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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
“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
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
Together for Community and Nature: Miory District
Sustainable development on regional and local levels is a key priority for the Republic of Belarus in the next few years. Partnership between local authorities and civil society organisations will help unlock the regional potential and give an impulse to its further development.
Price: € 1 085 888 Status: Time: 2019 - 2022
Public Participation and Effective Water Governance in Masty District

In Belarus, rural residents often have to use poor quality drinking water from wells and are unable to use water sanitation services. Masty District is no exception: according to preliminary data, water in 70% wells is exposed to nitrate and biological contamination. It is planned to improve the situation with water supply and sanitation with support from the project of the European Union.

Price: € 645 398 Status: Time: 2019 - 2022
Helping Belarus address the phenomenon of increasing numbers of irregular migrants
Irregular migration presents a problem for most countries including Belarus as a transit country en route to the West. Migration flow control and management raise the level of security both on the external Belarus/EU border and in the region in general.
Price: € 7 000 000 Status: Time: 2018 - 2022
Employment, Vocational Education and Training in Belarus (outfitting of resource hubs)
The project is aimed at adapting the vocational education and training system in Belarus to the needs of the modern labour market. The project provides for outfitting six resource hubs and eight educational laboratories with state-of-the-art technological equipment for training specialists in the fields of the energy industry, energy efficiency and ecology.
Price: € 4 270 000 Status: Time: 2018 - 2022
“Buh unites us” – creation of two cross-border touristic kayak trails
The waterway crossing Brest Region along the Dnieper-Buh Canal, the Muchaviec and the Buh Rivers, has a great tourism potential. However, the lack of adequate infrastructure along the waterway, as well as information about natural and other landmarks of the route prevents from attracting tourists on actively.
Price: € 1 414 765 Status: Time: 2018 - 2022
Reinforcement of states’ cooperation and creation of prerequisites for solving common environmental challenges
The successfully implemented project will enable all project participants to efficiently deal with emergencies and accidents at sewage lines by applying general technologies, expertise and state-of-the-art equipment, such as suction excavators. The project will make a positive impact on the efforts made in support of the environmental sustainability and protection of the water resources of the transboundary rivers.
Price: € 925 532 Status: Time: 2018 - 2020
Technical Assistance to Support to Effective Air Emissions and Radiation Monitoring, and Improved Environmental Management in Belarus (SAQEM-1 Project)
The per capita share of hazardous air emissions in Belarus is 52% higher than in the European Union. The air quality monitoring and efficient control allow assessing and forecasting they key trends in the air quality changes in order to identify negative effects of natural anthropogenic factors.
Price: € 2 819 400 Status: Time: 2018 - 2020