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The consolidation of the boundary regions integration in sense of countryside and green tourism development

Lead Partner Institution Civic organisation "Odessa regional agricultural consultancy service - centre of the development and legal support of the countryside", ORACS
Country, Region
Ukraine (Odessa Region)

 

Short description of the Project

Main aims of the project are to consolidate the existing infrastructure in green tourism and to create a new one; to improve technical equipment; to develop effective ways of tourist industry management in Odessa region. The project is also oriented on creation of the network of tourist centers in Ukrainian and Romanian border regions.

 

Expected results

  • Informational and resource network;
  • Web-site;
  • Conference dedicated to the 10th anniversary of Euroregion lower Danube;
  • Movie about tourist potential of Odessa region;
  • Data base;
  • Cooperation of Ukrainian and Romanian tourist organizations;
  • Cooperation between regional tourist departments of Odessa region and other Ukrainian regions.

Estimated total cost

765.987 €

EU contribution

665.000 €

Estimated project duration
(in months)

24

Partners involved

Public Organization “Regional Development Agency” (Odessa Region, Ukraine); The National Association for Mountain Rural Development “ROMONTANA” (Suceava county, Romania).

Call for proposals

2nd

Contacts

Odessa regional agricultural consultancy service –

centre of the development and legal support of the countryside", ORACS

Khimikiv str., apt 110, Yuzhny,

Odessa region, 65481, Ukraine

Tel/ fax: +380-48-7269559 (57)

http://misa.com.ua

social@tm.odessa.ua

 
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