Projects - Armenia
|GOSPEL Creating social links through sport and good governance
Location of Activities: Armenia, Tunisia,
Theme: Economic Development and Social Inclusion
Sector: Integration of Minorities and Disadvantaged Groups
City of Marseille (France);
Contact: Anne DE MAXIMY - email: email@example.com
Both Yerevan and Mahdia enjoy some renown for their sporting and leisure activities. Yerevan has a number of football clubs and is also famous for its chess players, while Mahdia is strong in handball. Nonetheless, neither city has sufficient sports and recreational facilities to satisfy the needs of its populations. Exacerbating this problem is the fact that many of the available facilities are not open and accessible to all.
|Liaisons for Growth
Location of Activities: Armenia, Jordan,
Sector: Economic Development and Employment
Sector: Sustainable Tourism
Sector: Good Governance
Tuscany regional administration – Dept. of reg. policies on innovation (Italy)
Contact: Catia SEGNINI - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jordan and Armenia have considerable potential to develop their tourist industries – and face considerable challenges to develop it. The idea behind this project is to work with local networks to develop models for sustainable tourism, especially in smaller more marginalized regions. Indeed such is the priority ascribed to working with these networks that the project is categorized as a good governance project, whose focus will “not be on what they are doing, but how they are doing it”.
|MODEL: Management Of Domains related to Energy in Local authorities
Location of Activities: Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine,
Theme: Environmental Sustainability
Sector: Energy Efficiency
Municipality of Lviv (Ukraine);
Contact: Serhiy Kiral - email: email@example.com;
Vasylyna Horban - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2008 the EU adopted its Climate and Energy Package (CEP). CEP calls for cutting CO2 emissions, and increasing energy efficiency and use of energy from renewable sources, all by 20% over 1990 levels (20-20-20). In order to achieve these goals on a larger level, it is important that ENPI countries and local authorities (LAs) commit and contribute to common values and principles. In the ENPI Eastern countries, artificially low energy prices have resulted in a poor culture of energy efficiency.