Restoration of the Prespa Lake EcosystemJun 26, 2013
Restoring the Ecosystem of Lake Prespa is the latest project to support the sustainable development of this vulnerable region. It is expected that this project will bring many benefits for the local people and environment. And by reducing the pressures on the ecosystem, it will significantly improve the health and resilience of the Lake.
Third National Report to the UN Framework Convention on Climate ChangeJul 7, 2013
The main objective of this project is to further strengthen the analytical capacities of key national institutions so that they are able to better integrate climate change priorities into the country’s development strategies.
Biodegradable Waste Management in PrespaJun 26, 2013
The overall objective of this project is to support the establishment of an efficient system for biodegradable waste management in the Prespa region.This will help improve the lives of the local population and ensure better environmental protection.
Disaster Risk ReductionJun 26, 2013
The overall objective of this project is to reduce disaster and climate risks in the country. This will be achieved by assessing the national and local institutions capacities to deal with disaster and climate risks capacities, identifying gaps, establishing priorities and recommendations to be included into the national climate risk management strategies and programmes.
Municipal Energy ManagementJul 7, 2013
the main objective of this project is to help create the necessary conditions for municipalities to improve their use of energy resources.The project will achieve this objective by increasing the capacities of all municipalities to implement energy-efficiency measures and raising awareness of the benefits of better energy management.
Emergency Coordination Support to the Municipality of StrumicaJul 7, 2013
The main objective of this project is to help strengthen the capacities of the local authorities in the municipality of Strumica for better coordination, preparation of needs assessments and support early recovery response measures.