The Regional Best Practices project aims to collect, exchange, and implement proven and effective best practices. The practices themselves are simple measures that can easily be implemented in new regions.
We are bringing together global best practices to shine a light on how people are fighting the pandemic and supporting economies around the world, including through state support, local measures, business initiatives, and citizens’ initiatives.
We do not have a system of financial incentives fully set. This is something we need to create. The project is very ambitious, and if it’s solely based on individual persistence, with no financial incentives, we won’t succeed
Horizontal culture of coordination and communication is not introduced everywhere yet. It means, when there are problems in certain agencies or with certain people, the whole machine begins to slip. Therefore, it is important to try to build horizontal ties and develop a new culture