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===What is the objective of BACID Fund?===
To strengthen capacities of the authorities in the non-EU countries of the Western Balkans and Moldova in order to introduce and implement EU acquis relevant to local and regional governments. This will be achieved by building structures and cooperation for promotion of the process of democratization and regional development.
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In the second phase, BACID aims at strengthening the capacities of the entities in the non-EU countries of the Western Balkans and Moldova within economic, environmental and social pillars of sustainable development with a strong focus on equity as the main elements of the Agenda 2030 though introduction of related EU policies and standards.<br />
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Following previous experiences of “new” EU member countries, the peer-to-peer approach and transfer of know-how was identified as the most successful tool in gaining practical knowledge, therefore the set objective is to be achieved through exposure to Austrian know-how and inter-sectoral partnership. <br />
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The added value of the BACID programme is that it fills the gap between the predefined targeted interventions of the EU and other donors at one side, and emerging tailor-made current needs of the beneficiaries to be addressed through mentoring and practical experience.<br />
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In the first phase of the BACID programme, the objective was to strengthen capacities of the authorities in the non-EU countries of the Western Balkans and Moldova in order to introduce and implement EU acquis relevant to local and regional governments. This will be achieved by building structures and cooperation for promotion of the process of democratization and regional development.
  
 
===What topics are covered by BACID Fund===
 
===What topics are covered by BACID Fund===

Revision as of 20:45, 14 August 2018

BACID Fund

What is BACID Fund

Funding facility financed by the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) and managed by the Austrian Association of Cities and Towns (AACT) and KDZ (Public Administration Research Center). It supports small actions of exchange of knowledge between Austrian entities and partners in the countries of the Western Balkans and the Republic of Moldova..

What is the objective of BACID Fund?

In the second phase, BACID aims at strengthening the capacities of the entities in the non-EU countries of the Western Balkans and Moldova within economic, environmental and social pillars of sustainable development with a strong focus on equity as the main elements of the Agenda 2030 though introduction of related EU policies and standards.
Following previous experiences of “new” EU member countries, the peer-to-peer approach and transfer of know-how was identified as the most successful tool in gaining practical knowledge, therefore the set objective is to be achieved through exposure to Austrian know-how and inter-sectoral partnership.
The added value of the BACID programme is that it fills the gap between the predefined targeted interventions of the EU and other donors at one side, and emerging tailor-made current needs of the beneficiaries to be addressed through mentoring and practical experience.


In the first phase of the BACID programme, the objective was to strengthen capacities of the authorities in the non-EU countries of the Western Balkans and Moldova in order to introduce and implement EU acquis relevant to local and regional governments. This will be achieved by building structures and cooperation for promotion of the process of democratization and regional development.

What topics are covered by BACID Fund

Variety of topics in competence of regional and local governments defined as priorities in the framework of the Priority Area 10 „Institutional Capacity and Cooperation“ of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR). Within this Priority Area, the Urban Platform Danube Region has been established as a platform that unites cities, city networks and associations in the Danube Region, gearing their joint efforts towards the targets of the EU 2020 strategy and smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, including:

Thematic Priority I: SMART CITY Thematic Priority II: SUSTAINABLE CITY Thematic Priority III: INCLUSIVE CITY
E-Government/ICT Health and social care Child care and child welfare
Energy Capacity building – human resources Civil society participation
Governance Greening cities Disadvataged groups
Mobility/Transport Disaster risk management Migration
Housing Tourism Diversity policies
Local economic development Cultural heritage Equal opportunities
Modern management Culture and creative industries Roma inclusion
Spatial Planning Industrial restructuring Youth policies
Urban renewal Municipal Finances
Sustainable Administration
Services of general interest
Promoting cities
Sustainable urbanisation
Urban security
Waste management