This Twinning light project is financed by the European Union and co-financed by the Republic of Serbia with the main goal to strengthen institutional framework in the area of transfusion and transplantation medicine in the Republic of Serbia. The implementation of the project started on 31 August 2017 and the expected duration of the project is 6 months. The project is implemented by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Croatia with the administrative support provided by the Central Finance and Contracting Agency. This is the first Twinning light project implemented by the Republic of Croatia as a Member State partner.More
A total of 35 agreements for projects valued at more than HRK 793 million, to be co-financed with HRK 696 million in grants or 85% from European structural and investment funds over the next 5 years, were signed at the government headquarters on Thursday. The director of the Central Finance and Contracting Agency (SAFU), Tomislav Petric, signed all the agreements with the relevant institutions that will be implementing the projects, while the Minister of Regional Development and EU Funds, Grabrijela Zalac, the Minister of Science and Education, Blazenka Divjak and Justice Minister Drazen Bosnjakovic co-signed them. The projects relate to the development of research centres, equipment for hospitals and clinics, the conservation of cultural and natural heritage, the construction of student dorms and development of a judicial e-register.More
The objective of this project worth 220.000 € was to strengthen capacities for energy efficiency in the building sector in the Republic of Croatia and to assist in developing the basis for increasing the number of nearly zero energy buildings (nZEB).
The project is of great importance for the Republic of Croatia because both partners closely cooperated in developing the necessary recommendations for an update of the nZEB Plan and drafting a roadmap for its implementation, specifying the exact timeline and institutions involved as well as including an assessment of its feasibility. BMWi assisted the MCPP in establishing a respective profound groundwork of data sets, analyses and simulation approaches. Additionally, a priority of the project was the strengthening of the institutional and administrative capacities related to nZEB.More
The objective of this project worth € 900,000 is to strengthen the capabilities and efficiency of the Republic of Croatia in the field of environmental protection and mitigation of climate changes by improving management, monitoring and more precise reporting on chemicals, emissions, hazardous substances and accidents as well as to upgrade and integrate the current Seveso databases with Geographic Information System within Croatian Environmental Information System. Experts from Italy and Austria co-ordinated by the Ministry of Environment and Protection of Land and Sea with Minoprio Foundation, Italy, and supported by the Environment Agency Austria are going to provide the Croatian Agency for the Environment and Nature with their expertise and support in this project.More