2014 - 2020 Hungary - Slovakia - Romania - Ukraine ENI CBC

Overall programme information last update: 14-11-2019
Last update of data in keep.eu: 14-11-2019
Programme websitehttps://huskroua-cbc.eu/
Programme's page at the European Commissionhttps://ec.europa.eu/neighbourhood-enlargement/neighbourhood/cross-border-cooperation_en
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EU funding (outstanding EU funding)(excluding technical assistance)EUR 66.556.800,00 ( EUR 55.560.978,40)
Total budget(excluding technical assistance)EUR 73.952.000,00
Total budget(including technical assistance)EUR 81.347.200,00
Funding instrument(s)ENI
Eligible geographical area(Countries not covered by NUTS are shown as a single unit)
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  • HU Hungary / MAGYARORSZÁG (Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg)
  • RO Romania / ROMÂNIA (Maramureş, Satu Mare)
  • SK Slovakia / SLOVENSKO (Prešovský kraj, Košický kraj)
  • UA Ukraine

Objectives, priorities and indicators

Thematic objective
 Promotion of local culture and preservation of historical heritage

Programme priority

  • 1.1 Promoting local culture and historical heritage along with tourism functions

Strategic Objective

  • Promote economic and social development in regions on both sides of common borders

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • RI1.1 Increase of number of visitors of reconstructed sites (visitors)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • No data available

Common output indicator (measurement unit)

  • COI6- Number of organisations using programme support for promoting local culture and preserving historical heritage
  • COI7- Number of improved cultural and historical sites as a direct consequence of programme support
  • COI8- Number of cross-border cultural events organised and touristic products developed using ENI support
Thematic objective
 Environmental protection, climate change mitigation and adaptation

Programme priority

  • 2.1 Sustainable use of the environment in the cross border area - preservation of natural resources, actions to reduce GHG emission and pollution of rivers

Strategic Objective

  • Address common challenges in environment, public health, safety and security

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • R2.1 Increased capacity in environmental protection and climate change mitigation (Based on surveys (baseline, mid-term, final) among key stakeholders e.g. Water directorates. relevant NGOs institutions, authorities)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • OI 2.1b Number of waste, wastewater, energy efficiency or renewable energy production interventions

Common output indicator (measurement unit)

  • COI17- Number of persons actively participating in environmental actions and awareness raising activities
  • COI15- Surface area of habitats supported in order to attain a better conservation status (ha)
Thematic objective
 Improvement of accessibility to the regions, development of sustainable and climate-proof transport and communication networks and systems

Programme priority

  • 3.1 Development of transport infrastructure to improve the mobility of persons and goods
  • 3.2 Development of ICT infrastructure and information sharing

Strategic Objective

  • Promotion of better conditions and modalities for ensuring the mobility of persons, goods and capital

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • RI 3.1a Increase of number of vehicles using the built, modernized transport and border management infrastructure (number of vehicles per day)
  • RI 3.1b Increase of number of passengers using transport systems improved with the support of the programme (number of passengers)
  • RI 3.2 Size of population serviced by new ICT infrastructure or information service (number of citizens served)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • OI3.1b Total length of newly built bicycle roads and bicycle paths (km)
  • OI3.1d Total length of reconstructed or upgraded bicycle roads and bicycle paths (km)
  • OI3.1e Number of public transport lines with increased service level as direct consequence of the support
  • OI3.2b Number of newly developed information providers with cross border coverage

Common output indicator (measurement unit)

  • COI26- Total length of newly built roads (Km)
  • COI27- Total length of reconstructed or upgraded roads (Km)
  • COI29- Number of additional ICT based tools developed supporting cross-border cooperation as direct consequence of the support
Thematic objective
 Common challenges in the field of safety and security

Programme priority

  • 4.1 Support to joint activities for the prevention of natural and man-made disasters as well as joint action during emergency situations
  • 4.2 Support to the development of health

Strategic Objective

  • Address common challenges in environment, public health, safety and security

Result indicator (measurement unit)

  • RI 4.1 Risk management index (RMI) of the cross-border area (surveys)
  • RI 4.2 Medical equipment density (total density per million population, simple average of all measured equipment types in the four countries – HU, SK, RO, UA)

Output indicator (measurement unit)

  • OI 4.1a Number of co-operating organisations in disaster management

Common output indicator (measurement unit)

  • COI31- Population benefiting from flood protection measures services as a direct consequence of the support (Persons)
  • COI32- Population benefiting from forest fire protection measures services as a direct consequence of the support (Persons)
  • COI30- Population covered by improved health services as a direct consequence of the support

Information regarding the data in keep.eu

Last month that data in keep.eu was retrieved from the Programme's website or received from the Programme11/2019
Fields missing in data supplied by this programmeachievements
Language of the data in keep.euEnglish
No. of projects in keep.eu / Total no. of projects (% of projects in keep.eu)11 / 39 (28%)
No. of project partnerships in keep.eu / Total no. of project partnerships (% of project partnerships in keep.eu)45 / n.a.
Notes on the dataInformation provided by the Programme. The data regarding the total number of approved projects was supplied by TESIM in July 2019.