2014 - 2020 Interreg IPA CBC Greece - Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Overall programme information last update: 13-12-2017
Last update of data in KEEP: n/a
Programme websitehttp://www.ipa-cbc-programme.eu
Programme's page at the European Commissionhttp://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/en/atlas/programmes/2014-2020/greece/2014tc16i5cb009
Projects in KEEP / partners on mapn.a.
EU funding (outstanding EU funding)(excluding technical assistance)EUR 34.784.597,00 ( EUR 34.784.597,00)
Total budget(excluding technical assistance)EUR 40.923.060,00
Funding instrument(s)IPA II
Eligible geographical area
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  • EL Greece / ΕΛΛΑΔΑ (ELLADA) (Θεσσαλονίκη (Thessaloniki), Κιλκίς (Kilkis), Πέλλα (Pella), Σέρρες (Serres), Φλώρινα (Florina))
  • MK the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) / PORANEŠNA JUGOSLOVENSKA REPUBLIKA MAKEDONIJA (Vardarski, Jugozapaden, Jugoistocen, Pelagoniski)

Objectives, priorities and indicators

Specific objective
Create employment opportunities for educated graduates by exploiting comparative advantages of the crossborder area, preferably with the use of innovative tools and practices

Thematic priority

  • (a) promoting employment, labour mobility and social and cultural inclusion across borders through, inter alia: integrating cross-border labour markets, including cross-border mobility; joint local employment initiatives; information and advisory services and joint training; gender equality; equal opportunities; integration of immigrants' communities and vulnerable groups; investment in public employment services; and supporting investment in public health and social services

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • Highly educated in employment, including self employment 6 months upon leaving the project/intervention (Persons)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • O1: Nr of participants in joint local crossborder employment initiatives (Persons)
Specific objective
Improvement of preventive health care and social services of children and elderly population

Thematic priority

  • (a) promoting employment, labour mobility and social and cultural inclusion across borders through, inter alia: integrating cross-border labour markets, including cross-border mobility; joint local employment initiatives; information and advisory services and joint training; gender equality; equal opportunities; integration of immigrants' communities and vulnerable groups; investment in public employment services; and supporting investment in public health and social services

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • R1: Population having access to health services (Persons living close to health centers)
  • R2: Population having access to social services (Persons living close to social services providers)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • O1: Population covered by improved social services (Persons)
  • CO1: Population covered by improved health services (Persons)
Specific objective
Improve the attractiveness and promote tourism in the cross-border area to enhance employment in tourism

Thematic priority

  • (d) encouraging tourism and cultural and natural heritage

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • Jobs created in the tourism sector (Persons)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • O1: Programme Monitoring Information System (Number of Enterprises)
Specific objective
Upgrade public infrastructure to improve road travel time, safe border crossing and promote energy efficiency towards green transport

Thematic priority

  • (c) promoting sustainable transport and improving public infrastructures by, inter alia, reducing isolation through improved access to transport, information and communication networks and services and investing in cross-border water, waste and energy systems and facilities

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • R1: Reduced travel time (Minutes)
  • R2: Average border crossing travelling time (Minutes)
  • R3: Energy efficiency awareness barometer (Value in a scale of 100)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • O1: Surface of improved cross-border road and infrastructure (Square meters)
  • CO1: Estimated annual decrease of GHG (Metric Tons of CO2 equivalent/year)
  • CO2: Decrease of annual primary energy consumption of public buildings (Kwh/year)
Specific objective
Sustainable management and recycling of bio-wastes

Thematic priority

  • (c) promoting sustainable transport and improving public infrastructures by, inter alia, reducing isolation through improved access to transport, information and communication networks and services and investing in cross-border water, waste and energy systems and facilities

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • Population served by improved waste management or recycling (Persons)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • O1: Volume of solid wastes under improved management or recycling ( Tonnes/year)
  • O2: Volume of liquid wastes under improved management or recycling (O2: Cubic meters/year)
Specific objective
Sustainable management of protected areas, ecosystems and biodiversity

Thematic priority

  • (b) protecting the environment and promoting climate change adaptation and mitigation, risk prevention and management through, inter alia: joint actions for environmental protection; promoting sustainable use of natural resources, resource efficiency, renewable energy sources and the shift towards a safe and sustainable low-carbon economy; promoting investment to address specific risks, ensuring disaster resilience and developing disaster management systems and emergency preparedness

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • Surface area of ecosystems or habitats with improved protection and conservation status (Hectars)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • O1: Surface area of rehabilitated or with improved management ecosystems (Hectars)
  • CO1: surface area of habitats supported in order to attain a better conservation status (Hectars)
Specific objective
Prevention, mitigation and management of natural disasters, risks and hazards

Thematic priority

  • (b) protecting the environment and promoting climate change adaptation and mitigation, risk prevention and management through, inter alia: joint actions for environmental protection; promoting sustainable use of natural resources, resource efficiency, renewable energy sources and the shift towards a safe and sustainable low-carbon economy; promoting investment to address specific risks, ensuring disaster resilience and developing disaster management systems and emergency preparedness

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • Population benefiting from risk / hazards prevention and natural disaster management measures (Persons)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • O1: Number of participants in prevention actions (Persons)
  • CO1: Population benefiting from flood protection measures (Persons)
  • CO2: Population benefiting from forest fire protection measures (Persons)

Information regarding the data in KEEP

Last month that data in KEEP was retrieved from the Programme's website or received from the Programmen.a.
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Language of the data in KEEP
No. of projects in KEEP / Total no. of projects (% of projects in KEEP)0 / 39 (0%)
No. of project partners in KEEP / Total no. of project partners (% of project partners in KEEP)0 / 120 (0%)
No. of calls in KEEP / Total no. of calls0 / 1
Notes on the dataSource of estimation of the number of projects/partner as of 2017.12.05: Website of the programme