Within our project development framework we examine opportunities based on local demand, while bringing them in line with the development guidelines stated in the Strategic and Operational Programme of the Central Danube priority area.
Our partners of high interest include local governments, agricultural producers, SMEs, large companies, nonprofit organizations from the civil sector and social enterprises.
We provide the following project development services:
We have extensive experience in strategic planning. Based on the Government Decree 218/2009 (X.6.) and the Guidebook provided by the Ministry of Finance we prepared the Regional Development Strategy and Operational Programme of the Central Danube priority area. This knowledge is also applied in the preparation of development plans for municipalities and other local entities.
Under urban development and strategic planning services, we provide the following:
Our task is to establish a permanent partnership with regional key actors, through which with a diverse methodology we can utilise their potential while enhancing the development of their organizations, institutions, communities, and essential processes. The focus in our work is the creation of efficient and potent networks, co-operations and organisations. We believe that sustainable cooperation is only possible amongst stable and open actors. Our team is strengthened by experienced coaches, trainers, consultants and adult-education experts.
Most sought after elements of the development programmes by existing Partners:
The primary purpose of the database, based on the requirements of the Government Decree 218/2009 (X.6.), is to provide information for the Central Danube priority area’s strategy (concept, development strategy, SEA, OP) and annual monitoring report.
The information is gathered from the area defined by the 99 municipalities of the region. The database and monitoring system was developed in a unique, customisable fashion making it suitable for time-series analysis for every settlement in the region.
Following the identification of relevant regional data assets in accordance with the planned developments, they were collected and organized into a database. The system is designed to label and filter available data assets by priorities and/or areas of action related to the Strategic and Operational Programme, thus accomplishing an effective preparation and evaluation of planned developments.
The database, with several years of information regarding the 99 municipalities, includes the following datasets: