Public consultation regarding the Interreg A NEXT Programme between Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine for the period 2021-2027

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Public consultation regarding the Interreg A NEXT Programme between Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine for the period 2021-2027
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After the approval of the documents by the Programming Committee of the future Interreg A NEXT Programme between Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine, we are hereby publishing the draft Interreg Programme (the fundamental document of the next programming period). The document with translations to national languages is available at the bottom of this article.

News and events

Programme News

Prolongation of the Programme manager position vacancies in the Joint Technical Secretariat in Budapest

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The Joint Technical Secretariat (JTS) is opening two job vacancies of Programme Manager in its headquarters in Budapest. The positions are based on a full-time contract under Hungarian law and one is for a definite period, until April, 2024 which might be prolonged and the other is for an indefinite period. It is envisaged to contract additional staff for new positions throughout the programming period.

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Call for application for Branch Office Expert position in Ukraine

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On behalf of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, the Joint Technical Secretariat of the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENI Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 is launching the Call for Application of Branch Office expert position to identify and select qualified and experienced professional to become the Programme’s Ukrainian Branch Office operating in Zakarpattya Region.

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Events

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Workshop on project implementation for Hungarian beneficiaries

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The Joint Technical Secretariat of the Programme in cooperation with the Hungarian first level control body is organizing an online workshop for the Hungarian Beneficiaries of all projects granted under the Programme on the 10th of November, 2021.

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On-line training for Ukrainian beneficiaries

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The Joint Technical Secretariat is organizing on-line training for Ukrainian Beneficiaries  on November 11, 2021. The purpose of the training is to increase awareness of the project implementation, clarify the rules for reporting and enlarge on the questions of the public procurement.  

Project News

The two-year Health4all! HUSKROUA project had been successfully implemented

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The two-year "Health4all! Capacity building in the health care system providing for children with special needs" HUSKROUA project had been successfully implemented. In frame of the project, in addition to providing early development, the Hidden Treasures Down Syndrome Association undertook the care of children with special needs, the training of professionals, exchange of experiences, the creation and renovation of inclusive spaces and the support of families across the border in cooperation with the Malteser Charity Organization in Bereghovo Region.

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In the framework of the EFFUSE project a field trip in the Laborec river basin was carried out on April 12, 2022

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The need to increase the interest of the younger generation in the state of the environment requires a comprehensive approach to the development of environmental skills. In the framework of the EFFUSE project funded through the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine Cross-Border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020, a field trip with pupils and teachers in the Laborec river basin was carried out on 12 April 2022 in order to raise the level of environmental literacy. 
 

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Supply Contracts Notice of open tender launched by project Beneficiary HUSKROUA/1702/8.2/0118

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CREST ASSOCIATION intends to award three supply contracts in the project "SIGMED RO-UA – COOPERATION FOR PATIENTS’ SAFETY": "PACKAGE OF AUTOMATIC ANTIBIOGRAM EQUIPMENT AND EQUIPMENT FOR HEMOCULTURE IN INTENSIVE THERAPY", "PORTABLE PULMONARY VENTILATORS" and "DEFIBRILATORS" , in Romania, Satu Mare and Maramures counties, with financial assistance from the European Union, through the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI) Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020, thematic objective 8. TO - Common challenges in the field of safety and security, programme priority 8.2 Support to the development of health.

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From waste to energy, a burning issue EnyMSW project worked on at the border regions of Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine. Project story released by TESIM

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Controlled burning can reduce huge volumes of garbage into – literally – a handful of ashes. Waste combustion is often preferred as the alternative to waste landfilling. But what is most important, it allows to recover energy from the burning process – either in the form of electricity and/or heat – that can further be used in homes and businesses. The EnyMSW project has worked on the development of this idea for the border regions of Romania, Slovakia and Ukraine.

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