W2E – Waste to Energy for Western Balkans Cement Industry

W2E – Waste to Energy for Western Balkans Cement Industry

“Waste to Energy for Western Balkans Cement Industry“ projects aims to  set the preconditions for the use of household waste, industrial waste and waste tyres for the cement production in  three countries of the Western Balkan: Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia in the local cement industry. The implementing partners are Antea Cement Sh.a, Cementarnica USJE AD, Titan Cementara Kosjeric d.o.o., Co-PLAN,  Institute for Habitat Development, AMU Albanian Manufacturers Union, REC

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Municipal Finances and Citizen Perception on Local Services

Municipal Finances and Citizen Perception on Local Services

Municipal Finances and Citizen Perception on Local Services project is supported by LevizAlbania, a project of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, SDC. The implementation period of project is 01/07/2019 – 30/06/2023.                                          The “Municipal Finances and Citizen Perception on Local Services” project main objective is to provide a complete picture of the status of local finances of Albanian municipalities in a

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Inducing local economic development in underserved areas through the establishment of a Livestock Market and Educational Laboratory for Sustainable Livestock Farming in the Municipality of Lushnje

Inducing local economic development in underserved areas through the establishment of a Livestock Market and Educational Laboratory for Sustainable Livestock Farming in the Municipality of Lushnje

The proposed project set forth by the Municipality of Lushnje in partnership with Co-PLAN, Institute for Habitat Development in response to the Italian-Albanian Debt for Development Swap Agreement (IADSA), has a set overall objective that seeks to support sustainable, local development and promote green economy based on livestock farming and trading activity in the Municipality of Lushnje. In more specific terms, the project aims to: Boost local economic development through

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Local Disaster Risk Reduction Plan

Local Disaster Risk Reduction Plan

The goal of the UNDP funded “Local Disaster Risk Reduction Plan” project is to increase Local Governance Capacities in local disaster risk reduction in the Municipality of Lezhe. In more specific  terms, the following activities are foreseen: preparation of a LDRR Strategy and Plan; multiple-risk assessment through GIS; participatory planning process for multi-risk assessment; climate change risk assessment; risk scenario development through GIS; mainstreaming LDRR in municipal activities; preparation of

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ideAL – Dialogue for inclusive evidence-based policy development in Albania

ideAL – Dialogue for inclusive evidence-based policy development in Albania

Co-PLAN, the Institute for Habitat Development in cooperation with the European Policy Center (Brussels) and with the financial support of the European Union, implement the project “ideAL – Dialogue for comprehensive policy development in Albania”. This project aims to contribute to the improvement of public policy dialogue in Albania, through strengthening policy dialogue in reform processes, and facilitating engagement and dialogue between central and local state institutions and non-state actors.

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ENV.net factoring the environmental portfolio for WB and Turkey in the EU Policy Agenda

ENV.net factoring the environmental portfolio for WB and Turkey in the EU Policy Agenda

The “ENV.net factoring the environmental portfolio for WB and Turkey in the EU Policy Agenda” is a regional project, bringing together seven partner organisations from the Western Balkan and Turkey and two EU member-state based partners, namely: 1. Co-PLAN, Institute for Habitat Development (Albania) – lead partner 2. Environmental Ambassadors for Sustainable Development (Serbia) – partner 3. Green Home (Montenegro) – partner 4. 4x4x4 Balkan Bridges (FYR of Macedonia) –

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Europeanisation Beyond Process

Europeanisation Beyond Process

Co-PLAN in 2017, took upon itself an initiative supported also by OSIFE through its program “Europianisation Beyond Process”, to expand its vision towards Albania`s Europianisation with focuss on erritorial governance policies in various levels on pourpose factoring in policies and EU debates. This initiative which is co-financed by Co-PLAN is aimed at building human infrastructure and strengthening the organisation in the upcoming challenges of intergation. To this extent, Co-PLAN uttilises

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Consultancy work in the framework of RisiAlbania

Consultancy work in the framework of RisiAlbania

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RisiAlbania has given an assignment to a team of Co-PLAN and Polis University to make a comparative regional analysis of the Albanian tourism sector, based on selected criteria of relevance, growth potential, gender and social equity and feasibility of intervention. To this end, the team has carried out desk research and has interviewed a number of stakeholders. Based on the statistical findings and analysis, answers from respondents and the response

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KINDLE Advocacy

KINDLE Advocacy

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KINDLE Advocacy is implemented by Co-PLAN with the support of the US Embassy in Tirana. The project tackles the need for the young CSO-s and newly emerging activists to articulate evidence-based responses in influencing policy-making in pressing issues related to city-making, democracy and environment. The project aims to strengthen internal capacities of local CSO-s and young activists to monitor, analyze, and undertake concrete steps/actions through a dual/integral approach, providing the

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Public Finance Component: Budget Execution and Evaluation (dldp II – MF component)

Public Finance Component: Budget Execution and Evaluation (dldp II – MF component)

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The aim of this project is to build the capacities of the Local Government Units (LGUs) in Public Finance Management based on good local and national practices as well as international standards. On the other hand the knowledge package aims to guide LGUs in adopting practical uses of information and communications technology in order to support more transparent, efficient and effective local government operations, more client oriented public service delivery

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