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Programm: Rural Development Emilia-Romagna

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Programme
Rural Development Emilia-Romagna
Type of Fund Structural Fund
Description of programme
"Rural Development Emilia-Romagna"
This Programme focuses on competitiveness, food chain organisation, climate change and restoring, preserving and enhancing ecosystems and resource efficiency in the region of Emilia-Romagna. In order to achieve these objectives, the Programme focuses on the following Priority Axes (PA):
  • PA1 - Knowledge transfer and innovation in agriculture, forestry and rural areas
  • PA2 - Farm viability, competitiveness and sustainable forest management
  • PA3 - Food chain organisation, including processing and marketing of agricultural products, animal welfare and risk management
  • PA4 - Restoring, preserving and enhancing ecosystems in agriculture and forestry
  • PA5 -Resource efficiency and shift to low carbon and climate resilience economy in agriculture, food and forestry sectors
  • PA6 - Social inclusion, poverty reduction and economic development in rural areas
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Thematic Focus Food & Healthy Diet, Infrastructure, Innovation, Climate, Agriculture and Forestry, Rural Development, Sustainability, Natural ressources, Social affairs, Telecommunication, Environment & biodiversity, Competitiveness, Regional development
Macro-Region
Adriatic and Ionian Region
Origin of Applicant of programme
Rural Development Emilia-Romagna
Italy / Italia
Financial details Total Programme-budget: 1.21 billion €
  • EU contribution: 506 million €
  • National contribution: 701 million €
The budget is allocated as follows:
  • PA1 - 0€ (expenditure is distributed across other focus areas)
  • PA2 - 231.5 million €
  • PA3 - 271.7 million €
  • PA4 - 466.1 million €
  • PA5 - 73.8 million €
  • PA6 - 139.6 million €
Contact Details
urp@regione.emilia-romagna.it
 

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