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PACT 2020

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We work together

FOR A GREEN AND INCLUSIVE EUROPE

Active partnership model for sustainable development (PACT 2020)

 

Through this project, the Transylvanian Highlands platform supports local communities in 10 villages, through education and information, to become a voice in the local decision-making process. We will be reviewing regional development policies from the perspective of conservation objectives and strengthen the Transylvanian Highlands initiative (consisting of 11 organizations) by improving the advocacy, organizational management and communication skills.

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OBJECTIVES

We have three major goals by the end of the project, in 2023.

 

  1. Groups of 150 people from 10 villages in Transylvanian Highlands will go through an information and education process which will ensure a system of good local governance for sustainable development initiated by active and involved communities.

  2. The Transylvanian Highlands platform becomes the main instrument for influencing regional development policies and ensures the transposition of local visions into public policies at regional and / or national level.

  3. The Transylvanian Highlands Partnership, through the development of working tools that facilitate collaboration and organizational development, strengthens its ability to be an important pawn in the decision-making process at the regional level and to benefit the communities and nature of the Transylvanian Highlands.

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COMMUNITIES

We work together with the people from the Transylvanian Highlands, more precisely from the following communities:

 

  • Brașov County: Viscri, Cincșor, Criț;

  • Sibiu County: Alma Vii, Malancrav, Richis, Agnita;

  • Mureș County: Saschiz, Daia, Archita.

PROJECT IMPLEMENTED BY

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The project is implemented by WWF România, Mioritics, Mihai Eminescu Trust Foundation and benefits from a  247.856  euros grant from Active Citizens Fund Romania, programme funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants  2014 -2021. The content of this website does not necessarily reflect the official position of the EEA and Norway Grants 2014-2021; for more information visit www.eeagrants.org. More details about Active Citizens Fund Romania are available at www.activecitizensfund.ro.