Green Economy, Environment and Sustainable development
Private sector development
Health Care and Social Inclusion
Culture, Science, Education and Young People
Civil Society and Human Rights
Justice reform and penitentiary system
Migration, Asylum and Refugees
State border management
Peace and security
Norms and Standards
Anti-personnel mines are among the most dangerous weapons of destruction. In 2003, Belarus acceded to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on their Destruction (also known as the Ottawa Treaty) and ratified it on March 1, 2004.
Clima East Project: Support to Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Russia and Eastern Partnership Countries
Improving Capacities to Eliminate and Prevent Recurrence of Obsolete Pesticides as a Model for Tackling Unused Hazardous Chemicals in the Former Soviet Union
As of now, there are still more than 10,000 tons of obsolete pesticides in the territory of Belarus; these pesticides are hazardous chemical substances that seriously threaten human health and the environment. A systemic approach to the process of their disposal would minimize the negative effect of hazardous wastes.
The Project would also make a contribution to the Green Economy – one of the key components of the country’s development.
Support of the Republic of Belarus in the Area of Norms and Standards of Energy Efficiency of Consumer Goods and Industrial Products
To facilitate active promotion of its goods on the EU markets, Belarus needs to bring its industrial standards in compliance with EU standards that are largely focused on energy efficiency. The project aims to enhance the competitive edge of the Belarusian economy and improve its environmental efficiency.