Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2007-2013
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List of signed grant contracts

LPR1/010/072

Title of the project: Protected environment - healthy young generation
Lead Partner:
Pisz District Municipality (Poland)
Partners:
Mamonovo City Administration (Russian Federation)
Alytus District Municipality Administration (Lithuania)
Total budget:
2.601.466,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
2.341.319,40 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
1.1. Sustainable use of environment



The overall idea of the project is to contribute to reduction of the consumption of non-renewable energy sources in the border area. The project envisages activities in the three areas:


• Increasing the knowledge and skills about energy saving among citizens living in the cross-border regions (the citizens will learn how to save energy in their everyday activities, how to choose energy efficient products, how to influence the authorities and other inhabitants of the region to act in an environmental friendly way);


• Reduction of environmental pollution (through the modernization of 8 objects the energy consumption in buildings will be significantly decreased, which will lead to reduction of energy consumption and pollution);


• Extending cooperation for the environmental protection action in the border area (the established contacts will help to realize other projects and objectives regarding cross-border environmental initiatives in the future).


LPR1/010/008

Title of the project: Creating the system of health saving support in schoolchildren in the Kaliningrad region and Klaipeda district
Lead Partner:
N. I. Moroz Non-governmental (Private) Institution of General Education (Russia)
Partners:

Klaipeda M.Gorky basic school (Lithuania)
Public Institution of professional supplementary education “Kaliningrad Institute for Educational Development” (Russia)

Total budget:
222 222,23 EUR
Programme Contribution:
200 000,01 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.2 Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities



The overall idea of the project is to create the system of health saving support by establishing an international education and health center, which will accumulate, test and disseminate innovative experience in health saving of schoolchildren among neighboring countries and Russian regions.

It is planned to achieve the following main results:

• Creating the system of health saving support in schoolchildren in the Kaliningrad region and Klaipeda district;

• Improving pedagogical knowledge of developmental psychology and physiology and acquirement of the ability to apply this knowledge in practice;

• Improving health of the pupils of the partner educational organizations through reducing health risks which occur during educational process.


LPR1/010/174

Title of the project: Improvement of accessibility of the state border between the Republic of Lithuania and the Russian Federation by increasing throughput capacity of border control points (BCP) Panemunė and Kybartai
Lead Partner:
Klaipėda Regional Customs Office (Lithuania)
Partners:

Kaliningrad Regional Customs Office (Russia),
Kaunas Regional Customs Office (Lithuania)

Total budget:
4 000 000,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
3 600 000,00 EUR
Duration:
18 months
Measure:
1.2. Accessibility improvement



The overall objective of the project is to speed up the customs control procedures making faster the passenger and cargo transit through the Panemunė-Sovetsk and Kybartai-Černyševskoe border crossing points. It will be achieved through improvement of vehicle traffic management and increasing of efficiency of the custom control at the BCPs of the cooperation area countries as well as through enhancement of inter-agency cooperation of law enforcement agencies across borders of Lithuanian and Russia. In the aftermath of the project these measures will reduce the time for performing border formalities for passengers crossing the state borders. It will also decrease the queues of cargo vehicles on the border which in its turn will improve the general environmental situation. Efficient measures for the fight against the illegal turnover of goods will be implemented; this will result in creating more favorable conditions for the development of legal trade.

Following activities will be implemented:

• Modern, high flow capacity x-ray equipment will be introduced at the Panemunė and Kybartai international BCPs;

• Trainings for the Lithuanian Customs officials to use the acquired x-ray equipment will be carried out;

• 18 meetings of the inter-institutional Working Group will take place and 6 meetings of the project Steering Committee will be organized.


LPR1/010/181

Title of the project: Baltic Touristic Games – know-how for development of tourism potential of Baltic Region
Lead Partner:
Palanga Town Municipality Administration (Lithuania)
Partners:

Administration of Svetlogorsk Town (Russian Federation)

Total budget:
2 853 500,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
2 568 150,00 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:

2.1. Tourism development



The overall objective of the project is to develop sports and active tourism in the border cooperation area by providing modern sport infrastructure and development of better conditions for active tourism. The project will lead to the results which introduce better possibilities for the population of two partner countries to take in for sports and consequently improve its health. Due to implementation of planned sport events and construction of the new sport hall cities of Palanga and Svetlogorsk will be advertised as cities of sport tourism which will increase the sport tourists flow in two countries.

Main activities which will be implemented during the project can be divided in several groups:

• Preparation of new tourism and recreation development strategies for Palanga and Svetlogorsk, including technical documentation for the new municipal open air stadium in Svetlogorsk;

• Construction of new sport hall in Palanga town, purchase of the equipment and other supplies for it;

• Organization of sport events such as Tourist Olympic Games in Palanga and Svetlogorsk. All activities will be accompanied by the relevant promotion publications of t-shirts, booklets, posters and tilts;

• Organization of experience exchange measures such as project group meetings and study tours.


LPR1/010/049

Title of the project: Baltic Amber Coast. Development of crossborder area through building up and modernization of tourism infrastructure
Lead Partner:
Sztutowo Commune (Poland)
Partners:

Krynica Morska Municipality (Poland), Stegna Commune (Poland), Ustka Municipality (Poland), Administration of the Municipality “Jantarniy Urban District” (Russia, Kaliningrad Oblast)

Total budget:
2 618 052,55 EUR
Programme Contribution:
2 356 247,30 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:

2.1. Tourism development



The overall objective of the project is to strengthen the tourism potential and increase tourist traffic in the crossborder cooperation area through the creation of the tourism product Baltic Amber Coast and the improvement of maritime tourism infrastructure. It will encompass inhabitants, entrepreneurs and tourists of three countries – partners of the project.

During the period of project implementation it is planned to carry out activities in several areas:

• Modernization of yacht marina in Sztutowo and development of facilities in yacht port in Krynica Morska;

• Organization of workshops and conference for experience exchange in tourist infrastructure development in cooperation area;

• Implementation of visibility measures such as design of a website and publication of printing materials for promoting and establishing recognition of the tourist product Baltic Amber Coast;

• Organization of regattas and open-air feast in Ustka (Poland) form more than 1000 participants from all cooperation area countries.


LPR1/010/113

Title of the project: “Healthy lungs for one and all”
Lead Partner:
Independent Public Complex Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases in Olsztyn (Poland)
Partners:

State Budgetary Healthcare Institution of the Kaliningrad region «City Hospital #3» (Russia)

Total budget:
1 000 000,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
900 000,00 EUR
Duration:
18 months
Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is decrease of rates of mortality and morbidity as result of respiratory diseases, including tuberculosis, within the cross-border area.

Main results which should be accomplished under the project include:

• Cross-border Pulmonary Center (with a multimedia room) will be established in Olsztyn, Poland in order to provide the widest possible transfer of knowledge and experience within the partnership’s region, particularly from Olsztyn doctors (familiar with modern methods of treatment used in the European Union) to doctors of Kaliningrad. It will be equipped with all necessary medical and accompanying apparatuses.

• The diagnostic and analytical laboratory at the Hospital No. 3 in Kaliningrad, Russia will undergo renovation, modernization and equipment packaging in order to provide more efficient and reliable diagnosis of tuberculosis in the Kaliningrad region.

• Improvement of the knowledge and skills of employees of both partner hospitals within prevention of respiratory diseases, including tuberculosis through organization of joint educational activities and publication of useful printing and video materials.


LPR1/010/009

Title of the project: Support and development of rural entrepreneurship: from local experience to cross border cooperation
Lead Partner:
Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Additional Occupational Education of  Specialists “Kaliningrad Institute of Retraining Specialists Agribusiness”  (Russia)
Partners:

Klaipeda University (Lithuania), The Warmia and Masuria Center of Agricultural Advisory Support (Poland), Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University  (Russia)

Total budget:
500 000,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
450 000,00 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:

2.3. Increasing competitiveness of SMEs and development of the labour market



The overall objective of the project is the improvement of living standards of the rural population of the main core areas of the Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI Cross-Border Cooperation Program 2007-2013.

Main results of the project implementation are the following:

• Assessment of rural border territories sustainable development applying sustainable development indicators. Establishing of information and methodological base of this issue.

• Evaluation of the modern situation and perspectives for development of rural entrepreneurship. Creation of information and methodological base of this problem.

• Creation of layer of professionally trained farmers and rural entrepreneurs through organization of training events, study tours and publication of recommendations for successful development of agricultural business also through recruitment of investors.

• Contribution to development of local initiatives and communities.

• Reservation and resurrection of cultural and cuisine traditions on rural border territories of Lithuania, Poland and Russia.


LPR1/010/088

Title of the project: Effective Governance for people
Lead Partner:
Civil Registry Office (Agency) Kaliningrad (Russia)
Partners:

Klaipeda City Municipality Administration (Lithuania)

Total budget:
1.111.111,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
1.000.000,00 EUR
Duration:
18 months
Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is to secure promotion of social interaction between public bodies from border areas through effective management of human and information resources. The main objective is planned to be achieved through upgrading of the electronic document management systems in the civil registry offices (Agency) in the Kaliningrad region (Russia) and Klaipeda region (Lithuania).

The project was designed to achieve a number of results:

1. Unify information system in civil registry offices of the Kaliningrad region (Russia). While achieving this result civil registry offices of the Kaliningrad region will be equipped with computer hardware and the premises of the offices will be renovated.

2. Staff of civil registry offices of the Kaliningrad region (Russia) will be prepared to work with the information system.

