Implemented projects

Education for life

Funding Program: 

The program “Promoting a healthy lifestyle through information and awareness” of the National Agency for Roma – Government of Romania

Implementation period: 01.09.2021-29.10.2021

Total budget: 40,000 lei of which 36,000 lei financial support of the National Agency for Roma – Government of Romania

Main applicant: Satu Mare County Intercommunity Development Association

Partners:

  • The city of Negrești-Oaş
  • The city of Tășnad
  • Acâş commune
  • Andrid commune
  • Culciu commune
  • Oraşu Nou commune
  • Pomi commune
  • Petreşti commune
  • Santău commune
  • Tarna Mare commune
  • Tiream commune
  • Urziceni commune
  • Vetiş commune

The main objective of the project:

to promote a healthy lifestyle among Roma communities in Satu Mare County by organizing health education sessions and greening sessions in partner localities in Satu Mare County.

The main results of the project:

  • 13 information, education, and awareness sessions on the risk of family and community illness in the COVID-19 pandemic and on the national immunization program against the SARS-COV 2 virus attended by 390 Roma people from 13 partner localities in Satu Mare County;
  • 13 the ecological education of the 390 Roma people from 13 partner localities in Satu Mare County as well as their families. 

Caravan for Roma children in Satu Mare County

Funding Program: 

The program “Promoting a healthy lifestyle through information, non-formal education, and awareness” of the National Agency for Roma – Government of Romania

Implementation period: 03.08.2020-15.10.2020

Total budget: 33,340 lei of which 30,006 lei financial support of the National Agency for Roma – Government of Romania

Main applicant:

  • Satu Mare County Intercommunity Development Association
  • Partners:
  • The city of Tășnad
  • Culciu commune
  • Doba commune
  • Dorolţ commune
  • Oraşu Nou commune
  • Pișcolt commune
  • Santău commune
  • Săcășeni commune
  • Tiream commune
  • Turulung commune

The main objective of the project:

is to promote a healthy lifestyle among disadvantaged communities in Satu Mare County by organizing health education sessions and non-formal education sessions for students and parents in partner localities in Satu Mare County.

The main results of the project:

  • 10 information, education, and awareness sessions on the risk of family and community illness in the COVID-19 pandemic attended by 250 disadvantaged children, mainly Roma, aged between 6 and 12 from partner localities together with their 250 parents/guardians;
  •  10 non-formal education sessions (puppet theater) were organized in the 10 partner localities for the 250 disadvantaged children mainly of Roma ethnicity. 

EPICAH - Effectiveness of Policy Instruments for Cross – Border Advancement in Heritage

Financing programme: Interreg Europe, European Policies Learning

Platform: Environment and resource efficiency, priority: conserving, protecting, promoting, and developing natural and cultural heritage

Implementation period:  01.01.2017-31.12.2022.

Total budget: 2.088.863,85 € of which 1.775.534,27 € from the European Regional Development Fund

Budget of the Association: 209.000 €

Lead partner: Eixo Atlántico do Noroeste Peninsular (Braga, Portugal)

Partners:

  • Eixo Atlantico del Noroeste Peninsular (Vigo, Spain)
  • Asociación Ibérica de Municipios Ribereños del Duero (Spain)
  • Satu Mare County Intercommunity Development Association
  • Agenzia per lo Sviluppo Empolese Valdelsa Spa (Empoli, Italy)
  • Tokaj Borvidék Fejlődéséért Nonprofit Kft. (Hungary)
  • Regional Development Fund / Region of Western Macedonia (Kozani, Greece)
  • Peipsi Koostöö Keskus (Tartu, Estonia)
  • Regionální rozvojová agentura Plzeňského kraje (Plzeň, Czech Republic)

 

The main objective of the project:

improving the policy instruments for cross-border natural and cultural heritage protection and development, through the exchange of experiences and good practices between partners with large experience in developing strategies, projects, and actions in this field based on cross-border cooperation processes.

The specific objective of the project:

improvement of the policy instruments for natural and cultural heritage protection

Main results of the project:

  • 7 regional reports (documents for diagnosing the main problems of cross-border natural and cultural heritage management)
  • 1 common report
  • 7 study visits (with the goal of familiarising with the situation on the spot)
  • 7 thematic workshops
  • 64 national workshops (dissemination of knowledge of the partners’ personnel)
  • 24 cross-border workshops (dissemination of knowledge of the partners’ personnel and cross-border counterparts)
  • 7 regional action plans (for improving policies of cross-border natural and cultural heritage management in each of the project territories)
  • 1 interparliamentary forum
  • 1 strategic communication plan
  • 6 more efficient CBC policy instruments (Interreg A) on cross-border natural and cultural heritage
  • 1 more efficient instrument on actions pertaining to cultural and natural cross-border heritage

 

Phase 3 is dedicated to the implementation of additional activities on mapping and exchange of experience and good practices in the post-COVID context in the field of cross-border natural and cultural heritage, respectively tourism.

