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Apel de Proiecte „Sprijin pentru deplasări” în cadrul ”Dialog social - muncă decentă".

Programul "Dialog social - muncă decentă" - Apel Sprijin pentru deplasări Buget: 100.000 euro (100% grant) Termen: depunere continuă. Aplicațiile se depun online.  Toate detaliile...

Call for proposals for mobility in academic education (year 2). Deadline: 10 december 2018.

Education Programme – Mobility in academic education Budget – 1.000.000 Euro (100% grant) Deadline – 10.12.2018 Online applications. All the details can be found here  

The second call SMEs Growth - ”Travel Support”. Deadline: November 1st 2018

Call for proposals SMEs Growth in Romania - Travel Suport Budget: 50.000 Euro Deadline for the applications: November 1st 2018 Online applications. All the details can be found ...

Call for proposals for bilateral relations RO-CULTURE. Deadline: 09.11.2018

" RO-CULTURA " Programme - Call for proposals for bilateral relations 1/2018 Budget: 60.000 euro (100% grant). Deadline: 09.11.2018 . The applications shall be...

Call for proposals SMEs Growth in Romania

Call for proposals SMEs Growth in Romania Budget: 21 mil. Euro Deadline for the applications: November 1st 2018 Online applications. All the details can be found  here

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EEA and Norway grants for local development and increased inclusion of disadvantaged groups

The Romanian Social Development Fund (FRDS) is launching on Thursday, September 13, 2018, in an official framework the Programme "Local Development and Poverty Reduction, Enhanced Roma Inclusion", which will finance measures aimed at increasing the use of social services to disadvantaged groups and social inclusion of children and young people in risk, to contribute to combating school dropout, to developing integrated measures for Roma inclusion and to combating discrimination, to develop the capacity of central and local government to apply the principles good governance, respectively, to support the implementation of ECHR recommendations on respect for human rights in Romania.

The Programme "Local Development and Poverty Reduction, Enhanced Roma Inclusion" (Local Development) is funded through the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021 and is implemented by the Romanian Social Development Fund in partnership with the Council of Europe and the Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities has an overall budget of € 82,352,941 (including 15% co-financing by the Romanian Government).

In order to achieve the proposed objectives, in the period of 2018-2019 will be launched four calls for project proposals, namely:

1. Local development (10,090,640 euro), call for improvement of quality and access to social services (inclusive education, health, employment, etc.) of disadvantaged groups.

2. Children and young people at risk (8.581.978 euro), an appeal that promotes and supports inclusive education and equal opportunities, enhancing access to and use of educational services.

3. Inclusion of Roma (EUR 16,000,000), calling for the promotion of social inclusion, combating discrimination and racism, promoting intercultural exchanges and strengthening development capacity in communities with a high percentage of ethnic Roma.

4. Human rights (EUR 5,868,529), an appeal to national public entities to implement the recommendations issued by the ECHR after 2015 on the rights of persons with disabilities, the rights of national minorities, the rights of inmates, children's rights and women's rights in Romania.

 

Financing under the Programme shall also be provided by means of two small grants schemes, namely:

 

  1.       Priority Interventions for Roma Inclusion (€ 1,647,059), a call which shall provide emergency funding to improve the social and educational facilities for children and young people, increase of access to health services, improvement of living conditions, facilitate the issuance of identity papers, ensure social and legal support for victims of evictions, promotion of intercultural exchanges, etc.
  2.       Support for Local Development (€ 1,000,000), a call which shall provide the financing of local authorities in order to increase their capacity to apply for other financing, respectively for technical assistance services for the preparation of technical documentation and obtaining the necessary legal approvals for investments / measures aiming at local development in poor areas

 

To help strengthen bilateral relations between Romania and Donor States, the Programme supports cooperation, partnerships and exchange of experience between Romanian entities and entities from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway operating in the Programme areas.

Specific details about the Local Development Programme are available on www.frds.ro and on the Facebook page of the Programme.


Projects visits Projects visits

The monitoring visit at the conference organized for the completion of a project implemented by ARCUB

  On the 30 th of June 2016, the Ministry of European Funds by the National Focal Point carried out a monitoring visit of the project "CULTURE THROUGH MUSIC" implemented by the Cultural...

The monitoring visit of a project funded under the EEA Grants and implemented by Hăghig Mayoralty, Covasna County

On the 27 th of June 2016, a team from the Ministry of European Funds together with the Program Operator conducted a monitoring visit to the "Day Center" built and equipped under the project...

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The EEA and Norway Grants have a no-tolerance policy on corruption and mismanagement. Complaints and alerts on suspected irregularities may be submitted directly to any agency involved in the implementation of the grant schemes, including the Financial Mechanism Office (FMO).

Report Irregularities NFP:sesizarisee@fonduri-ue.ro

Report Irregularities FMO: alert-fmo@efta.int

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