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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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Supply of Equipment for Green Energy and Integrated Waste Management to Support Regional Development in Belarus
The introduction of advanced 'green' technology helps the Belarusian economy both reduce energy costs and preserve the environment. It is of special importance for small and medium-sized towns that have much fewer opportunities for development.
Price: € 5 049 573 Status: Time: 2015 - 2016
Closed
Supporting Activities of Local Authorities in Chojniki
Half of the Chojniki District territory is uninhabitable due to the effects of the Chernobyl accident. This complicates social and economic development of the raion: it is difficult for adults to find jobs, and for young people and teenagers to choose a profession.
Price: € 214 000 Status: Time: 2015 - 2017
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ComManaging Municipallity (COMMA) – communication and management for community involvement in municipal governance in Belarus
Close interaction between municipal residents, house owners and the State is essential for the success of reforms of the Belarus' municipal governance and utilities. The EU countries' advanced practice helps build such relations.
Price: € 588 089 Status: Time: 2015 - 2018
Closed
Support to Sustainable Tourism Development in Belarus

Despite the large number of landmarks and recreation areas, Belarus lacks experience to enable successful development of the tourism sector. Meanwhile, tourism is a driver of national economic development.

Price: € 1 717 686 Status: Time: 2015 - 2018
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Expanding Economic Opportunities in Rural Belarus

The Belarusian rural population, whose income is much lower than that of townspeople, is at risk of falling below the poverty line. In view of the low productivity of agricultural companies, which are unable to offer adequate wages, self-employment may be an alternative. Entrepreneurship enables both the prevention of poverty and support to sustainable regional development.

Price: € 500 000 Status: Time: 2015 - 2017
Closed
Cluster Approach and Information Technologies for Local Administration and Sustainable Development of Rural Areas
National economic problems and the global crisis have a markedly negative effect on the regions, where household income drops faster, and employment and development opportunities shrink more than anywhere else.  All these factors result in local residents, especially young people, leaving for the capital and larger cities. Villages become empty, which further complicates rural life.
Price: € 334 700 Status: Time: 2015 - 2017
Existing
Valožyn without barriers: Increasing Local Capacities for Provision of Social and Recreational Services for People with Disabilities
Owing to the Project, Valožyn will become a launching platform to barrier-free development of tourism. The first Belarusian tourist center and a hostel for people with disabilities will be built in the city, and a special path will be created in Naliboki Forest (Nalibokskaja pušča).
Price: € 1 111 000 Status: Time: 2015 - 2018
Closed
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
Closed
Education Opens Doors
Education of convicts facilitates faster post-release social re-integration and reduces the risk of re-offending. Correctional facilities do not always provide an opportunity to acquire new knowledge and skills. The Project would help make education more available for convicts.
Price: € 303 516 Status: Time: 2015 - 2017