3. Working conditions of the employees in the civil registry office in Klaipeda region (Lithuania) will be improved.


LPR1/010/060

Name of the project: "Museums over the borders"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

Museum of Archaeology and History in Elblag (Poland)

Partners:

Museum “Friedland Gate” (Russia)

Total budget: 3 888 888,89 EUR
Programme contribution: 3 500 000,00 EUR
Duration:

24 months (September 2012 - August 2014)

Website of the project: http://www.mob.elblag.pl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The overall objective of the project is the increasing of the economic potential and deepening of the integration of the cross-border regions and promotion of joint innovative tourist products based on joint cultural heritage. It will encompass such cities as Elblag (Poland) and Kaliningrad (Russian Federation).

Main results which should be accomplished under the project include:


- Restoration and renovation of the premises of two partner museums in accordance with up-to-date standards for advanced public facilities and rules for storage of museum pieces.

- Number of joint events and information services which will serve to enhance the tourist attractiveness of two partner regions of the programme – Elblag and Kaliningrad – through implementation of modern technologies in the presentation of the joint cultural heritage and development of high quality integrated tourist products.

- Implementation of the joint educational programme into the partner museums and school classes of the partner cities.

- Creation of a standard scope of partnership and cooperation activity within the cross-border regions in the field of protection and preservation of cultural heritage and reactivation of the natural relations between Elblag and Kaliningrad residents.


LPR1/010/106

Title of the project: Partnership for the protection of waters of the cross-border area of Lithuania, Poland and Russia
Lead Partner:
Olecko Commune (Poland)
Partners:

Administration of Kazlu Ruda District Municipality (Lithuania), Administration of Gusev District Municipality (Russia)

Total budget:
3 667 580,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
3 300 822,00 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:

1.1. Sustainable use of environment



The overall objective of the project is the improvement of living conditions and standards of living of the inhabitants in the cross-border area covered by the project.

Main results which should be accomplished under the project include:

1. Reduction of emission of liquid wastes to rivers and lakes in the cross-border area by means of construction the sewerage and water supply systems in Olecko Commune (Poland) and Commune of Kazlu Ruda (Lithuania), service connection in Olecko Commune and sewage treatment plant in Kazlu Ruda Commune.

2. Creation of conditions to realize pro-ecology investments in the area of the Russian partner of the project by developing the technical documentation and feasibility study for the same type of construction works in Gusev (Russia).

3. Establishment of pro-ecology attitudes and reactions amongst inhabitants of the area covered by the project through elaboration of a cross-border joint strategy pertaining to the water conservation and organization of international seminar for discussion of the matter “How to save water” in Olecko (Poland) with participants from all partner countries.


LPR1/010/032

Title of the project: Programme for the prevention of postural disorders and scoliosis in children from small towns and rural areas
Lead Partner:
Federal State Budgetary Institution Pediatric Orthopedic Sanatorium “Pionersk” of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation (Russia)
Partner:

Voevodship Rehabilitation Hospital for Children in Ameryka settlement (Poland)

Total budget:
3 102 294,08 EUR
Programme Contribution:
2 792 064,67 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is reduction in the growth rates of acquiring of disability and improvement of the level and quality of life among children residing in towns and rural areas.

Main results of the project implementation are the following:

1. One fully operating mobile orthopaedic diagnostic laboratory established.

2. 8500 school-age children from small towns and rural areas of the Kaliningrad region of Russia and Warmian-Masurian Voevodship of Poland passed diagnostic examination under the programme for prevention of postural disorders and scoliosis. 1170 children passed inpatient treatment and prevention activities. About 1050 children exhibited improved objective medical indicators after implementation of treatment and prevention measures.

3. One unified systematized electronic database of children with postural disorders and scoliosis established and introduced.

4. One comprehensive treatment and prevention program to prevent postural disorders and scoliosis among children from small towns and rural areas implemented.

5. Medical facilities of sanatorium “Pionersk” and “Ameryka” hospital renovated and equipped.

6. 5 innovative algorithms for inpatient prevention and treatment of postural disorders developed.

7. 5 cross-border activities aimed at professional development of medical staff implemented.

8. Several publications done in order to fulfill the visibility rule and for potential experience exchange and information distribution purposes.


LPR1/010/090

Title of the project: Culture and Arts. Step II - New quality of education (Acronym: CULART II)
Lead Partner:
Association of Polish Communes of Euroregion Baltic (Poland)
Partner:

Community Foundation “Kaliningrad” (Russia), Regional state educational institution of additional professional education (raising qualification) of specialists of culture and art «Educational-Methodical Centre» (EMC) (Russia), Samogition Community Foundation (Lithuania)

Total budget:
377 777,78 EUR
Programme Contribution:
250 000,00 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is the development of human potential by improvement of educational opportunities. The developers of the project plan to undertake activities targeted at strengthening of cooperation and rising of qualification level of specialists of cultural institutions, and also at improving of representation of cultural facilities situated in the Programme area in the eyes of local society and in the Internet.

The project was designed to achieve number of estimated results:

1. Creation of a new integrated educational programme in culture, which will be oriented on labour market, on using the internet technologies and on involvement of cultural professionals from small towns. It is envisaged that this programme will be recognized and highly demanded by stakeholders and target groups of the project such as art-managers, specialists of culture and art.


2. Establishment of cooperation of cultural professionals from the neighboring countries aimed at increase of accessibility and ensuring of availability of new forms of education for cultural specialists and experts from Kaliningrad region, and border territories of Poland and Lithuania. The increased amount of cross-border cultural and art events will act as the indicator of effectiveness of this result.


LPR1/010/148

Title of the project: Development of Co-operation in Order to Improve Health Safety of the Population of the Russia – Lithuanian – Polish Borderland
Lead Partner:
Autonomous Public Health Maintenance Organization J. Sniadecki Voevodship Polyclinical Hospital in Bialystok (Poland)
Partner:

Public Institution Marijampole Hospital (Lithuania), Municipality Health Institution “Chernyakhovsk Central District Hospital” (Russia), Dr. Ludwik Rydygier Voevodship Hospital in Suwałki (Poland), Public Institution Tauragė Hospital (Lithuania), State Budgetary Institution of Health Care of Kaliningrad Region “Sovetsk Central Town Hospital” (Russia)

Total budget:
3 999 624,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
3 599 661,60 EUR
Duration:
18 months
Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is to establish new standards of cooperation between Polish, Lithuanian and Russian doctors which will contribute to the development of telemedicine as an effective tool in diagnostics of patients in the borderline area.

It is planned to achieve the following main results:

• Creation of conditions for the development and improvement of the digital diagnostic skills of doctors by purchasing specialized medical equipment;

• Improvement of the safety of patients by reducing the negative effects of medical examinations.


LPR1/010/120

Title of the project: Create4Compete – Creativity for boosting Competence and Competitiveness
Lead Partner:
Marijampole Branch Office of Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts (Lithuania)
Partners:
Kaunas Regional Development Agency (Lithuania), Kaliningrad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Russia), Fund “Victoria” (Russia)
Total budget:
395 539,84 EUR
Programme Contribution:
355 985,85 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.3. Increasing competitiveness of SMEs and development of the labour market



The overall objective of the project is concentrated upon the contribution to encouragement of competitiveness and cross-border co-operation of SMEs and business support structures among Lithuanian counties of Marijampole and Kaunas and Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation.

Main estimated results of the project are very punctual and measurable and include following points:

1) 4 business support organizations in Lithuanian counties of Marijampole and Kaunas and Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation strengthened.

2) 1 new innovative business support infrastructure (Business Support Operation-EXT coachers) for SMEs created and tested.

3) 130 SMEs coached in order to raise level of their competitiveness, entrepreneurship and cooperation.

4) Knowledge on innovations and creativity of 20 SMEs’ strengthened.

5) 20 companies having cross-border business capacities of competitiveness strengthened.

6) 3 networks for benefits of SMEs in the regions created and tested.

7) 2 groups of representatives of SMEs’ trained and coached to start and develop cross border business and cooperation.


LPR1/010/044

Title of the project: Baltic Amber Coast. Development of the Cross-border Area through Building up and Modernisation of Tourism Infrastructure. Part II.
Lead Partner:
Administration of "Yantarny Urban District" Municipality (Russia)
Partners:
Sztutowo Commune (Poland), Stegna Commune (Poland), Krynica Morska Municipality (Poland), Ustka Municipality (Poland)
Total budget:
1 363 066,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
1 226 759,40 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.1. Tourism development



The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the development of the tourist potential in the Programme area through improvement of capacity of tourism infrastructure in Yantarny municipality (Russia) and integration of Yantarny into tourist routes network.

Main estimated results of the project implementation are as follow:

- anchor tourism infrastructure object in Yantarny created - 1 promenade with a pier (both in general 2000 meters long) in Yantarny (Russia) is constructed ;

- input of the Russian side to the comprehensive cross-border touristic study “Baltic Amber Coast” elaborated;

- cross-border cooperation in the field of tourism development between relevant stakeholders (authorities, NGOs, tourist operators) in the cross-border area improved – over 90 organisations participated in workshops and conference organised within the frame of the project;

- public awareness of the tourist potential of Yantarny municipality increased through several publications in the press, on regional and partners’ websites, 3 TV reports made. One of the cross-border cooperation events became massive – over 1000 people from the cross-border area participated in sailing regatta and festival in Yantarny.


