RESULTS OF THE 2014-2020 PROGRAMMING PERIOD
In the 2014-2020 programming period, a total number of 116 projects received support in the framework of the Danube Transnational Programme. A detailed description of the implemented projects can be found on the programme website:
208 Hungarian partner organisations participated in the implementation of the winner projects. This meant a total amount of almost 31 million euros ERDF support, complemented by more than 4 million euros of national co-financing.
INFORMATION ON THE 2021-2027 PROGRAMMING PERIOD
The programme area, compared to the one of the 2014-2020 programming period, remains unchanged:
The new Danube Region Programme gathers one of the highest numbers of participating countries among all the Interreg programmes: 9 EU countries (Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany - Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria-, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia) and 5 non-EU countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine - four provinces: Chernivetska Oblast, Ivano-Frankiviska Oblast, Zakarpatska Oblast and Odessa Oblast).
ERDF funding for projects is approximately € 165 million, complemented by IPA and NDICI funding for non-Member State partners.
More information about the new Programme: https://www.interreg-danube.eu/about-dtp/new-funding-2021-2027
Priorities of the Programme:
|PO1 A more competitive and smarter Danube Region
||SO1.1 - Enhancing innovation and technology transfer
|SO1.4 - Developing skills for smart specialisation, industrial transition and entrepreneurship
|PO2 A greener, low-carbon Danube Region
||SO2.2 - Promoting renewable energy
|SO2.4 - Promoting climate change adaptation and disaster management
|SO2.5 - Improving water and sediment quality
|SO2.7 - Protecting and preserving the biodiversity in ecological corridors and eco-regions
|PO4 A more social Danube Region
||SO4.1 - Accessible, inclusive and effective labour markets
|SO4.2 - Accessible and inclusive quality services in education, training and lifelong learning
|SO4.5 - Socio-economic development through heritage, culture and tourism
|ISO1 - A better cooperation governance in the Danube Region
||Increased institutional capacities for territorial and macro-regional governance
First Level Control in Hungary:
Control activities related to the Hungarian beneficiaries are carried out by the Széchenyi Programme Office Nonprofit LLC, based on the Government Decree No. 574/2021 (X.12.)
Reporting package for Hungarian beneficiaries
Széchenyi Programme Office Nonprofit LLC.
International Directorate, Control Department,
1053 Budapest, Szép u. 2. IV. emelet
Márta Gordos, Head of Derpartment
Tel: +36 1 224 32 10
Péter Kovács, Senior Programme Coordinator
Tel: +36 1 457 55 67