Uliana Sydor

One year on, the pandemic is not yet defeated. And its aftermaths will be echoing quite for a while. An important lesson to learn: a better prevention and readiness for an immediate response are of a crucial importance. “Infection-free hospitals” project, funded by Romania-Ukraine ENI CBC programme, is carrying out infection prevention activities to reduce […]

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Maksym Karpash

Five universities, four countries and one objective: turning universities into sustainable buildings. And a “know-how transfer” that is going from a Partner Country to European states. NET4SENERGY is a project working to increase the energy efficiency of leading universities within the Hungarian, Slovak, Romanian and Ukrainian cross-border region. With the funding from HUSKROUA ENI CBC […]

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Olga Titova

The Kizhi island, located on Lake Onega in Russian Karelia, is famous for its unique historical site included into the UNESCO World Heritage list – the Kizhi Pogost. It consists of two large wooden churches – the Transfiguration Church and the Intercession Church – and a bell-tower. The pogost amazes with its beauty and longevity though being built exclusively of […]

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Chirine Ben Aissa

She is the first volunteer of the ENI CBC family to join a project:  Chirine Ben Aissa is a determined, dynamic 26-year-old half-Tunisian half-Moroccan raised in Tunis, with a passion for civil society and a degree in natural science.  After supporting small associations operating for women empowerment and gender equality, Chirine is today working at […]

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Ihor Popodyuk

A cross-border network of charging stations for electric vehicles. From Ivano-Frankivsk in western Ukraine to Michalovce in Slovakia and Baia Mara in Romania, you can now move around in your electric car across countries and charge it with just one click on a mobile phone application. The CGTN (Cross-border Green Transport Network) project has put […]

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Anna Ososińska

The number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is growing from year to year, although diagnosis of ASD can be difficult and there are not enough official statistics. People with autism have deficits in all spheres of growth. This prevents them from living independently in the community and causes a chronic burden on […]

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Aleksandra Tceitlina

Can nature cure itself, with a little boost from people? Can microorganisms eat oil, speeding up a self-recovery process after pollution? Oil and hydrocarbon pollution has become a real threat to the Arctic coast. Over the past 15 years, there have been several major ship oil spills in the coastal waters of Russia, Norway and […]

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Eugenijus Kaminskis

The touristic sector is under a deep transformation. Many travellers are starting to have a clear preference for small, countryside destinations far away from the stress of big, bustling urban centres. There is a growing interest today for touristic activities with a cultural, didactic component. “Common heritage of Curonian lagoon” offers an alternative to traditional […]

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Brigita Tivca

High-quality, easy-to-use, attractive agricultural products packed in a way to match the desires of modern customers and to conquer stores’ shelves: this is how the “Green Agriculture without Borders” project (BAG) is supporting farmers in Latvia, Lithuania and Belarus, three countries linked by historically fertile land and hard-working people. BAG is an initiative helping local […]

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