LPR1/010/023

Title of the project: „Warmia and Mazury – Kaliningrad Oblast. Working across borders”
Lead Partner:
Voivodeship Labour Office in Olsztyn (Poland)
Partners:
Agency of Employment in Kaliningrad Oblast (Russia)
Total budget:
156 385,85 EUR
Programme Contribution:
140 747,26 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.3. Increasing competitiveness of SMEs and development of labour market



The overall objective of the project is to increase the knowledge and skills of key staff of public employment services in Warminsko-Mazurskie Voivodeship and Kaliningrad Oblast.

Main estimated results of the project are as follow:

- Increased knowledge of vocational counselors and job placement agents in Voivodeship Labour Office in Olsztyn and Agency of Employment in Kaliningrad oblast, which would result into more effective employment processes in the project area;

- 80% project’s events participants will increase their work productivity and efficiency;

- Joint workshops, seminars, conferences organized;

- Bilingual publication - a manual of good practices in the field of counseling and job placement printed;

- Equipment as well as research tools - psychological tests and training games purchased;

- Information exchange and widening of the knowledge about situation on the labour market of both partners of the project, including employment problems of SMEs’ (statistic materials and other elaborations) are done on the regular basis;

- Further cooperation of both Partners in form of signing of partnership agreement is established;

- Opportunities for cooperation between labour market institutions, local and cross-border Partnerships (partnership forum) are created.


LPR1/010/079

Title of the project: "Citizens with Ecoinitiative"
Lead Partner:
Eco-Initiative Association (Poland)
Partners:
Non-Governmental Environmental Organization “ECODEFENSE!” (Russia)
Total budget:
317 655,77 EUR
Programme Contribution:
285 890,19 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities


Project website:                www.ecocitizen.eu

The overall objective of the project is concentrated on rising of the educational opportunities for the inhabitants of rural areas from Dolne Powiśle, a near-border territory of Poland, and Kaliningrad Oblast of the Russian Federation.

Main estimated results of the project implementation include the following:

1.  Creation of Polish-Russian cross-border cooperation network  of  socio- ecological  education instructors called ‘Academy with Eco-Initiative”.


2.  Training of a team of at least 15 persons of socio-environmental educators with created awareness of the cross-border character of environmental issues


3. Created concept of citizen and environmental education in rural areas.


4. Created educational program called „Citizen with Eco-Initiative” and publishing it in the form of a book.
 
5. Renovated “Zaułek Benowo” Community Center (Poland).


LPR1/010/051

Title of the project:

"Energy-efficient resource management – common models for small towns on the example of Kętrzyn and Svetly District"

Lead Partner:
Municipality Kętrzyn (Poland)
Partners:
Municipal Administration of Svetly District of Kaliningrad Region (Russia)
Total budget:
875 150,00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
787 635,00 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
1.1. Sustainable use of environment


Project website:                http://www.energooszczednosc.ketrzyn.pl/

The overall objective of the project is to reduce consumption of energy resources in utilities and housing in small towns.

Main estimated results of the project are as follow:


- common model of a comprehensive system of energy saving resources in the municipal and housing buildings (informational system on Energy Efficiency), based on two concepts and programme for their implementation created, published in hard copies (2000 items) and placed on the beneficiary’s website;

- feasibility studies (16) and audits of buildings (29) developed;

- 6 training workshops conducted for more than 80 listeners;

- 4 international working group meetings organized in order to develop the joint model of a comprehensive system for saving energy resources in municipal units;

- 3 international meetings of the Management Committee organized;

- 2 conferences organized;

- 2 pilot investment projects (renovation of kindergarten # 9 in the Svetly District, replacement of 200 windows in the Middle School No. 2 in Ketrzyn) launched;

- 1 film created and 2000 leaflets and 2000 brochures about the project published;

- 2 web links created to the existing web pages of the project partners, minimum 30 media ads placed.


LPR1/010/019

Title of the project: "Promotion of international social relations in the Šilalė – Mamonovo municipalities through sport"
Lead Partner:
Administration of Šilalė District Municipality (Lithuania)
Partners:
Municipal Organisational Administration of Mamonovo Town (Russia)
Total budget:
2,306,608.26 EUR
Programme Contribution:
2,075,947.43 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is to create the opportune environment for population pastime, sports activities and health-building aimed at the strengthening of social relationship of the local societies across the Lithuanian-Kaliningrad region borderland areas, to develop the cooperation network for the proactive operating of different social groups (i. a. youth, disabled, labour force) and the sport exchange activities.

Main results after the project implementation are the following:

• Reconstructed and equipped municipal stadium in Šilalė.

• Reconstructed municipal stadium in Mamonovo.

• Organised international sports events in Šilalė with demonstration and familiarisation with different sports types.

• International family sport camp organised in Mamonovo.

• Two groups of disabled persons composed and trained in Mamonovo and Šilalė.

• Organised international final conference with sport event in Šilalė.

• Implemented activities of information dissemination and project publicity.


LPR1/010/126

Title of the project: "Sport education on cross-border territory – preparation and building of sports stadiums in Ketrzyn Community and Ozyorsk"
Lead Partner:
Kętrzyn Community (Poland)
Partners:
Administration of Municipality of Ozyorsk Area (Russia)
Total budget:
649,094.16 EUR
Programme Contribution:
584,184.74 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is development of the cooperation between Warmia and Mazury Region (Poland) and Kaliningrad Region District (Russia) oriented at the improvement of cross-border sports education of the residents of these areas.

Main estimated results of the project can be defined as follow:


1. Increase in the number of residents of Kętrzyn and Ozyorsk areas having access to the sport education and sport facilities.

2. Modernized sport field in Lazdoje and prepared technical documentation on the renovation of the Sports School and creation of the football pitch in Ozyorsk.

3. Study visit and workshops on different sports types for the physical education teachers, sport trainers and instructors, sport lessons, workshops and competitions/tournaments for children, teenagers and adults organized in Kętrzyn and Ozyorsk Districts.


LPR1/010/151

Title of the project: "Health is the most important – health prophylactic of inhabitants in Ozyorsk and Kętrzyn Community"
Lead Partner:
Kętrzyn Community (Poland)
Partners:
Municipality of Ozyorsk Area (Russia)
Total budget:
217,764.56 EUR
Programme Contribution:
195,988.10 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is the development of the cooperation between local governments of Kętrzyn Community (Poland) and Ozyorsk District (Kaliningrad region of Russia) focused on health improvement of the citizens of both project areas.

Main estimated results of the project are listed below:


1. Prevention campaigns and health education aimed at the improvement of health.

2. Increase in the number of medically examined persons.

3. Renovation of Community Medical Point in Parcz and School Nurse's Cabinet in Biedaszki as well as purchasing of additional equipment for doctors’ offices and school nurses’ station in Kętrzyn and hospital in Ozyorsk.


LPR1/010/152

Title of the project: "Construction of Sport-Recreational Complex in Special School-Educational Center in Węgorzewo"
Lead Partner:
Węgorzewski Poviat (Poland)
Partners:
Administration of Ozersk municipal district (Russia)
Total budget:
593 727.31 EUR
Programme Contribution:
534 354.58 EUR
Duration:
22 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is to develop the human potential by improvement of social conditions and equalization of educational opportunities of Węgorzewski Poviat (Poland) and Ozersk region (Russia).

Main estimated results of the project are as follow:


1. Construction of Sport-Recreational Complex in Special School-Educational Center in Węgorzewo including three sport facilities – fully equipped gym, football pitch and multifunctional pitch with overall floorage of 2247.31 m2.

2. Organization of rehabilitation camps for 50 persons from Ozersk municipality and 10 caretakers from the center in Węgorzewo. One turn is planned for 14 days and include work with young people from the Center in the constructed sports and recreation park.

3. Organization of sport recreation contest in form of two tours for 100 people (50 from Ozersk region and 50 from Poland). Each tour planned to be organized in different locations.

4. Organization of training workshops for schoolteachers from Russia and Poland (40 participants from two project regions).


LPR1/010/001

Title of the project: "Lagoons as crossroads for tourism and interactions of peoples of South-East Baltic: from the history to present (CROSSROADS 2.0)"
Lead Partner:
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russia)
Partners:
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russia), Kaliningrad Regional Museum of History and Arts (Russia), Kaliningrad regional youth public organisation “Traditional group “Speaking Water” (Russia), Administration of Federal State Establishment “National park “Curonian Spit” (Russia), Administration of Zelenogradsk district authority (Russia), Agency for Tourism of the Kaliningrad region (Russia), The “Elblag-Europa” Association (Poland), Scientific Association “Pruthenia” (Poland), Folk Architecture Museum and Ethnographic Park in Olsztynek (Poland), Polish Maritime Museum in Gdansk (Poland), European Found for Monument Protection (Poland), Administration of Neringa Municipality (Lithuania), Klaipeda University (Lithuania)
Total budget:
1 840 847.80 EUR
Programme Contribution:
1 656 763.02 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.1. Tourism development



The overall objective of the project is the improvement of attractiveness and competitiveness of Lithuania-Poland-Kaliningrad region cross-border area adjacent to the Curonian and Vistula lagoons in order to raise tourist inflow.

Main estimated results of the project are the following:


1. Open air museum is constructed in Kaliningrad (Russia), museum in Neringa municipality is renovated (Lithuania), technical documentation for open air museums developed in Lithuania and Poland – with their further inclusion into network of Baltic open-air museums.

2. Recommendations for making proposals to the local SME centres to conduct business in the coastal area of Curonian and Vistula lagoons are developed.

3. Interactive tourist products (events) forming the unique image of the lagoon area (Viking epoch) are developed in Poland, Russia and Lithuania.

