by the Ministry of Reconstruction.
The compensation service for destroyed property was developed by the Ministry of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure together with the Ministry of Digital Transformation with the support of the USAID / UK aid project TAPAS Project/Transparency and accountability in public administration and services of the World Bank.
Additional information can be obtained on the website of the program isRecovery in the section "Destroyed housing" https://erecovery.diia.gov.ua/ or by contacting the special government hotline 1545 (button 2), or chatbots of the Government contact center at the link:
Telegram – https: //t.me/GovernmentContactCenter_botFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/kontactcentre/
"Government contact center" in Viber
You can also contact Diya's support team by sending a message on Diya's Facebook, Telegram and Viber pages.
Source of information — Ministry of Reconstruction .