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Implementation of energy efficiency measures aiming at sustainable energy development of Ašmiany district in Belarus
Introduction of energy-efficient measures and use of renewable energy sources in educational institutions will facilitate reduction of heat and power consumption, relevant expenses for the public budget, and greenhouse gas emissions.
Price: € 696 614 Status: Time: 2018 - 2021
Introduction of LED outdoor lighting in Biaroza District including an automation and control system
The Biaroza outdoor lighting offers significant opportunities for reducing energy consumption. The presently used outdated gas-discharge lamps used consume a great deal of electricity, which has a high impact on the public funds expenditure.
Price: € 775 044 Status: Time: 2018 - 2020
EU-Belarus Programme for Private Sector Development
In the recent years, the Government of Belarus undertook several steps towards macroeconomic stabilization: it reduced the business regulation burden by taking measures to open markets for goods/services; it has been enforcing a policy facilitating private sector development. A dynamic private sector is exceptionally important for improving productivity, expediting economy growth rates and creating new jobs in Belarus.
Price: € 4 800 000 Status: Time: 2018 - 2021
Civic engagement in environmental monitoring and improving environmental management at the local level (Ecomonitoring)

Environmental monitoring means regular integrated observations of the state of ecosystems and the processes taking place in them. These observations provide for record changes in the environment, providing for making forecasts and taking safeguards against negative consequences. Environmental monitoring is essential in mitigating the increasing impact of human activities on the environment.

Price: € 3 500 000 Status: Time: 2018 - 2022
Support to Local Economic Development at the Local Level in the Republic of Belarus
This project is a component of the wide-scale programme "Strengthening Private Initiative Growth in Belarus" (SPRING).
Price: € 7 700 000 Status: Time: 2018 - 2022
EU4Youth: “School Garden” for agricultural entrepreneurship

Rural population in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine is rapidly aging. Without any perspectives for growth and development, youth leaves for cities, which results in instability of the rural sector and increases national food security risks. The project will facilitate the development of vocational agrarian education in rural areas, which will lead to expansion of economic opportunities and youth integration in agriculture.


Price: € 1 579 000 Status: Time: 2018 - 2022
EU4Youth: Employability and Stability in Armenia, Belarus and Ukraine

Successful entry to the labour market and subsequent consolidation of one's position on it causes a number of challenges and fears for youth. It is particularly relevant for socially vulnerable young people. Based on the multi-year success of "SOS – Children's Villages", the project is called to improve employment prospects of youth in Belarus, Armenia and Ukraine.

Price: € 1 666 666 Status: Time: 2018 - 2021
EU4Youth: Fostering potential for greater employability

Belarus faces the problem of labour shortage, which is particularly relevant for rural areas. The number of young people in small towns and villages is decreasing; those staying there are insufficiently active in employment issues. This project will help build an algorithm of interaction between all stakeholders and improve youth employment prospects.

Price: € 253 916 Status: Time: 2018 - 2021
Cross-border Water Inspectors: Towards Joint Monitoring and Development of Water Resources of the Pripyat River Basin
Small rivers are important sources of drinking water, critical for agricultural development and ecosystem support in entire regions. The Pripyat basin rivers also have an impact on the condition of the Black Sea, into which the Pripyat flows. The Project is designed to preserve and facilitate the development of the regional environment.
Price: € 277 800 Status: Time: 2018 - 2019
Promoting civil society participation in decision-making processes on social inclusion in Belarus
The provision of assistance and support to people, vulnerable categories in particular, is one of the most essential functions in the activities of local authorities. The local community involvement in the process helps resolve arising issues and respond to people’s requirements as promptly and efficiently as possible.
Price: € 667 111 Status: Time: 2017 - 2021