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Swiss-Polish Cooperation Programme
Wprowadzono: 17-12-2013 | Ministerstwo Zdrowia
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As part of the Swiss Contribution to the twelve states that have joined the European Union since May 2004, Switzerland has supported Poland with 489 million CHF. The overall goal of the Programme is to reduce economic and social disparities within the enlarged European Union.

According to Framework Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Poland and the Swiss Federal Council there are following priority sectors:

  • Security, Stability and Support for Reforms
  • Environment and Infrastructure
  • Private Sector
  • Human and Social Development

Furthermore, within so-called Special Allocations of the Swiss-Polish Cooperation Program, were created:

  • Block Grant for Non-governmental Organisations and Polish-Swiss Regional Partner Projects
  • Project Preparation Facility
  • Technical Assistance Fund

The Swiss-Polish Cooperation Programme pursues two objectives:

  • To contribute to the reduction of economic and social disparities between the Republic of Poland and the more advanced countries of the enlarged EU;
  • To contribute within the Republic of Poland to the reduction of economic and social disparities between the dynamic urban centres and the structurally weak peripheral regions.

On 14 June 2012, a total of 58 contracts (50 for individual projects and 8 for the so-called specific allocations) were signed, for the entire amount of support granted to Poland, that is CHF 464.57 million. The project's implementation phase will end in mid-2017.

 

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