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The results of the work of ANO "National Priorities" for 2021 have been summed up

27.04.2022 80 просмотров

On April 27, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Chernyshenko held a meeting of the Supervisory Board of ANO "National Priorities", which discussed the results of the organization's work in 2021 and tasks for 2022.

The Deputy Prime Minister noted the increase in recognition of national project events up to 62%, as well as the most striking examples of the activities of ANO National Priorities over the past year: information support for the Year of Science and Technology announced by President Vladimir Putin, the Pushkin Map project and the contest "You are in the game", aimed at the development of mass sports in the regions. He drew special attention to the successful experience of creating and maintaining an official resource on measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic - Stopkoronavirus.rf, as well as the Explain.rf portal.

Explaining.rf is the main source of information for Russians about the social and economic support measures taken by the Government. "National Priorities" is constantly working to accompany it. A navigator of measures taken for citizens and businesses, as well as the economy as a whole, has been launched. The portal allows you to quickly find solutions for specific life situations”, said Dmitry Chernyshenko.

Recognition of national project events increased from 59% to 62% in 2021. 85% of Russians know about national projects, while 75% have a positive attitude towards them. The most popular and recognizable measures include: maternity capital, separate waste collection, payments for children under three years old, resettlement of emergency housing, medical examination of the population, road repairs, improvement of the urban environment, connecting social facilities to the Internet, online public services and the preservation of Lake Baikal. “According to these measures, recognition ranged from 84% to 99%,” explained Sofia Malyavina, Director General of ANO National Priorities. “Most of all, people noticed the increased attention and support of the state in such areas as the development of the digital economy, caring for families with children, the quality and safety of roads, the modernization of transport infrastructure and the state of the environment.”

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In 2022, ANO National Priorities will continue to inform people about the possibilities of national projects, key programs of the President and the Government of Russia, including strategic initiatives. In particular, communication campaigns are planned to increase the awareness of national projects - “What is behind this sign” and “Look, together we succeed”, as well as the continuation of information support for the state programs “Pushkin Card” and “Professionality”.

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ANO "National Priorities" provides communication support, monitoring of implementation and expansion of formats for people's participation in national projects in Russia. Currently, 14 national projects are being implemented in Russia: Healthcare, Education, Demography, Culture, Digital Economy, Safe High-Quality Roads, Housing and Urban Environment, Ecology, Science and Universities”, “Small and Medium Enterprises and Support for Entrepreneurial Initiative”, “Labor Productivity”, “International Cooperation and Export”, “Comprehensive Plan for the Modernization and Expansion of the Main Infrastructure”, “Tourism and Hospitality Industry”. Their information is published on the website national projects.rf.

"Pushkin map"   is a state program created to increase the interest of young people in visiting cultural institutions. In September 2021, Russians aged 14 to 22 have the opportunity to issue a "Pushkin Card" with a face value of 3,000 rubles. rubles, and from January 2022 - 5 thousand rubles. This money can be used to visit cultural institutions (museums, art galleries, philharmonics, concert halls, cinemas) throughout the country.

“Professionalism”< /i> started in 2022. In September, 150 thousand graduates of 9 and 11 grades will be able to enroll in colleges and technical schools and begin training in updated programs in 42 regions. For the implementation of this initiative for the socio-economic development of Russia until 2024, the state will allocate a total of 30 billion rubles. in the program.

Explain.RF – official Internet resource , created by the Government of the Russian Federation to inform people about the socio-economic situation in the country. All federal ministries and departments are involved in the work on prompt verification of responses.

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