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Vegetable-Growing Network of Experimentation, Exchange and Dissemination of Information (ExNet)
Stolin District is a kind of pilot vegetable-growing center of Belarus, where new technology elements and vegetable types are tested and introduced. Rural residents grow vegetables and create jobs for themselves, their families and relatives.
Price: € 335 231 Status: Time: 2013 - 2016
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Development of Renewable Energy Sources in Navahrudak District – Road map for Ecological Clean Area
Navahrudak, the second Belarusian city after Polack to join the Covenant of Mayors in 2012, undertook commitments to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 20 per cent by 2020. A number of energy efficiency programs and programs on introduction of renewable energy sources have been implemented in the region.
Price: € 600 597 Status: Time: 2015 - 2018
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System of Automation for Vision of Energy and WATER: SAVE WATER
The Čavusy authorities actively work on energy saving and environmental protection issues. In spring 2014, the town became the eighth Belarusian settlement to accede to the Covenant of Mayors and undertake a number of commitments.  In particular, by 2020, carbon dioxide emissions will be reduced there by 20%, energy consumption by 20%; the share of renewable energy utilization will be increased by 20%. The SAVEWATER Project will offer a great opportunity for the city to fulfill the key elements of the Covenant.
Price: € 595 268 Status: Time: 2015 - 2017
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Strong CoM – Strengthening the Covenant of Mayors Movement in Belarus
About 7,000 cities and provinces in various countries have acceded to the European initiative – the Covenant of Mayors, undertaking the commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 40% by the year 2030.  In Belarus, there are only 11 such cities which, however, sometimes fail to fulfill their commitments due to the absence of relevant expertise, experience and cooperation between non-governmental organizations and national authorities.
Price: € 663 090 Status: Time: 2016 - 2020
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Braslaŭ district - the first climate neutral municipality in Belarus
In February 2014, the town of Braslaŭ signed the Covenant of Mayors, undertaking the commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 20% before the year 2020. By the year 2030, Braslaŭ District – a popular tourist recreation area – should become the first climatically neutral municipality in Belarus. It is planned to achieve these ambitious objectives through the use of renewable energy sources and promotion of energy efficiency ideas. Reduction of energy consumption would help the region save budget funds every year.
Price: € 735 140 Status: Time: 2016 - 2018
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Requirement for Efficient Management of the Utility Sector
The quality of utility services affects everyone's life. Belarusian citizens nowadays have limited access to the information on activities of utility companies. The introduction of a social reporting mechanism, providing for residents' active involvement in the sector development, will help improve the work of utility companies.
Price: € 702 699 Status: Time: 2016 - 2019
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Environmental Protection of International River Basins Project (EPIRB)
The countries jointly provide for environmental safety of trans-boundary rivers crossing their territories. This regional project is aimed at improving the environment of the Black Sea basin comprising a number of Belarusian rivers.
Price: € 7 562 600 Status: Time: 2012 - 2016
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Supporting the Transition to a Green Economy in the Republic of Belarus

The “green” economy aims to improve the wellbeing of people and mitigate environmental risks. Nature is a key resource from the perspective of the “green” concept. Application of modern, efficient strategies helps to benefit from its advantages without causing damage.

Price: € 5 000 000 Status: Time: 2014 - 2017
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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. 

Price: € 7 107 000 Status: Time: 2012 - 2016
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Programme for Prevention, Preparedness and Response to Natural and Man-made Disasters in Eastern Partnership Countries (PPRD East 2)

The Programme is aimed at enhancing the civil protection capacity in the six Eastern Partnership countries, including Belarus. Its implementation will help improve the efficiency of national-level disaster risk management and protect the population from potential negative effects of natural and man-made disasters. An important part of the Programme is to enhance regional cooperation within the participating countries to foster interaction with the EU Civil Protection Mechanism.

Price: € 5 500 000 Status: Time: 2014 - 2018