Last modified: March 15, 2017

Black Sea Basin 2014-2020

The Black Sea Basin Programme 2014-2020 is part of European Union’s Cross-Border Cooperation (CBC) under its European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI).

ENI CBC receives funding from ENI as well as from the European Regional Development Fund and the Instrument for Pre-Accession which is pooled together. All sources of funding may be used on either side of the EU external border for actions of common benefit.

The Black Sea Basin ENI CBC programme 2014-2020 builds upon the previous cooperation framework, the Black Sea Basin ENPI CBC programme 2007-2013, under which 62 projects were awarded and implemented in 8 countries surrounding the Black Sea Basin.

As a result of the completed analytical and consultation process, the Black Sea Basin programme will focus on a set of objectives and priorities, reflecting the countries’ specific circumstances and requirements, as presented in the table below.

Black Sea Basin ENI Cross-Border Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 – Objectives and Priorities:

 

A number of important elements for successful, sustained and inclusive cross-border cooperation will also be supported as horizontal issues or modality to be deployed across any of the priorities. They include:

  • ‘People-to-people’ actions
  • Promotion of local and regional good governance
  • Promotion of regional integration/coordination
  • The use and development of relevant information and communication technologies
  • Promotion of gender equality, and opportunities for youth.

Two calls for proposals are expected to be launched during the programme lifetime, in 2016 and 2018. The recommended financial size of projects will be further defined in the calls for proposals.


Erratum to: Applicants Pack for the second Call for Proposals
After the publication of Applicants Pack for the 2nd Call for Proposals some errors were noticed in Annexes 1, 2 and 3.
Instruction to Beneficiaries from Armenia, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Turkey
Ministry of Regional Development and Public Administration acting as Managing Authority for Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 issued the Instruction 15/20 November 2018 for the Beneficiaries from Armenia, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Turkey.
Where to find potential project partners?
If you are looking for a project partner for your application, please consider the following tools: 1. Partner Search and Project Ideas Search tools hosted by the programme dedicated website. In order to upload a project idea on the programme website, we recommend you to create an account on www.blacksea-cbc.net and after that to go to Section „Project Ideas Search”
Partner Forum in Yerevan
In view of the 2nd call for Proposals, the Managing Authority of the Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020, in collaboration with the Joint Technical Secretariat and National Authorities of participating countries, and with the support of TESIM project organized in Yerevan, Armenia, the second Partner Forum.
Partner Forum in Chisinau
In view of the 2nd call for Proposals, the Managing Authority of the Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020, in collaboration with the Joint Technical Secretariat and national authorities of participating countries, and with the support of TESIM project organized in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, the first Partner Forum.
Training for Beneficiaries from the 1st Call for proposals
To ensure the premises for a smooth implementation of the projects contracted within the framework of the 1st Call for proposals of Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020, programme management structures with the support of TESIM project is organising a training session dedicated to the beneficiaries from the 1st Call for proposals.
The second Call for Proposals of the Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 is open starting with 1 October 2018 with deadline 31 January 2019
  Herewith you can access the Applicants Pack for the 2nd Call for proposals of the Joint Operational Programme


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