SEE Transna­tional Coop­er­a­tion Pro­gramme

The South East Europe Pro­gramme aims to develop transna­tional part­ner­ships on mat­ters of strate­gic impor­tance, in order to improve the ter­ri­to­r­ial, eco­nomic and social inte­gra­tion process and to con­tribute to cohe­sion, sta­bil­ity and com­pet­i­tive­ness of the region. For this pur­pose, the Pro­gramme seeks to real­ize high qual­ity, result ori­ented projects of strate­gic char­ac­ter, rel­e­vant for the pro­gramme area.

The South East Europe Pro­gramme helps to pro­mote bet­ter inte­gra­tion between the Mem­ber States, can­di­date and poten­tial can­di­date coun­tries and neigh­bour­ing coun­tries. Regional coop­er­a­tion in South East Europe is essen­tial, regard­less of the dif­fer­ent stage of inte­gra­tion of the var­i­ous coun­tries. The sta­bil­ity, pros­per­ity and secu­rity of the region are of sig­nif­i­cant inter­est to the EU.

via donau

via donau — lead part­ner of CO-​WANDA project

via donau – Öster­re­ichis­che Wasserstraßen-​Gesellschaft mbH was estab­lished in 2005 by the Aus­trian Fed­eral Min­istry for Trans­port, Inno­va­tion and Tech­nol­ogy and was tasked with the main­te­nance and devel­op­ment of the Danube waterway.

SAICMQSP Trust Fund Pro­gram

The Strate­gic Approach to Inter­na­tional Chem­i­cals Man­age­ment (SAICM) is a pol­icy frame­work to pro­mote chem­i­cal safety around the world. SAICM is dis­tin­guished by its com­pre­hen­sive scope; ambi­tious “2020” goal for sound chem­i­cals man­age­ment; multi-​stakeholder and multi-​sectoral char­ac­ter; endorse­ment at the high­est polit­i­cal lev­els; empha­sis on chem­i­cal safety as a sus­tain­able issue; pro­vi­sion for resource mobi­liza­tion; and for­mal endorse­ment or recog­ni­tion by the gov­ern­ing bod­ies of key inter­gov­ern­men­tal organizations.

UNI­TAR — United Nations Insti­tute for Train­ing and Research

The United Nations Insti­tute for Train­ing and Research (UNI­TAR) is a train­ing arm of the United Nations Sys­tem, serv­ing some 27,000 ben­e­fi­cia­ries annu­ally by con­duct­ing more than 400 capac­ity devel­op­ment and research activ­i­ties around the world. The Mis­sion of UNI­TAR is to deliver inno­v­a­tive train­ing and con­duct research on knowl­edge sys­tems to develop capac­i­ties of ben­e­fi­cia­ries in the fields of Envi­ron­ment; Peace, Secu­rity and Diplo­macy; and Governance.

Slo­vakAid — Slo­vak Agency for Inter­na­tional Devel­op­ment Coop­er­a­tion

Slo­vak devel­op­ment assis­tance is an insep­a­ra­ble part and instru­ment of Slo­vak for­eign pol­icy, which shapes, to a large degree, Slovakia’s rela­tions with recip­i­ents, inter­na­tional organ­i­sa­tions such as the UN, OECD, the World Bank Group, the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion and other donors – EU Mem­ber States in particular.

Slovakia’s top ODA pri­or­i­ties for the 200913 period include the strength­en­ing of sta­bil­ity and good gov­er­nance in regions and coun­tries that are among the pri­or­ity areas of Slovakia’s con­cern, includ­ing in terms of Slovakia’s eco­nomic inter­ests, as well as encour­ag­ing devel­op­ment, thus reduc­ing poverty and hunger in devel­op­ing coun­tries through more effec­tive and better-​targeted devel­op­ment and human­i­tar­ian aid.