PROCURE - Creating a good local economy

Financing programme: URBACT III

Implementation period: May 2016 – April 2018

Total budget: 749.396,34 € of which 608.327,56 € from the European Regional Development Fund

Budget of the Association: 52.300,80 €

Lead partner: Preston, United Kingdom

Partners:

  • Albacete, Spain
  • Almelo, The Netherlands
  • Koszalin, Poland
  • Lublin, Poland
  • Candelaria, Spain
  • Bologna Metropolitan Zone, Italy
  • Koprivnica, Croatia
  • Nagykálló, Hungary
  • Prague District 9, Czech Republic
  • Satu Mare County Intercommunity Development Association, Romania 

The main objective of the project:

explore ways in which public authorities can use public procurement so that they contribute to the development of a good local economy and bring social and environmental benefits to the local communities. 

Activities on a network level:

7 transnational meetings brought together network partners to exchange experiences and learn from each other in the field of progressive public procurement. Five topics were discussed (during the six thematic meetings): European and national public procurement legislation, analysis of the spending and procurement strategy, the role of social and environmental criteria, increased participation and capacity building of SMEs, and measuring and monitoring the impact of the procurement. 

Activities on a local level:

11 integrated action plans have been produced (IAPs) based on the specific problems and solutions, as well as on the conclusions drawn from the transnational exchanges.

Active YOUth for Europe

Financing programme:

Erasmus+, Key Action: Mobility of individuals for mobility purposes, Action: Mobility for youth and youth workers, Type of action: Mobility for youth

Implementation period: 01.06.2016-30.11.2016.

Total budget: 10.410 €

Lead partner:

Asociația de Dezvoltare Intercomunitară Județul Satu Mare (Satu Mare, Romania)

Partners:

  • European Youth Centre Břeclav z.s. (Břeclav, Czech Republic)
  • Association for Promotion of IT, Culture, and Coexistence (IKS) (Petrinja, Croatia)
  • Kék Egyesület for Cultural Life Non Profit Organisation (Nyíregyháza, Hungary)
  • Bulgarian Youth Community (Varna, Bulgaria)
  • Express Yourself (Salaspils, Latvia)

The main objective of the project:

to improve the level of competencies and skills of young people in the field of youth involvement in public life, as well as to promote participation in democratic life in Europe.

The main activity of the project:

exchange of experience organized in Satu Mare with the purpose of offering young people good examples, and tools to increase the participation of young people in the democratic life in Europe. 

"Partnership for an enlightened future"

Area of support:

Bilateral Fund – Programme RO01-Technical assistance and Bilateral Fund at National Level-Measure II: Environment.

Budget: 56.036,46 RON from Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014

Implementation period: 01.06.2016-15.12.2016.

Project partner:

International Development Norway Research Trondheim – Norway

The objective of the project:

to continue the cooperation in the field of elaboration of energy efficiency strategies for regions/cities and to contribute to the transfer of knowledge and best practices between the partners in the field of public lighting.

Implemented activities:

The three main activities of the project:

a) a training course on public lighting for all members of the Satu Mare County Intercommunity Development Association,

b) a study visit to Trondheim, Norway for representatives of the Association,

c) elaboration of a best practice guide on energy-saving strategies and public lighting.

„Building partnership for a green future!”

Area of support: Bilateral Fund – Programme RO01-Technical Assistance

Budget: The projects benefited from a grant in value of €3.200 from Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014

Implementation period: 01.01.2016-30.05.2016.

Project partner:

International Development Norway Research, a non-profit research organization located in Trondheim, Norway

The objective of the project:

Building partnerships for a green future! the project aims to develop the bilateral relations between Romania and Norway as donor states and to explore the possibilities for developing cooperation in the field of elaboration of energy efficiency strategies for regions/cities.

Implemented activities:

The main activity of the project consists of a study visit made by the representatives of the Satu Mare County Intercommunity Development Association in Norway at the partner headquarters, a visit that will focus on an exchange of experience on energy efficiency strategies in regions and municipalities, getting acquainted with best practices in the field of energy efficiency, developing common project ideas which can be implemented in the future and establishing new partnerships.