The project "Bio.Re.Goal - To enhance the institutional and regulatory framework for organic food production in Albania" concluded its activities yesterday 3 February, with an international conference at Rogner Hotel in Tirana.
Exchange programme on rights of persons with disabilities between Albania and Croatia successfully completed
The Know-how Exchange Programme project financed by Italy through the CEI Fund at the EBRD successfully concluded its activities yesterday, during a virtual conference where results were presented to sector stakeholders in the two target countries.
The Committee of National Coordinators has recently approved the co-financing of 7 projects under the Know-how Exchange Programmes (KEP) supported by the CEI Fund at the EBRD, financed by Italy.
The CEI-Executive Secretariat - in cooperation with the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation - has recently concluded a promotional tour to capital cities of several Member States, namely Tirana, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Belgrade, Sofia and Skopje.
7 projects under the Know-how Exchange Programmes (KEP) supported by the CEI Fund at the EBRD, financed by Italy were recently approved at the last Committee of National Coordinators Meeting.
GECCOSPARK, a KEP project funded by the CEI Fund at the EBRD and led by the University of Ferrara (Italy), promoting geological, ecological and cultural heritage through sustainable development and the creation of geoparks in North Macedonia, concluded its activities on 28 September.
COVIDAI is a CEI-funded project in the framework of the COVID-19 Extraordinary Call for Proposals / Know-how Exchange Programme.
With a total contribution of over EUR 220.000, the CEI Fund at the EBRD will enable the realisation of six capacity building projects that will be implemented in the period 2021-2022.
CEI-supported pilot event on anti-corruption and good governance highlights challenges in Western Balkans
Phase three of KEP project “CEI support for strengthening Energy Regulatory Authorities in Western Balkans” officially launched in Sofia