Slo­vak Envi­ron­men­tal Agency

Slo­vak Envi­ron­men­tal Agency is a pro­fes­sional organ­i­sa­tion of the Min­istry of the Envi­ron­ment of the Slo­vak Repub­lic (MoE SR) with nation­wide scope of pow­ers, which focuse on the envi­ron­ment pro­tec­tion and land­scape plan­ning in accor­dance with prin­ci­ples of sus­tain­able devel­op­ment. SEA pro­vides the Min­istry of Envi­ron­ment with expert and sup­port­ing doc­u­men­ta­tion for drat strate­gies, con­cepts, pro­grammes and legal reg­u­la­tions, pro­fes­sional super­vi­sion over appli­ca­tion of envi­ron­men­tal legal reg­u­la­tions and expert activ­i­ties focused on ful­fil­ment of com­mit­ments of the Slo­vak Repub­lic result­ing from inter­na­tional con­ven­tions, pro­vides the Min­istry with expert assis­tance in har­mon­i­sa­tion of envi­ron­men­tal leg­is­la­tion of the Slo­vak Repub­lic with reg­u­la­tions and pro­ce­dures of the Euro­pean Union and coop­er­ates with con­cerned expert insti­tu­tions in the Slo­vak Repub­lic and abroad.

KEMI — Swedish Chem­i­cals Agency

The Swedish Chem­i­cals Agency is a super­vi­sory author­ity under the Min­istry of the Envi­ron­ment and respon­si­ble for ensur­ing that com­pa­nies and the soci­ety at large con­duct chem­i­cals con­trol in an accept­able man­ner. The Swedish Chem­i­cals Agency endeav­ours to limit the health and envi­ron­men­tal risks asso­ci­ated with chem­i­cals by pro­mot­ing rules and leg­is­la­tion in Swe­den, in the EU and glob­ally that con­tribute to achiev­ing the envi­ron­men­tal qual­ity objec­tive of ´A Non-​Toxic Envi­ron­ment´. Since leg­is­la­tion on chem­i­cals is har­monised within the EU, a large part of the Agency´s work takes place in the EU framework.

UNDP — Moldova

UNDP builds on the resources in Moldovan soci­ety, notably on national and local gov­ern­ment capac­i­ties, civil soci­ety organ­i­sa­tions and the pri­vate sec­tor. UNDP also aims to attract more exter­nal assis­tance to help Moldova deal with these issues. All UNDP pro­grammes and projects are nation­ally owned and entail the com­mit­ment of national human and finan­cial resources. An essen­tial strat­egy of the UNDP Office in Moldova is to engage key gov­ern­ment offi­cials and other stake­hold­ers in a dia­logue on the pol­icy frame­work for national devel­op­ment. The pur­pose of this dia­logue is to ana­lyze prob­lems and encour­age the artic­u­la­tion of a national pro­gramme where one does not exist, and to iden­tify the con­sul­ta­tive process that will be fol­lowed in decid­ing what sup­port UNDP should pro­vide in the cho­sen pro­gramme area.

Euro­pean Union

The Euro­pean Union’s Euro­pean Neigh­bour­hood Pol­icy (ENP) aims at bring­ing Europe and its neigh­bours closer, to their mutual ben­e­fit and inter­est. It was con­ceived after the 2004 enlarge­ment of the EU with 10 new mem­ber coun­tries, in order to avoid cre­at­ing new bor­ders in Europe. The ENP sup­ports polit­i­cal and eco­nomic reforms in six­teen of Europe’s neigh­bour­ing coun­tries as a means of pro­mot­ing peace, sta­bil­ity and eco­nomic pros­per­ity in the whole region. It is designed to give greater empha­sis than pre­vi­ously to bilat­eral rela­tions between the EU and each neigh­bour­ing coun­try. Six­teen coun­tries par­tic­i­pate in the ENP, Alge­ria, Egypt, Israel, Jor­dan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, the occu­pied Pales­tin­ian ter­ri­tory, Syria and Tunisia in the South, and Arme­nia, Azer­bai­jan, Belarus, Geor­gia, Moldova and Ukraine in the East.

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