SPF 2020 – Revitalisation Edition: The results of the call for proposals
The year of 2020 has brought new opportunities for the urban areas of the Republic of Moldova — the Urban Revitalization team continued its activity to offer support for the cities that strive to develop their local urban communities. Thus, the Small Projects Fund 2020 — Urban Revitalization announces the results for its call for proposals. Here are the selected cities:
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The Urban Revitalization process, through its integrated actions, aims to assure a continuous dialogue between the local authorities and urban communities in order to implement innovative development ideas. Thus, the revitalization zones, chosen in common, will benefit from infrastructure changes, as well as community consolidation. The cities’ necessities and solutions will be identified based on the Urban Revitalization Programs, previously elaborated and approved according to the Guidelines.
14 cities have registered within the call for proposals, and eight were selected. The SPF 2020 — Urban Revitalization budget is MDL 3,900,000.00 will be invested in the urban revitalization projects, created with the local communities, infrastructure innovative ideas, overcoming the crisis situations etc.
The Solidarity Fund PL in Moldova team will continue to offers its support for the initiatives that develop the city. If you need additional information regarding the selection results, please send a message on firstname.lastname@example.org
SPF 2020 — Urban Revitalization edition is organised within the partnership of the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment of the Republic of Moldova and Ministry of Development Funds and Regional Policy of Poland. The call for proposals is financed from the funds of the Polish development cooperation programme of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland
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