4. New cross-border tourist routes within Curonian and Vistula lagoons are elaborated and tested by Klaipeda University.

5. Guides, interpreters and museum workers from Vistula and Curonian lagoon area are trained and certified under the tourism agency of Kaliningrad region (Russia).

6. Tutorial for guides and interpreters working within lagoon area is issued in 4 languages by Baltic Federal University (Russia).

7. The Master level course (academic value 4,5 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) to increase qualification of guides and interpreters is elaborated and included into curricula of tourism and services faculties of Klaipeda University (Lithuania) and Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russia).

8. Two updated exhibitions "Lagoons and crossroads" and "Maritime Cultural landscape" are organized in Poland and Lithuania by Kaliningrad regional Museum of History and Arts.

9. Two catalogues “Cultural and historical heritage objects located in the cross-border area of Lithuania, Poland and Kaliningrad region of Russia adjacent to the Curonian and Vistula lagoons” and “Traditions of the peoples of the cross-border area of Lithuania, Poland and Kaliningrad region of Russia adjacent to the Curonian and Vistula lagoons” issued in 4 languages and distributed between tourist agencies, authorities and tourism information centres of project area.

10. The Common Strategy and Action Plan on conservation and sustainable use of natural, cultural and historical heritage of cross-border area of Lithuania, Poland and Kaliningrad region of Russia adjacent to the Curonian and Vistula lagoons elaborated by European Found for Monument Protection and approved by authorities of the project area.

11. Students and academicians from Polish Maritime Museum, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russia), Klaipeda University (Lithuania) and Scientific Association “Pruthenia” from Polish town Olsztyn obtained new knowledge and exchanged information about common historical and cultural heritage of cross-border area.

12. Two books “Tales, Myths and legends of Ancient Prussia” and "Peoples of the South-Eastern Baltic in the Viking epoch" issued in 4 languages.


LPR1/010/031

Title of the project: "High Quality Surgery over Borders"
Lead Partner:
Regional Clinical Hospital of the Kaliningrad region (Russia)
Partners:
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University Medical Department (Russia), University of Warmia and Mazury Medical Department (Poland), University Hospital of the University of Warmia and Mazury (Poland)
Total budget:
2 222 222.22 EUR
Programme Contribution:
2 000 000.00 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is the foundation of the transboundary system of education and advanced training for surgeons in the Programme area (the Kaliningrad Region of the Russian Federation and the Warmia-and-Mazurian Voivodeship of Poland) through creation of the transboundary educational centers in Kaliningrad (Russia) and Olsztyn (Poland).

Main estimated results of the project are listed below:


1. The founding and equipment of the transboundary Educational Center for surgeons reducing the number of medical errors (including fatal) and statistical risk indicators for high-tech medical and surgical care.

2. Arrangement of the Centres’ activity; training (education) of Centres’ staff and the pilot groups of doctors and students providing the number of certified and trained for work on the Centres’ equipment medical specialists in Kaliningrad and Warmia-and-Mazurian Voivodeship.

3. Establishment of the system, ensuring the effective project management and Centres’ activity after the end of the Action.


LPR1/010/073

Title of the project: "Good governance and cooperation - response to common challenges in public finance"
Lead Partner:
Ministry of Finance of the Kaliningrad region (Russia)
Partners:
Municipality of Gdansk (Poland), Municipality of Gdynia (Poland)
Total budget:
1 276 734.27 EUR
Programme Contribution:
1 149 060.85 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the economic and social development of territories by better quality of public finance management through increase of its effectiveness by automation.

Main estimated results of the project are listed below:


1. IT tools for long term financial planning, capital investment planning, program-target method, public service provision are worked out and implemented on regional and municipal levels provided with necessary methodologies and legislative support.

2. Independent public examination is straightened by methodology, external experts are trained. Methodology and necessary legislative support is published and disseminated for public.

3. Municipal finance management monitoring system is introduced to municipalities of the Kaliningrad region.

4. Register of liabilities in all municipalities of the Kaliningrad region is provided by analytic and calculation methodology.

5. Public Private Partnership (PPP) system use is supported by methodology in all municipalities of the Kaliningrad region.

6. Public servants are trained on all the subjects covered the Project.

7. Public procurement is supported by special IT tool, Polish business representatives are trained to participate in Russian public procurement.

8. The most important and actual literature on public finance and public finance law is collected, systematized and translated.


LPR1/010/102

Title of the project: "The cross-border areas and cooperation development supported by the construction of sports infrastructure in Górowo Iławeckie and Bagrationovsk"
Lead Partner:
Municipality Górowo Iławeckie (Poland)
Partners:
Bagrationovsk District municipality (Russia)
Total budget:
3 805 858.42 EUR
Programme Contribution:
3 425 272.58 EUR
Duration:
17 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is to develop the human potential by improving social conditions, governance and educational opportunities.

Main estimated results of the project are as follow:


- 1 stadium in Górowo Iławeckie (Poland) built;

- 1 sports hall in Bagrationovsk (Russia) built;

- 1 sport event in Poland (three-day event in form of sport contest in Górowo Iławeckie for 80 persons) organized;

- 1 sport event in Kaliningrad Oblast (three-day event in form of sport contest in Bagrationovsk for 80 persons) organized;

- the book by the title of “15 years of the cross-border cooperation of partner self-government bodies - Municipality Górowo Iławeckie and Bagrationovsk District” prepared in Polish and Russian language.


LPR1/010/167

Title of the project: "Cooperation in building up a library for family"
Lead Partner:
Marijampole Petras Kriauciunas Public Library (Lithuania)
Partners:
Chernyakhovsk municipal institution “Centralized Library System” (Russia)
Total budget:
257 881.64 EUR
Programme Contribution:
232 093.47 EUR
Duration:
18 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions governance and educational opportunities



The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the improving of family educational, informational and cultural environment, contributing to cross-border social and economic development.

Main estimated direst results of the project are listed below:


1. One library in Marijampole (Lithuania) of 289 m2 in area reconstructed.

2. One library in Chernyakhovsk (Russia) of 226.9 m2 in area renovated.

3. Functional zones with equipment adapted for users’ needs set up in two libraries, 2 sets of books,  music, games and film records in CD and DVD formats purchased.

4. One website designed in Russian, Lithuanian and English languages for dissemination of information, cognition, partnership and cooperation

5. Two exhibitions of creative works, two mobile exhibitions and 10 meetings of “Reading Families’ Club” organized.

6. One educational programme developed for further organization of 96-hours introductory training courses in Marijampole (10 events for 70 participants) and Chernyakhovsk (10 events for 60 participants).

7. Published publication "Library for family: challenges and opportunities " (500 copies).

8. One joint international conference organized for 100 participants in Marijampole (Lithuania) in order to summarize the results of project partnership and cooperation of libraries while realizing the concept “A Library for Family”.


LPR1/010/006

Title of the project: "Improvement of the attractiveness of north-eastern Poland and Kaliningrad Region by developing and promoting shared tourist trails"
Lead Partner:
Association of Communes “Polish Gothic Castles” (Poland)
Partners:
Association of Communes “Polish Gothic Castles” (Poland), The Government of the Kaliningrad Region Agency for Tourism (Russia), the Government of the Province of Warmia and Mazury (Poland), the Commune of Olsztyn (Poland)
Total budget:
128 000.00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
115 200.00 EUR
Duration:
22 months
Measure:
2.1. Tourism development



The overall objective of the project is to improve the efficiency of cooperation between 4 partners of the Action in order to maintain and promote the common cultural heritage of the north-eastern part of Poland and Kaliningrad region of the Russian Federation.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:


1. Strengthening of the cooperation between three regional governments, one non-profit organization and 18 educational institutions form partner regions in the field of historical heritage by co-financing of two Polish-Russian application forms in the area of preservation or promotion of it.

2. Cooperation network between two neighbour states in producing and promoting cross-border tourist trails created through developing of new tourist product connecting the north-eastern part of Poland with Kaliningrad region.

3. Strengthening and expanding the knowledge of the youngest residents of the partner regions about the history of their country and its neighbour by working out one Polish-Russian application form concerning mutual undertakings for children and youth from partner regions.

4. Two tourist offers developed for Polish travel agencies in form of tourist trails (part of complete routes).


LPR1/010/030

Title of the project: "Development of modern ambulance station based on the reconstruction of infrastructure, increase of medical assistance and experience in cross-border cooperation region"
Lead Partner:
State budgetary health care of Kaliningrad region “City ambulance station” (Russia)
Partners:
Provincial Integrated Hospital in Elblag (Poland)
Total budget:
2 752 023.86 EUR
Programme Contribution:
2 476 821.47EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities



The project aimed at the availability of timely, professional and effective assistance to Kaliningrad inhabitants in case of treatment in an ambulance which is going to be achieved through reconstruction and modernization of the Kaliningrad city ambulance station building, purchase of ambulance cars and equipment.

Main estimated results of the project are the following:


1. Building of the Kaliningrad city ambulance station reconstructed.

2. Furniture and equipment for proper functioning of the ambulance station purchased.

3. Office equipment for project realization purchased and after finalization of the project transferred to the Kaliningrad city station.

