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Projects

Existing
School for parents. Promoting positive parenting in Belarus
Families bringing up orphans often lack knowledge and skills about how to interact with the children's biological parents and to settle conflicts.
Price: € 303 709 Status: Time: 2014 - 2017
Closed
Networking around Nature
Networking around the idea of wildlife conservation encourages local residents to take a more active part in social life, and their environment is improved as a result. Nature watching helps to overcome social stress caused by the Chernobyl disaster effects and is also a captivating activity.
Price: € 259 703 Status: Time: 2014 - 2017
Existing
MOST (Mobility Scheme for Targeted People-to-People-Contacts)
Mobility, as an ability of people to travel fast from one country to another, facilitates both making new contacts and improving mutual understanding between countries. The program offers opportunities for 4,600 Belarusians to acquire new knowledge, improve their professional skills and find partnerships during their visits to EU countries. The Project covers the participants' travel expenses, accommodation, meals, visas, insurance, and entrance fees for different events.
Price: € 9 295 000 Status: Time: 2014 - 2020
Existing
Building Capacity of Family Clubs Network of the Chernobyl Area for Improving the Socio Economic Situation
A family club is an association of people sharing common interests and dealing with relevant issues of rural areas. Such informal organizations help provide support to families living in radiation-contaminated areas and engage active local residents in the development of their regions.
Price: € 502 816 Status: Time: 2014 - 2018
Existing
Living without Violence – Support for Women and Children Suffering from Domestic Violence
According to social surveys, one out of three women in Belarus suffers from physical violence in the family. The Project experts believe that "there is always a way out"; they address the problem in a comprehensive manner, with wide-scale information support.
Price: € 245 000 Status: Time: 2014 - 2016
Closed
From Energy Efficiency to Urban Mobility: Introducing a Participatory Approach to Development of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan for Polack
About 10-15 years ago, there were around 150 cars per 1,000 citizens of Polack; now their number is about 300 (per 1,000). The growing traffic flow jeopardizes the urban ecology and people’s safety. The problem can be solved through the introduction of a modern system of urban mobility.
Price: € 334 000 Status: Time: 2014 - 2017
Existing
Advice for Small Business
Entrepreneurship is the core of any economic development; it creates new jobs and develops a healthy competitive environment. It is for a reason that small business is responsible for up to 70% of gross domestic products in a number of developed economies.  The global experience suggests that non-government companies generally perform better that state-owned ones. The Advice for Small Business Project supports effective development of small and medium enterprises in Belarus.
Price: Status: Time: 2015 - 2017
Existing
Women in Business

Women's entrepreneurship, as all small business, plays a key role in the national economy. However, women-led companies often encounter problems with accessing finances and knowhow. The project provides support to small and medium enterprises with up to 250 employees and an annual turnover of less than €50 mln. A mandatory requirement is that the company must be led by a woman.

Price: Status: Time: 2015 - 2017
Existing
Development of Approaches to Harmonization of Comprehensive Internationalization Strategies in Higher Education, Research and Innovation in the EU and Partner Countries/HARMONY

The accession of Belarus to the Bologna Process implies harmonization of the national system of higher education with the EU standards. The project implementation will facilitate the adaptation of the Bologna Process standards in Belarusian universities, thus supporting the country's efficient integration into the European educational environment.

Price: € 986 645 Status: Time: 2015 - 2018
Existing
Development of a Pilot Project to Protect the Rights of Children with Severe Disabilities and Terminal Conditions in Belarus
For the first time in Belarus, a legal service will be established under the project to help families that have children with severe disabilities with protecting their interests. For instance, a skilled lawyer could help a wheelchair-bound child's family with arranging a ramp at their apartment building entry.
Price: € 471 137 Status: Time: 2015 - 2018