Programm: ENI CBC Romania – Ukraine
ENI CBC Romania – Ukraine
|Type of Fund||Structural Fund|
|Description of programme
"ENI CBC Romania – Ukraine"
The general objective of the Romania-Ukraine Joint Operational Programme (JOP) is to enhance the economic development and to improve the quality of life of the people in the programme area through joint investments in education, economic development, culture, infrastructure and health while ensuring the safety and security of the citizens in the two countries.
JOP Romania-Ukraine 2014-2020 will focus its strategic intervention on four thematic objectives:
There are four regions in Ukraine
eligible for funding: Zakarpattia, Ivano-Frankivsk, Odessa, Chernivtsi.
|Link||Link to Programme|
|Thematic Focus||Education, Research, Infrastructure, Innovation, Art and Culture, Security, Technologies, Telecommunication, Tourism, Transport, Traffic|
of Applicant of programme |
ENI CBC Romania – Ukraine
| Romania / România Macroregiunea Doi Nord-Est Botoşani |
Romania / România Macroregiunea Unu Nord-Vest Satu Mare
Romania / România Macroregiunea Doi Sud-Est Tulcea
Romania / România Macroregiunea Unu Nord-Vest Maramureş
Romania / România Macroregiunea Doi Nord-Est Suceava
Ukraine / Україна Oukraïna
|Project Partner Details|| |
It is obligatory that at least one partner from Romania and one partner from Ukraine participate in the project.
Each organisation will be allowed to submit, as lead beneficiary, during a call for proposals, maximum 1 application for each priority. However, no limitation will be set for participating in projects as partners.
Maximum 4 partners (including the leader) may participate in a project.
|Applicant details|| |
Indicative Beneficiaries for Priority 1.1 Institutional cooperation in the educational field for increasing access to education and quality of education:
Indicative beneficiaries groups for Priority 1.2 – Promotion and support for research and innovation:
Indicative beneficiaries groups for Priority 2.1 – Preservation and promotion of the cultural and historical heritage:
Indicative beneficiaries groups for Priority 3.1 –Development of cross border transport infrastructure and ICT tools:
Indicative beneficiaries groups for Priority 4.1 Support to the development of health services and access to health:
Indicative beneficiaries for Priority 4.2 Support to joint activities for the prevention of natural and man-made disasters as well as joint actions during emergency situations:
Indicative beneficiaries for Priority 4.3 Prevention and fight against organised crime and police cooperation:
|Financial details|| |
Support to projects will be provided mainly in the form of grants awarded to projects selected through calls for proposals. The recommended size of grant will be further defined in the Calls for Proposals.
Three calls for proposals (one for hard projects and two for soft projects) are provisionally expected to be launched during the programme lifetime.
|Contact Details|| |
Joint Managing Authority (JMA)
of Regional Development and Public Administration
Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) in Romania
CBC Regional Office Suceava
Bucsa, Head of JTS Suceava
CBC Regional Office Iasi
Mr. Sebastian Costea, Head of JTS Iasi
Branch offices of Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) in Ukraine
Branch Office in Odessa: Non-Government Youth Organization
Association “We Plus”
Office in Chernivtsi: “Bukovinian Agency of Initiatives and Development”