The goal of the assignment is to develop the Terms of Reference for the Serbian IPA 2012 project in statistics.

Client: European Commission

Beneficiary: Serbian Statistical office

Designing a development concept and business plan for the Pielach Valley in Lower Austria, providing it with an unique and coherent regional profile to market its  agricultural, horticultural, handicraft and tourism related products more effectively.

Client: “Verein Daheim” im Pielachtal

Promotion of cultural heritage and tourism to improve economic development, creation of new jobs and promotion of cooperation networks between Bulgaria and Greece.

Client: Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works (PHARE)

Establishment of a nature park in the Goricko region of Slovenia, including a thorough habitat mapping. 

Client: Slovene Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning (PHARE)

Preparation for the effective implementation of cross border cooperation (CBC) programmes, assistance to the preparation of programme documents, capacity building and investment support.

Client: Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works (PHARE)

Improvement of Croatia’s position on the international tourism market focusing on sustainability, quality and diversification to move from mass to quality tourism and foster niche markets.

Client: Delegation of the European Commission (CARDS)

Beneficiary: Ministry of the Sea, Tourism, Transport and Development

For the West Balkan Countries Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo under UNSCR 1244/99,strengthening the capacities of the relevant management structures to programme and implement IPA CBC programmes at borders

Client: ECD DG Enlargement Brussels (CARDS)

Tourism development concept for the area Lisina-Cajetina in the National Park of Kopaonik, land use and development plan involving all stakeholder to ensure acceptance and legal adoption.

Client: UNDP

Beneficiary: Municipality of Raska

IPA is to help Serbia to face the challenges of European integration, to implement reforms needed to fulfil EU requirements and to make progress in the Stabilisation and Association Process.

Client: Delegation of the European Commission

Beneficiary: The Republic of Serbia

Improving capacity of the ministries and subordinated bodies involved in the protection of moveable cultural goods in order to combat illegal trade and export, theft, destruction and forgery.

Client: Austrian Agency for European Integration and Economic Development (PHARE-Twinning)

Beneficiary: Ministry of Culture and Religious Affairs