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Building capacities in the utilities sector of North Macedonia for the more resilient, inclusive and sustainable provision of services for citizens

From BACID
Name Building capacities in the utilities sector of North Macedonia for the more resilient, inclusive and sustainable provision of services for citizens
Country North Macedonia
Programme Component BACID Fund Call 3 (2020)
Year 2021
Priority Theme Sustainable Development Goals
Topic Environmental protection
Implementing Organisations ConPlusUltra (Austria), Balkan Development Solutions BDS (North Macedonia).
Partner Organisations Association of public utility services providers of Republic of North Macedonia (ADKOM) (https://adkom.org.mk)
Last update 7. 6. 2021 by Giebhart
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Project description

In December 2020 and February 2021, a total of 33 representatives from North Macedonian public utility companies and municipalities were trained on energy efficiency and the use of renewable energy in their sector. Acting as multipliers, they then shared their know-how with 40 operational and municipal staff members. The aim of the project was to improve the quality of services provided to citizens at municipal level with special attention being paid to communities with a large Roma presence.

Status

IMPLEMENTED

Objectives and results

The objectives of the action were met through the holding of two trainings with 33 representatives from North Macedonian public utility companies and municipalities. The trainings provided the latest know-how on renewable energy and energy efficiency and were tailored to the local market in order to ensure easy application. The trainings will strengthen local capacities in implementing policies contributing to EU accession, the meeting of the SDGs and the country's national and regional strategy goals.

1. Training materials developed
2. A total of 33 multipliers trained.
3. Increased competences related to resource efficiency and renewable energy in selected municipalities through the training of 40 operational and municipal staff members.
4. Improved services and increased poverty reduction for Roma and other vulnerable groups.

Implemented activities

Act. 1: Development of training content
Act. 2: Translation of training content
Act. 3: Selection of attendees at each chosen municipality
Act 4: Organisation and delivery of "train-the-trainer" sessions incl. online follow-ups
Act 5: Monitoring of roll out and multiplication activities
Act 6: Communications
Act 7: Reporting

Available materials

Agenda, Presentations, Homework, photos

Further information and contact

Andreas Karner, Andreas.Karner@conplusultra.com