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Strengthening the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus
A comprehensive analysis and certain improvements in the system of emergency management and civil protection in the Republic of Belarus are required to ensure efficient operation of MES agencies and units, and to strengthen professional relations with emergency/rescue units from the European states.
Price: € 1 200 000 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
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Landscape-Oriented and Community-Led Rural Area Development of the Jasieĺda River
Sustainable rural development is a developmental priority of Belarus. The Jasieĺda river valley is distinguished by its ecological, social, landscape-related, historical and cultural aspects. While preserving the unique environment and biodiversity of the region, we need to make full use of its capacity for employment and self-employment of the local residents, and for engaging them in administration and decision-making processes.
Price: € 747 549 Status: Time: 2019 - 2022
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Promoting preservation, availability and development of intangible culture and local history heritage improving sustainable culture tourism competitiveness in Latvia, Lithuania and Belarus
The intangible cultural heritage and local customs in the transboundary areas have not been fully studied, and they are not used in full as a tourism product, which poses a risk of losing them. It will both attract tourists and foster the areas' attractiveness and help boost their tourism capacity.
Price: € 1 031 590 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
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Better Access to Medical Services in the Cross-Border Region
The oxygen generation and distribution system in the Brest Children's Regional Hospital is in a critical condition. It supports the functioning of the Intensive Care Unit, Neonatal Care and Operating Units. The hospital also provides palliative care at the Intensive Care Unit (to terminal patients); however, no inpatient palliative care rooms have been allocated due to a lack of resources. The upgrade of the oxygen station and medical gas distribution system will provide for further outfitting of the hospital will new medical equipment and diversification of its services.
Price: € 857 359 Status: Time: 2019 - 2020
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Reduction of Negative Impact of Alien Invasive Plant Species on Ecosystems and Human Wellbeing in Cross-border Region of Lithuania-Belarus (Alien Invasive Plants)
At present, the invasion of aggressive alien species is a global environmental and socio-economic problem in the world. Invasive species push out local flora and fauna species, transform and destroy local ecosystems and incur substantial economic damage, while posing a hazard for human health. It is a duty of all countries/signatories of the 1992 Rio Convention on Biological Diversity, including Lithuania and Belarus, to develop measures to prevent biological invasions, mitigate their effects and monitor them. These measures can only be effective subject to international cooperation, as invasive species know no state borders.
Price: € 314 691 Status: Time: 2019 - 2020
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Restoration of Common Culture Heritage as a Base for Youth and Creative Groups from Poland and Belarus Cross-border Cooperation
Тhe Rejtans’ manor estate in Hrušaŭka (Liachavičy District) is in a neglected state and it is gradually crumbling now, in spite of the fact that it has been included into the National List of Historical and Cultural Assets of the Republic of Belarus. The manor is visited by about 1,000 tourists from Poland every year. However, due to some internal fractures, the facility is recognized as inappropriate for being visited by tourists (it can only be observed from the outside). As a result of the project implementation, tourists from Poland and Belarus will acquire an opportunity to learn about the local and transboundary cultural heritage, and get access to attractive cultural and historical sites.
Price: € 2 375 000 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
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Strengthening the capacity of the dog service of the customs authorities of the Republic of Belarus and Republic of Poland
The number of attempts to smuggle tobacco products and narcotic/psychotropic substances across the border between Belarus and the European Union has been on the rise in the recent years. Combating illegal transportation of tobacco products and prohibited substances across the border is a critical part of the activities of the Belarusian and Polish customs services ensuring the security on both sides of the border.
Price: € 221 820 Status: Time: 2019 - 2020
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The Dukes Radziwills' heritage preservation and adaptation for tourism in Kėdainiai and Niasviž
Belarus and Lithuania are united by the history of the princely family of the Radziwiłłs, whose heritage attracts tourists to Kėdainiai and Niasviž. Preservation of the historical and cultural properties associated with the Radziwiłłs family is an essential condition for further development of the tourism potential of both regions.
Price: € 726 704 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
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“Tyzenhauz Trail ” – creation of a tourist route to promote cultural and historical heritage of two cities: Sokółka and Hrodna
The Polish city of Sokółka and the Belarusian Hrodna are united by the personality of Prince Antoni Tyzenhaus, the well-known reformer and financier, political and public figure of the 17th century. The two cities’ cooperation on preservation of Prince Tyzenhaus’ cultural and historical heritage will help unlock the region’s tourism potential.
Price: € 2 139 255 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021
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Model health care program to fight osteoporosis in area of Polish-Belarusian borderland
The increase in life expectancy and negative natural population growth contribute to the growing number of elderly people. One of the problems faced by elderly people is osteoporosis. Approximately 30% of people 50 years and older suffer from the disease. At that, osteoporosis is, in most cases, detected in elderly people only after a fracture due to a shortage of specialists and a lack of an early diagnosis system.
Price: € 1 852 282 Status: Time: 2019 - 2021