The project activities:
- acknowledge the population in rural areas on the risks related to floods and other disasters and provide them with basic training to effectively cope with the consequences of these disasters;
- enhance the institutional capacity of local public authorities to handle emergency situations through capacity building activities and best practices exchange at cross-border level;
- improve the cooperation among public authorities and specialised institutions for a better joint emergency situation management at cross-border level.
Increasing the efficiency of the management of emergency situations in Ibăneşti and Cărăhășani through commune actions of school population awareness and training of personnel of interest, as well as the purchase of first intervention equipment for endowment of the service responsible for reducing human and material damage caused by natural disasters or man-made.
The project will contribute to the development of the field of "Robotics and Mechatronics" by moderniziation of the study plans, curricula, laboratories.
The general objective of the project is to enhance the quality, effectiveness and access to education in the border area by promoting the innovative approach of accelerated learning.
The project will help ensure economic growth and improvement of the quality of living of people in search of a workplace, especially from groups at risk, through developing specific abilities in the field of social economy / social entrepreneurship for 470 relevant actors in the field (students from tertiary higher education, public authorities, NGOs, social enterprises, business companies, the mass media and people from groups at risk) from the cross-border eligible area from Romania and the entire Republic of Moldova.
The project activities will contribute to increase access to quality educational programs through cooperation between educational institutions and to support 600 pupils in tertiary non-university education classes in the Republic of Moldova in their socio-professional development, to rise the chance in building a career in the field of engineering, with an impact on improving the quality of life of young people.
The general objective of CROSSCOMP is to foster the improvement of the existing cooperation between three cross-border area universities and to transform it into coordinated collaboration, aiming to increase the partners’ institutional capacity to build a labor force linked to the latest requirements of the automotive engineering sector, leading to an increase in the degree of tertiary education students from both sides of the border, equipped with the labor market relevant skills, in order to ensure the improvement of the graduates’ employment rate and to meet regional companies increasing needs.
The planned activities will promote research and innovation in the Republic of Moldova and the cross-border area of Romania in the field of intelligent valorisation of the industrial processing wastes of grapes, fruits and vegetables by: supplying the existing laboratories with the required equipment and consumables; attracting and retaining young people in research and innovation, stimulating research environment for PhD students; focusing research on regional issues; knowledge transfer, experience and expertise through the development of the Good Practice Guide for intelligent use of agro-food industrial wastes.
The socio - economic potential of Galati-Cahul border region will be evaluated and the needs of the local population regarding the economic activities and sustainable use of aquatic resources in protected areas will be reassessed.
The project partnership will enhance the institutional capacity of ICDEAPA and its partners for applied research aiming to capitalize the cross-border potential of aquatic resources in a sustainable manner in the Lower Meadow Prut area.
The project aims at improving the quality of surface waters in the Lower Danube region, through improved monitoring of the quality of surface waters and development of new methods of treating municipal and industrial waste waters.
The project activities consist of: integration and consolidation of regional clinical capacities into a network of excellence for the clinical diagnosis and management of lung cancer; uniformed knowledge — cancel the practice gap in the profound diagnosis and management of lung cancer through capacity building focused on multidisciplinary and integration in research and development and medical practice; introduction the “state of art” technologies in order to accurate and complete diagnosis of lung cancer entities, using existing infrastructure provided by both partners.