4. Four new ambulance cars purchased.

5. Four defibrillators for ambulance cars purchased.

6. Two trainings for Polish medical personnel organized.

7. One project web-site created and maintained.

8. Six project group meetings on realization organized.

9. One seminar in Kaliningrad on ambulance standards organized.


LPR1/010/185

Title of the project: "Creation of Tourist Route from the Tilsit Peace Treaty of 1807 to Tauroggen Convention of 1812"
Lead Partner:
Tauragė District Municipality Administration (Lithuania)
Partners:
Administration of Sovetsk City District (Russia)
Total budget:
2 888 888.89 EUR
Programme Contribution:
2 600 000.00 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.1. Tourism development



The overall objective of the project is to preserve, renew and adopt for tourist needs the historical-cultural heritage of Lithuania and the Kaliningrad region (Russia) and to increase local and foreign tourist flows through creation of an international tourist route.

Main estimated results of the project are listed below:


1. Office equipment and furniture shall be purchased for the project management at the Administration of Sovetsk City District in Sovetsk (Russia).

2. The monument of Queen Louise restored on the historic site in Sovetsk (Russia) and the central avenue of the town park landscaped from the entrance arch to the memorial site with the installation of 14 benches and 14 light poles.

3. Memorial sign “The Napoleon’s lime tree” in Sovetsk designed and installed: landscaping works of the area around performed and the fragments of the historical raft restored.

4. Tourist route “Along the Road of the Tilsit Peace” shall be created in Sovetsk, consisting of 11 points, each equipped with informational stand-navigators with banners and one screen monitor. The open-air layout of the Tilsit town in 1807 will be installed and 10 x 13 m size map will be prepared and attached to the wall of the History Museum of Sovetsk.

5. International procession on the tourist route in Sovetsk attended by the clubs of historical reconstruction of Lithuania and the Kaliningrad district, followed by the international research and practice conference and temporary exhibition “From Tilsit Peace Treaty to the Tauroggen convention”. A number of printing materials produced confined to the above mentioned events.

6. A pedestrian-cyclist bridge across the Jūra River built in Tauragė (Lithuania).

7. A cycle lane of 1.5-3 meter width from the bridge across the Jūra River up to Lauksargiai village constructed in Tauragė district (Lithuania).

8. The infrastructure of the monument of Tauroggen Convention shall be improved including construction of a parking lot for 15 cars near the monument, building of a bridge across the Ežeruona River and asphalting of the 2.2 km road to the monument in Tauragė district (Lithuania).

9. Base of the monument of the Tauroggen Convention shall be restored in Staiginė village (Lithuania).

10. Kick-off and final project conferences shall be organised in Tauragė district (Lithuania).


LPR1/010/143

Title of the project: "Opportunities and Benefits of Joint Use of the Vistula Lagoon"
Lead Partner:
Maritime Institute in Gdansk (Poland)
Partners:
Atlantic Branch of P.P.Shirshov Institute of Oceanology of Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia), Immanuel Kant State University (Russia), City Commune of Elbląg (Poland), Administration of the Municipal District of Baltijsk (Russia)
Total budget:
1 078 270.00 EUR
Programme Contribution:
970 443.00 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.4. Joint spatial and socio-economic planning



The overall objective of the project is the intensification of socioeconomic cooperation among regions of Vistula Lagoon. Specific objectives which will support the overall idea incorporate several soft activities.

Main estimated results of the project are as follow:

1. Increased knowledge of opportunities behind common cooperation towards optimal realization of Vistula Lagoon socioeconomic potential through preparation of several reports on natural environment and socioeconomic conditions of the Vistula Lagoon and creation of the catalogue on transport infrastructure.

2. Increased number of regional initiatives improving territorial accessibility and cross-border mobility through organization of the seminar on trans-regional cooperation in Vistula Lagoon region.

3. Improved attractiveness of Vistula Lagoon region, regarding tourist and natural environment established on the conference on the objective of common regional development and recommendations and guidelines for future cooperation around Vistula Lagoon, through series of dedicated seminars and study visits.


4. Two Handbooks published: first on the Baltic port development in the context of spatial planning, second on sustainable development in Vistula Lagoon region.

5. Roadmap for future common activities created.

6. Transborder cooperation enhanced through public consultations in Poland and Russia on future development on Vistula Lagoon and on spatial planning.

7.  Increased visibility of Vistula Lagoon Region through Beneficiary’s and partners’ participation in external promotion fairs and conferences.


LPR1/010/093

Title of the project: "The development of active tourism as a common ground for the Polish - Russian cooperation"
Lead Partner:
The Municipality of Ełk (Poland)
Partners:
Oziersk Town Administration (Russia)
Total budget:
458 268.84 EUR
Programme Contribution:
412 441.95 EUR
Duration:
24 months
Measure:
2.1. Tourism development



The main objective of the project is to promote social, economic and spatial development by developing the tourism opportunities of Elk and Oziersk through establishing and promoting the cross-border tourism cooperation between local governments.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:


1. Rope parks constructed in two partner towns of Elk (Poland) and Oziersk (Russia).

2. Information about the accommodation opportunities, catering, culinary offers and tourist facilities (such as rope parks, sport facilities, hiking trails etc.) collected.

3. Tourist information system in the form of a Multilanguage website designed.

4. Tourism promotion system introduced (the DVD with a guided walk through the towns developed, released and distributed among the inhabitants and tourists).


LPR1/010/109

Title of the project: "Improvement of public areas' infrastructure to increase tourism attractiveness in the cross-border region"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

The City of Suwałki (Poland)

Partners: Administration of the municipal entity "Chernyakhovsk Urban Settlement” (Russia), Administration of the Guryevsky Municipal District (Russia)
Total budget:
2 055 858.46 EUR
Programme contribution: 1 850 272.61 EUR
Duration:

18 months (January 2013 – June 2014)

Project website:

www.um.suwalki.pl



The overall objective of the project is to promote the sustainable development of the cross-border tourism through preparation of the infrastructure for it and creation of places for public events such as open-air concerts, exhibitions, festivals and Town days in the Polish-Lithuania-Russian cross-border region.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1) The European Square in Suwałki (Poland) was reconstructed (2nd stage of the construction works was finalised).

2) The part of the city park in Chernyakhovsk (Russia) was reconstructed.

3) Project documentation for the reconstruction of a city park in Guryevsk was developed.

Validity: 17.01.2013


LPR1/010/150

Title of the project: "Active young people alive monuments"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

Administration of Suwalski District (Poland)

Partners: Local government of Kalvaria (Lithuania), local government of Ozersk district (Russia)
Total budget:
2 985 350.06 EUR
Programme contribution: 2 686 815.05 EUR
Duration:

24 months (December 2012 – December 2014)

Project website:
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The overall objective of the project is to showcase cultural heritage sites in order to make border area of Poland, Lithuania and the Kaliningrad region of Russian Federation more attractive tourist destination through improving the accessibility of cultural heritage sites by their renovation and adaptation for tourist needs and promotion of joint tourism product – cross-border meeting points for young people under the title of “Active young people alive monuments”.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1. Renovation and equipment of one historic building of Tourist Service Center in Dowspuda (Poland) (518.12 m2).

2. Renovation and equipment of one historic building of the Youth Pilgrimage Center in Kalvaria (Lithuania) (757.31 2).

3. Renovation and equipment of one historic building of International Center for Children and Youth’s Creativity Development in Ozersk (Russia) (849.5 m2).

4. Organization of 2 7-day sessions of the Youth camp in Dowspuda (Poland) for 42 participants each.

5. Organization of 7-day Youth camp in Kalvaria (Lithuania) for 42 participants.

6. Organization of 7-day Youth camp in Ozersk (Russia) for 42 participants.

7. Publication of a four-language brochure “Active young people alive monuments” (total of 200 copies).

8. Publication of a four-language brochure promoting tourist product (total of 2000 copies) in order to increase the awareness by 20% after the finalization of the project.

9. Production of a calendar for 2015 promoting the renovated cultural heritage sites (total of 600 copies).

10. Preparation of technical documentation for the renovation of the historic Horse Post Station in Kalvaria, historical part of the city itself and Evangelical-Lutheran Church (Lithuania).

11. Implementation of visibility actions – production of information boards, plaques, press releases, roll-ups, banners and other promotional materials.

Validity: 08.01.2013


LPR1/010/095

Title of the project: "Office for promoting entrepreneurship"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Entrepreneurship and innovation

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.3. Increasing competitiveness of SMEs and development of the labour market

Lead Partner:

The Municipality of Ełk (Poland)

Partners: Oziersk Town Administration (Russia)
Total budget:
204 946.18 EUR
Programme contribution: 184 451.56 EUR
Duration:

24 months (December 2012 – December 2014)

Project website:
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The main objective of the project is to promote social, economic and spatial development establishing and promoting cross-border cooperation between small and medium-sized businesses, business organizations and local governments supporting the entrepreneurship.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1. Facility for cross-border cooperation in the form of business support services fully operates in Elk (Poland) and developed in Oziersk (Russia).

2. Joint promotion and marketing activities are carried out contributing to the availability of the access to up-to-date and reliable information necessary for establishing of a business, to the stimulation of joint trade and investment through the implementation of marketing actions, to the gathering and sharing of information on the labour market situation in partner regions.

3. Knowledge of 30 unemployed participating in trainings on entrepreneurship, fundraising, increased.

4. Cooperation between 20 entrepreneurs from Oziersk and 20 from Elk is established.

5. Awareness of the social network marketing and innovations in technology is increased.

6. Motivation and active job search among the unemployed involved in the project are increased – 10 unemployed have started their own business.

