Ulyanovsk Region Launches Ulyanovskdoma.RFWebsite for Citizens in Self-Isolation

It should become a single information framework with services for residents of the region during the quarantine.


According to Governor Sergey Morozov, the government is doing everything possible to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the Ulyanovsk region.

Sergey Morozov said, “One of the main preventive measures during the coronavirus pandemic is staying at home as recommended to all residents of our country. We need to minimize the number of people in public places, to bring everyone online. I am happy to see that the IT community has united to create digital solutions for Ulyanovsk residents so that they time at home could be as comfortable as possible now.”

Ulyanovskdoma.RF(Ульяновскдома.РФ) website will become a single catalogue of all Ulyanovsk, federal and international online services. It will help to study, work, buy products, contact volunteers and more in the comfort of your own home. This online resource will be constantly expanding.

With the support of the Ministry of Communications of the Russian Federation, the Vse.online website has brought together more than 225 services for health control, self-education, food delivery, etc.

According to Vadim Pavlov, Digital and Technology Development Advisor to the Governor of Ulyanovsk Region, there are initiatives that can create useful solutions for residents of the region. For example, Yandex's project "Pomoshchryadom" to support health and social services, as well as special offers from Mail.ru Group including the ones aimed to help small and medium-sized businesses.

Vadim Pavlov said, “Now we have the task to make life of every person as comfortable and as safe as possible during the quarantine. In addition to creating new digital services to help people live through the quarantine, we must also inform citizens about them. That is why one of the important tasks is to popularize digital solutions.”

Representatives of the IT-sphere have already offered available solutions to non-profit organizations and everyone interested in them. They can participate in online marathons, use a mobile application with useful content, learn new skills at master classes and much more. For example, Simtech provides a software license free of charge to help non-profit organizations carry out their activities online. Such entities often organize sociocultural events, establish aid funds and help creative people turn their hobbies into business.

“Over the past month we have received a lot of messages requesting to sell the CS-Cart software license to a non-profit organization at a discount. As such, our company has decided to support non-profit and governmental organizations. During pandemic, we provide licenses for our CS-Cart eCommerce platform for online stores free of charge,”- said Pavel Trubetskov, Chief Marketing Officer at CS-Cart.

Residents of the Ulyanovsk region and other federal subjects of the Russian Federation can download the application "Tvoy Chas" on their mobile phones. It was developed by ZeBrains IT company, which is part of ITECH.group. The application helps people become volunteers; it also provides services to those who need products and things delivered, help around the house and anything else.

“Within cooperation with our business partners, we got an idea to deliver food to elderly people free of charge during the quarantine. We only need information support so that we knew who to help and people were not afraid to use our services,”- said Alexander Scherbina, Director General at ITECH.group.