7. Number of professional consultations for businesses and individuals willing to launch own business is 864.

8. Counselling with total number of 1152 hours provided within the framework of the project.

Validity: 17.01.2013


LPR1/010/123

Title of the project: "Common paths - the development of tourism attractiveness in Malbork and Svetly"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

Municipality of Malbork (Poland)

Partners: Municipality of Svetly (Russia)
Total budget:
962 655.40 EUR
Programme contribution: 866 389.86 EUR
Duration:

20 months (December 2012 – July 2014)

Project website:
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The main objective of the project is to increase the tourism attractiveness of the towns of Malbork and Svetly through the enhancement of potential of the existing tourist infrastructure.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1. The ruins of the walls in Malbork (Poland) technically upgraded.

2. Park along the canal bank in Svetly (Russia) beautified.

3. Technical documentation for architecture and planning solutions for the parks and squares of the city, the reconstruction of the waterfront, on land development engineering in Svetly (Russia) developed.

4. Technical documentation for town boulevards in the town of Malbork (Poland) developed.

5. Concept of recreational and tourist zone in Svetly urban district (Russia) improved.

6. Experience exchange between project partners on the improvement of urban areas occurred.

7. Good-neighbourly relations strengthened, information space created, the interest in history and cultures among the partner countries population formed, various activities in order to promote the project that will attract tourist flows and empower recreation of the Svetly district (Russia) residents organized and carried out.

8. Infrastructure developed within the project made available for the disabled persons and their needs took into account during preparation of the technical documentation.

Validity: 17.01.2013


LPR1/010/156

Title of the project: "Borderland Atlantis – transborder cultural trail"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

Borderland Foundation (Poland)

Partners: Kedainiai Regional Museum (Lithuania), Kaliningrad regional organization of writers (Russia), Center “Borderland of Arts, Cultures, Nations” (Russia)
Total budget:
266 244.91 EUR
Programme contribution: 239 247.68 EUR
Duration:

24 months (December 2012 – December 2014)

Project website:
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The project is aimed at the development of the cooperation between cross-border regions as well as contribution to the development of the good neighbourly cooperation based on partnership between Poland, Lithuania and Russian Federation.

Main estimated results of the project are the following:


1. Creation of “The Cultural Trail of Borderland Atlantis” uniting such towns as Krasnogruda-Sejny (Poland), Kėdainiai (Lithuania) and Kaliningrad (Russia) as the first pioneer section of the European Trail of Dialogue.

2. Publication of “The Guide of the Cultural Trail of the Borderland Atlantis: Krasnogruda-Sejny, Kėdainiai, Kaliningrad”.

3. Digital collection of 23 books and other materials (digitalised postcards from rich
Borderland Center collection) in English, Russia, Lithuanian and Polish, available for wide public.

4. Web-site about the project activities and project partners.


5. Organization of “Borderland Atlantis” multimedia exhibition, serving as an educational tool.

6. Training of six trail guides.

7. Elaboration of sample lesson plans in reference to all three countries which in the future could be implemented in the schools for children and youth.

Validity: 22.01.2013.

LPR1/010/050

Title of the project: "The towns of Kętrzyn and Svetly as Cross-border Physical Culture Centres thanks to the development of the public services connected with the integration of the sensitive Groups with the help of active cross-border cooperation"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Health/Sport

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions (sphere, sector etc.) governance and educational opportunities

Lead Partner:

Municipality of Kętrzyn (Poland)

Partners: Municipality of Svetly District (Russia)
Total budget:
607 791.87 EUR
Programme contribution: 547 012.68 EUR
Duration:

24 months (December 2012 – December 2014)

Project website:
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The overall objective of the action is the creation of conditions for intercultural dialogue and decreasing of the social exclusions risk of the sensitive groups.

Main estimated results of the project are the following:


1. Two concepts for the establishment of the system of public services and two programmes for their implementation supporting the integration of the sensitive groups into local community of small towns on the examples of of Kętrzyn (Poland) and Svetly (Russia) developed.

2. Complete two technical documentations of the Cross-Border Physical Culture Centers in Kętrzyn and Svetly elaborated.

3. Qualifications of the employees in the system of public services in Kętrzyn and Svetly improved through their participation in 4 thematic workshops (number of trained persons during general block – 140; number of certificates confirming the upgrade of the qualifications in other three workshops – 90) and two-day study visit for 45 participants of the workshops in Svetly (Russia).

4. Kick-off (80 participants) and final (150 participants) project conferences organized.

5. Two-day Paralympics organized for 60 participants.

6. Two integration trips for 60 participants of  the Paralympics organized.

Validity: 22.01.2013

LPR1/010/089

Title of the project: "Development of modern emergency medicine units through the infrastructure modernization,  extending of decisions support systems and increasing medical benefits based on the cross-border cooperation"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Health

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions (sphere, sector etc.) governance and educational opportunities

Lead Partner:

Provincial Integrated Hospital in Elbląg (Poland)

Partners: State budgetary health care of Kaliningrad region "City ambulance station" (Russia)
Total budget:
2 188 386,27 EUR
Programme contribution: 1 969 547,64 EUR
Duration:

24 months (November 2012 – October 2014)

Project website:
www.szpital.elblag.pl



Overall objective of the action is efficiency improvement of functioning of medical lifesaving services in the cross-border area of Poland and Russia through modernization of emergency medicine units’ base and standards’ increasing of services delivered by the beneficiary and its partner.


Main estimated results of the project are as follows:


1) Improvement of the accessibility of the medical infrastructure and better efficiency of medical services by shortening the time necessary to reach and diagnose the patient due to usage of new equipment for teletransmitting Electrocardiograms and filed ambulance monitoring.

2) Provision of faster service for patients injured in the accidents.

3) Creation of better education infrastructure for paramedics and other emergency service’s employees.

4) Improvement of good practices exchange in the field of international standards of paramedic emergency service.

5) Creation of common standards in paramedic emergency service.

6) Raising the level of knowledge in the fields of IT system in Kaliningrad and European standards of paramedic emergency.

7) Raising the awareness and knowledge of first aid.


Validity: 14.01.2013

LPR1/010/110

Title of the project: "Improvement of water purity of the Baltic Sea through development of water management systems – II stage"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Environmental protection

Priority:

1. Contributing to solving common problems and challenges

Measure:

1.1 Sustainable use of environment

Lead Partner:

Klaipeda City Municipality Administration (Lithuania)

Partners: Administration of the municipality Svetlogorskiy district (Russia), State autonomous educational institution of additional education of children "Kaliningrad Regional Children -Youth Centre for Environment, Local Lore and Tourism” (Ecological centre) (Russia)
Total budget:
3 999 930.00 EUR
Programme contribution: 3 599 937.00 EUR
Duration:

24 months (January 2013 – December 2014)

Project website:
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The overall objective of the project is to contribute to reduction of the quantity of contaminants from rain and surface waters drained into the Baltic Sea from the south-eastern part of the Baltic Sea Region.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:


1. Rain and surface water treatment systems are constructed in Klaipeda (Lithuania).

2. Local sewage treatment engineer systems are constructed in the settlement Primorie of Svetlogorskiy district municipality of the Kaliningrad region (Russia).

3. Feasibility study for construction of the international ecological camp in the settlement Primorie of Svetlogorskiy district of the Kaliningrad region (Russia) is prepared.

4. Operation efficiency of water treatment systems and qualification of municipal officials in managing water systems, both aiming to preserve water environment of the Baltic Sea, are raised.

5. The system of non-formal ecological education of children and youth is developed in the partner countries.

6. Awareness is raised and conditions are created for engaging local community in the process of counteracting ecological problems and preventing contamination of the Baltic Sea waters.

7. Efforts of the territories of the western Lithuania and western part of the Kaliningrad region in solving the problems of contamination of the Baltic Sea by rain and surface drainage waters are united through engagement of coastal municipalities of the Kaliningrad region into the infrastructural cross-border cooperation network, which was established during the project RAINNET 1.

8. Experience/skills of international project management teams of the partners are improved.


Validity: 21.01.2013.

LPR1/010/039

Title of the project: "Improvement environmental at the Lithuanian – Russian border"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Environmental protection

Priority:

1. Contributing to solving common problems and challenges

Measure:

1.1 Sustainable use of environment

Lead Partner:

Klaipeda City Municipality Administration (Lithuania)

Partners: Administration of Neman Municipal District (Russia)
Total budget:
4 318 344.90 EUR
Programme contribution: 3 886 510.4 EUR
Duration:

24 months (January 2013 – December 2014)

Project website:
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The overall objective of the project is the Lithuania-Russian cooperation in solving common environmental problems which can be established by way of achieving following specific objectives – improvement of the ecological situation in the Neman river basin and the Curonian Lagoon, construction of the leachate and waste water treatment plants in the landfills of Dumpiai village (Klaipeda, Lithuania) and Neman town (the Kaliningrad region, Russia), re-cultivation and closing of the landfill in Neman, promotion of activities and its results.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:


1. The landfill wastewater and leachate are cleaned in Dumpiai (Klaipeda, Lithuania) and Neman (the Kaliningrad region, Russia).

2. Two sources of water pollution are removed in Klaipeda and Neman districts.

3. Constant monitoring is carried out testing surface water samples.

4. The landfill in Neman town is re-cultivated and planted (5 ha), the area and source of pollution are fixed.

5. Three conferences are organized.

6. 2 information stands and 2 permanent stands are erected within the project location.

7. 4 articles are published in local newspaper; information about the implementation of the project is being posted on two websites.

Validity: 21.01.2013.

LPR1/010/038

Title of the project: "Development of Tourist-Recreational Infrastructure on the basis of Restoration and Preservation of Historical-Cultural Heritage of the Urban Parks"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development 

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

Administration of Jurbarkas District Municipality (Lithuania)

Partners: Administration of Kaliningrad City District (Russia)
Total budget:
2 863 199.51 EUR
Programme contribution: 2 576 879.55 EUR
Duration:

22 months (January 2013 – October 2014)

Project website:
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Overall objective of the project: To contribute to promotion of economic and social development of Jurbarkas District and Kaliningrad City by cooperating in tackling common problems of tourism infrastructure development.


Main estimated results of the project are the following:

1. Jurbarkas Mansion Park and Kaliningrad “Maks Ashmann” parks are put in order;

2. The exposition “Jurbarkas for Tourists” is established;

3. The publications “Jurbarkas Mansion Yesterday and Today”, “Jurbarkas – a Region for Tourists”, “Lithuania–Kaliningrad” and “Management of Parks as Tourism-Recreational Objects” are issued;

4. The Russian language is introduced on the Jurbarkas tourism website;

5. Two festivals “Continuation of the 19th century S.Vasilčikov Mansion Traditions” are organised;

6. The romance song evenings at the Russian orthodox church of Jurbarkas Mansion are organised;

7. The exhibition “The Green Attire of Kaliningrad” is prepared;

8. The conferences and seminars “Use of Recreation Territories and Cultural Heritage Objects for Public Needs”, “Development of urban parks as objects of tourism recreation” and “Green zones as a part of positive image of the city” are held;

9. The creative camps for Kaliningrad City technical university students and Jurbarkas town schoolchildren are organised.


Validity: 15.01.2013.

LPR1/010/002

Title of the project: "Close Stranger: promoting mutual understanding between population of Gdansk, Kaliningrad and Klaipeda through facilitation of exchange in the field of contemporary arts and culture"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development 

Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions (sphere, sector etc.) governance and educational opportunities

Lead Partner:

Baltic Branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts (Russia)

Partners: Municipal public cultural institution Centre for Contemporary Arts «Laznia» (Gdansk, Poland), Municipal public cultural institution Klaipeda Culture Communication Centre (Klaipeda, Lithuania)
Total budget:
873 795,59 EUR
Programme contribution: 768 940,12 EUR
Duration:

24 months (December 2012 – December 2014)

Project website:

www.ncca-Kaliningrad.ru, www.ncca.ru, www.laznia.pl, www.kulturpolis.lt

 



The overall objective of the project is to develop contemporary culture exchange and promote mutual understanding between population of Gdansk (Poland), Kaliningrad (Russia) and Klaipeda (Lithuania). The specific objectives of the project covers facilitation of tripartite exchange within a cross-border network of institutions and professionals working in the field of contemporary arts and culture in three partner cities and dissemination of information about contemporary artistic, cultural and social issues on the territory of the project in three Programme’s countries of Russia, Poland and Lithuania.


Main estimated results of the project are as follows:


1) 25 trilateral and 55 bilateral artistic events were implemented with the involvement of at least three public institutions and 80 contemporary arts and culture professionals from Kaliningrad (Russia), Poland and Lithuania.

2) Over 80 contemporary arts and culture professionals including artists, curators, musicians and writers from Kaliningrad, Gdansk and Klaipeda visited partner countries, explored their current cultural and social realities, shared expertise with local colleagues and wider audiences and jointly created 54 works of art basing on that.

3) Online data base with over 150 article of information content on contemporary arts and culture in Kaliningrad, Gdansk and Klaipeda was develop in 4 languages, 7 catalogues/leaflet (8500 copies in total) were published and distributed among the target groups of the project.

4) Over 22 000 people from three partner cities visited project events and with the aid of 140 art-works, presented within project framework, get information about contemporary cultural and social processes in the neighbouring countries.

5) 9 art training programs, facilitating the comprehension of art of the neighbouring countries by local population of Kaliningrad, Gdansk and Klaipeda, were developed and tested.

6) Technical facilities of the applicant and its partners were improved.


Validity: 16.01.2013

LPR1/010/003

Title of the project: "Tourism Information Network (TourInfoNet)"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development 

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

State budgetary institution of the Kaliningrad region Regional Tourism Information Center (Russia)

Partners: Agency for Tourism of the Kaliningrad region (Russia), Municipal Institution Svetlogorsk Tourism Information Center (Russia), Public organization Palanga Tourism Information Center (Lithuania), Klaipeda Tourism and Culture Information Center (Lithuania), Gargždai Tourism Information Center (Lithuania), Pomorskie Regional Tourism Organization (Poland), Varmian-Masurian Regional Tourist Organization (Poland)
Total budget:
352 585,50 EUR
Programme contribution: 317 326,95 EUR
Duration:

22 months (December 2012 – October 2014)

Project website:

www.visit-kaliningrad.ru 



The overall objective of the project is to extend tourism attractiveness of the area of the ENPI CBC Lithuania-Poland-Russia Programme through establishing effective cross-border system for dissemination of tourism information and promotion of joint tourist products within and outside the Programme area.


Main estimated results of the project are as follows:


1) Local information centers and tour operators are being provided with tourism news within the Programme area on the permanent basis.

2) International and local tourists are better informed about tourism facilities of the Programme area.

3) The region is being promoted as a unique tourist destination within and outside the Programme area.

Validity: 21.01.2013

LPR1/010/071

Title of the project: "The improvement of environmental situation of Šešupė river basin by strengthening the fire safety areas"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Environmental protection

Priority:

1. Contributing to solving common problems and challenges

Measure:

1.1. Sustainable use of environment

Lead Partner:

Šakiai district municipality administration (Lithuania)

Partners: Regional Headquarters of State Fire and Rescue Service in Marijampolė (Lithuania), Administration of Municipality of Krasnoznamensk Municipal District (Russia)
Total budget:
714 269.38 EUR
Programme contribution: 642 842.44 EUR
Duration:

18 months (January 2013 – July 2014)

Project website:

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The overall objective of the project is to contribute towards the improvement of the environmental situation of Šešupė river basin through strengthening of the fire safety of the areas on both sides of the Lithuania-Russian border and reinforcement of rescue service cohesion.


Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1. The time of fire guards’ arrivals at fire accidents reduced (it is estimated that in 90% of all cases the arrival at the conflagration should not exceed 15 minutes);

2. The fire extinction in the Lithuania-Kaliningrad region border area quickened through the use of improved fire-fighting infrastructure (it is estimated that in 65% of cases fire extinguishing will be completed within 30 minutes).


Validity: 30.01.2013

LPR1/010/007

Title of the project: "Cross-Border Cooperation in school TV’s organization in Baltic region"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Education

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities

Lead Partner:

Municipal autonomous educational institution town Kaliningrad educational secondary school № 31 (Russia)

Partners: Klaipeda Public school “Santarve” (Lithuania), Municipal budget educational institution “Children's house-school» of Sovetsk district” (Russia)
Total budget:
524 358.94 EUR
Programme contribution: 466 679.46 EUR
Duration:

20 months (February 2013 - September 2014)

Project website:

to be designed during project impelmentation stage



Overall objective of the project aims at expanding of the educational area in the region of CBC Lithuania-Poland-Russia Programme in order to create in school-partners infrastructure broadening informational educational areas and develop new methods and approaches of work with students with the use of video-communicative technologies.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1. Creation of television, press and publishing houses on the bases of school-partners.

2. Increasing the level of teachers’ qualification in the sphere of video-communicative technologies.

3. Elaboration and approbation of methods of video-communicative technologies during classes and out-of-class activity.

4. Putting video-communicative technologies into operation in the educational process on a regular basis.

Validity: 07.02.2013

LPR1/010/037

Title of the project: "Infrastructure Development and Cooperation in Health Education"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Education

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities

Lead Partner:

Administration of Jurbarkas District Municipality (Lithuania)

Partners: Administration of Neman Municipal District (Kaliningrad Region, Russia), District Authority for the Management of Schools and Educational Institutions from Giżycko, Warmińsko-Mazurskie Province (Poland)
Total budget:
2 971 432.83 EUR
Programme contribution: 2 674 289.54 EUR
Duration:

22 months (February 2013 - December 2014)

Project website:

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Overall objective of the project is promotion of cooperation among Lithuanian, Russian and Polish border areas in the field of education for good health, tackling problems of insufficient physical activity of children and youth and stimulating cooperation among specialists in the field of education for good health.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1. Reconstructed sports stadium field and auxiliary building of the stadium in Jurbarkas District Municipality.

2. Reconstructed camp including sports facilities in Neman District Municipality.

3. 7 two-days conferences organised (3 in Lithuania, 3 in Russia and 1 in Poland).

4. 6 seven-days camps for children organised (2 in Lithuania, 2 in Russia and 2 in Poland).

5. 8 two-days sports festivals organised and carried out (4 in Lithuania and 4 in Russia).

6. More than 3000 books published and distributed in Lithuania, Russia and Poland.

7. 15 articles published in press (5 in Lithuania, 5 in Russia and 5 in Poland).

8. Project information campaign conducted (2 information plaques, 2 permanent explanatory plaques, 6 promotional news articles in local press and 900 leaflets).

Validity: 11.02.2013.

LPR1/010/040

Title of the project: "Development of tourism information system and cultural tourism infrastructure in Pagegiai-Sovetsk cross-border region"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Education

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

Administration of Pagegiai Municipality (Lithuania)

Partners: Administration of Sovetsk City district (Russia)
Total budget:
564 734,22 EUR
Programme contribution: 508 260,80 EUR
Duration:

22 months (March 2013 – December 2014)

Project website:

www.pagegiai.lt (specific web-site will be designed during the implementation of the project)



The overall objective of the project is to increase the number of foreign and local tourists in Pagegiai – Sovetsk cross-border region first of all improving a quality of tourism information system by creation of the tourism information centres in Pagegiai (Lithuania) and Sovetsk (Russia) further organizing two museum expositions in Pagegiai center.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1. Tourism information center in Pagegiai was reconstructed and installed with museum exhibition.

2. Tourism information center in Sovetsk was reconstructed.

3. Equipment necessary for activity of both centers was purchased.

4. 10 joint tourist routes were elaborated.

5. Two interactive computer terminals in Pagegiai and one in Sovetsk were installed.

6. 3 information stands were set.

7. 500 brochures, 1600 leaflets and 1600 booklets were published and disseminated.

8. 11 coordination meetings and 2 project conferences were organized.

9. Web-sites for tourism information centers were developed (1 in Pagegiai, 1 in Sovetsk).

10. Concept and marketing strategy for Pagegiai tourism information center were developed.

11. 34 press articles were published and 3 TV reviews were shot in Sovetsk.

Validity: 01.03.2013.

LPR1/010/098

Title of the project: "Multicultural dialog – Multicultural theatres – strengthening social and cultural integration of border areas"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities

Lead Partner:

Aleksander Sewruk’s Theatre in Elbląg (Poland)

Partners: Dramatic Theatre in Kaliningrad (Russia), Klaipeda State Music Theatre (Lithuania)
Total budget:
624 515,00 EUR
Programme contribution: 562 063,50 EUR
Duration:

16 months (March 2013 – July 2014)

Project website:

www.teatr.elblag.pl (project web-site to be designed during the project implementation stage)



The overall objective of the project is to establish effective cross-border cooperation in the border areas of Lithuania, Poland and Russia, removing barriers, creating convenient environment for cultural development across borders, increasing social inclusion, promoting contacts, building trust trough collaboration and working out solutions on common challenges and problems.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1. Long-term cooperation agreement signed by the managers of partner theatres from Lithuania, Poland and Russia.

2. 15 performances staged (5 in each country).

3. One joint script established in three languages.

4. Three identical production designs constructed – scene decoration and costumes (1 for each theatre).

5. Modernization of theater’s equipment through purchasing of 6 sets of clip-on microphones (2 sets of 4 microphones for each theatre).

6. 60 actors trained during three two-day international workshops conducted by 4 external experts in each country and 3 coordinators.

7. 30 members of theatrical staff trained during three two-day workshops conducted by 5 internal experts in each country.

8. International cooperation methodology established during eight days-rehearsals for “Romeo and Juliet” involving 60 actors, 30 members of theatrical staff, 13 producers and 3 coordinators.

9. About 10 000 spectators on 15 performances educated and integrated through art.

10. 1500 publications made (500 for each partner) about the “Multicultural Theatres”, 3 press advertisements and 3 TV broadcasts made in order to promote the project.

Validity: 20.03.2013.

LPR1/010/137

 

Title of the project: "Close neighbours in 21st century – new communication and perception"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Education

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities

Lead Partner:

University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland)

Partners: Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russia)
Total budget:
 282.619,23 EUR
Programme contribution:  254.357,31 EUR
Duration:

22 months (February 2013 – December 2014)

Project website:

Project website will be designed during project implementation stage


Overall objective of the project is the development of social contacts and transborder cooperation especially in the sphere of education between borderland community of Warmia and Mazury region of Poland and Kaliningrad region of Russia through analysis of trends and challenges of the process, intensification of mutual cooperation between scientific institutions of the regions and promoting of joint ventures in the sphere of education.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1.    Increase of level of knowledge on Polish – Russian borderland among 200 students of Poland and Russia.

2.    Increase in number of scientists who conduct researches on Polish-Russian borderland.

3.    Overcoming of mutual distrust and negative stereotypes that exist in both countries in cooperation between scientists and students from Warmia and Mazury region of Poland and Kaliningrad region of Russia.

4.    Creation of pro-state and civil society attitudes among persons who were directly and indirectly covered by the project.

Validity: 22.03.2013

LPR1/010/186

 

Title of the project: "Joint actions for solving of joint youth problems"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Education

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.2. Development of human potential by improvement of social conditions, governance and educational opportunities

Lead Partner:

Administration of Pagegiai Municipality (Lithuania)

Partners: Administration of Silale District Municipality (Lithuania), Administration of Sovetsk City District (Russia)
Total budget:
 822 044,75 EUR
Programme contribution:  739 840,27 EUR
Duration:

18 months (February 2013 – July 2014)

Project website:

Project website will be designed during project implementation stage


The overall objective of the project is to contribute to a viable and attractive quality of life and sense of social equality in Tauragė – Sovetsk regional development working with young people by strengthening of the intercultural dialogue and understanding of young people in Pagegiai – Silale – Sovetsk borderline region through sports and arts.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1.    New outdoor sport field with 2016 m2 in area constructed and equipped in Pagegiai (Lithuania).


2.    Skate-park with 1800 m2 in area constructed and equipped in Sovetsk (Russia).

3.    Necessary equipment for organizing of 3 camps purchased.

4.    1 art camp for 36 participants arranged in Silale (Lithuania).

5.    1 festival of youth subcultures for 100 participants organized in Sovetsk.

6.    1 sport camp for 36 participants organized in Pagegiai.

7.    50 posters published and distributed in Pagegiai, 1 printing of leaflets releases in Sovetsk.

8.    18 coordination meetings and 1 project conference organized in Pagegiai for 50 participants.

9.    17 articles, 4 broadcasts made. One web-site was created in Sovetsk. One information stand installed in Sovetsk.

10.    Project evaluation report prepared.

Validity: 08.05.2013

LPR1/010/056

 

Title of the project: "Cross-Border Tourism Dimension"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Tourism, culture and monuments

Priority:

2. Pursuing social, economic and spatial development

Measure:

2.1. Tourism development

Lead Partner:

Non-profit making, non-governmental organisation– association Amicus Society (Poland)

Partners: Podlaskie Regional Tourist Organization, Podlaskie Voivodship, Białystok (Poland), Druskininkai Tourism and Business Information Centre (Lithuania), State autonomous institution of the Kaliningrad region Regional Tourism Information Center (Russia)
Total budget:
 233.514,70 EUR
Programme contribution:  210.163,23 EUR
Duration:

20 months (May 2013 – December 2014)

Project website:

www.towarzystwoamicus.pl


The overall objective of the project is to develop joint international cooperation between tourist information units of Lithuania-Poland-Russia cross-border area through strengthening and development of cooperation between tourist information units in three neighbouring countries enabling substitutive development of employees of Tourist Information Points and Centres by participation in trainings and study visits as well as by increasing the attractiveness, developing of cognitive tourism and cultural heritage tourism of the Programme area through means of common publication and participation in tourism fairs.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1.    Three project offices established in three partner countries – one in each country.

2.    3 partner working meetings organized – one in each partner country.

3.    3 32-hour-long workshops for employees of Tourist Information Points and Centres of Lithuania-Poland-Russia cross-border area organized (1 in each country) for 63 participants.

4.    6 study visits for employees of Tourist Information Points and Centres of Lithuania-Poland-Russia cross-border area organized (2 per each country) for 72 participants from target audience of the project activities and for 27 journalists.

5.    Practical tourist guidebook released in four languages (Polish, Lithuanian, Russian and English).

6.    Final project evaluation conference organized in Kaliningrad.

Validity: 14.05.2013

LPR1/010/084

 

Title of the project: "Improving cross-border connections between Poland and Russia through the reconstruction of the voivodeship road No. 591 the State Boundary – Barciany – Kętrzyn – Mrągowo; the phase I: surface reinforcement of the DW 591 road section from Kętrzyn to Mrągowo"

Programme:

Lithuania-Poland-Russia ENPI CBC 2007-2013

Subject of the project:

Infrastructure (roads, buildings, transport)

Priority:

1. Contributing to solving common problems and challenges

Measure:

1.2. Accessibility improvement

Lead Partner:

The Self-government of the Warmia and Mazury Voivodeship (Poland)

Partners: Local administration of the city Bagrationovsk
Total budget:
 5.620.596,32 EUR
Programme contribution:  3.996.243,98 EUR
Duration:

18 months (June 2013 – November 2014)

Project website:

 


The overall objective of the project is to pursue socio-economic development of cross-border areas through improvement of transport accessibility. In the macro scale the project will contribute to achieve several specific objectives: the cooperation of partners in cross-border regions in solving joint transport problems, the improvement of transport conditions and road safety, promoting interpersonal contacts and cross-border cooperation.

Main estimated results of the project are as follows:

1.    One road project aimed at improving the access to the area covered by the Programme was implemented.

2.    The number of organized conferences / seminars during the project realization is 4.

3.    The number and length of connections (transport corridors) covered by the actions undertaken in order to improve transport links and means of transport cooperation is 22.4 kilometers.

4.    Communities using the modernized transport infrastructure including inhabitants of Kętrzyn Mrągowo (Poland) and the city of Bagrationovsk (Russian Federation) enveloped 122 000 persons.

5.    One project aimed at reinforcing of cross-border cooperation was implemented.

6.    200 persons attended conferences and seminars during the project realization.

Validity: 14.06.2013

 



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