Capacity building & institutional cooperation movies
Capacity building movies
Norvég Alap 2009-2014 Kapacitásfejlesztés és Intézményközi Együttműködés Program
A Norvég Alap keretében megvalósított HU11 Kapacitásfejlesztés és Intézményközi Együttműködés Program végrehajtását és eredményeit foglalja össze a dokumentumfilm. A program célja volt a magyar közintézmények kapacitásainak megerősítése, humán erőforrásainak fejlesztése, a hasonló feladatokat ellátó norvég intézményekkel és hatóságokkal való együttműködés és tudástranszfer által. A 2009-2014 támogatási ciklusban a Norvég Alap 83,2 millió Eurót biztosított Magyarország számára.
Norvég Alap 2009-2014 Kapacitásfejlesztés és Intézményközi Együttműködés Program záró rendezvény
Lezárult a Norvég Finanszírozási Mechanizmus 2009-2014 közötti időszaka, amelynek keretén belül a Kapacitásfejlesztés és Intézményközi Együttműködés Program (HU11) is záró rendezvényt tartott 2017. november 23-24-én, Balatonfüreden. Ebben a támogatási ciklusban a Norvég Alap 83,2 millió Eurót biztosított Magyarország számára.
Foundation of local and micro-regional economic development by local governments capacity- building and knowledge transfer
The main goal of the NORMA project was the foundation of micro-regional economic development through capacity-building and knowledge transfer, as well as the encouragement of Life Long Learning, e-learning and gender equality at local governments. The Municipality of Törökbálint coordinated the implementation of the project in strong partnership with the settlements from the micro-region: Diósd, Pusztazámor, Sóskút, Tárnok. The donor partner was the University of Lillehammer.
Healthy and Active Ageing
The “Healthy and Active Ageing” project has delivered a possible answer to this challenge by creating an inter-institutional cooperation in charge of organising, coordinating and supervising volunteers who are providing helping activities to the elderly. The aim of the cooperation is to contribute to improvement of the conditions of active and independent life at home for the elderly.
Establishment of the Hajdú Folk Handicraft and Training Centre (FolkCraft)
The goal of the project was the capacity-building of the Municipality of Hajdúböszörmény for enhancing quality of public services and for promoting local economic development, along with the elaboration of cooperation between the local NGOs and enterprises. Besides realizing local economic sustainability, the enhancement of social capacities, the strengthening of local and regional cooperation and economic development, and transfer of good practices are also considered as important results of the project.
Promotion of local economic development building on the Budapest airport through new labour market services of Budapest District 18 and Vecsés
The project’s aim is to promote local employment related to airport economy by introducing novel, innovative services: by this, the project wishes to help local residents find job opportunities closer to their homes and fitting their actual skills and qualifications, i.e., to improve their position on the job market. As a means, the project creates the opportunity for constant learning and development by offering cutting-edge educational technology and various courses to local residents, in line with equality and equal opportunity principles.
Pilot Project for Quality Ageing
The overall objective of the project was to raise the standard of care for the elderly in the small-village areas of the rural territories in Hungary.
Our first direct objective was the human capacity building in the public sector and in elderly care. We also wanted to help bring new attitudes and to involve older people living in small settlements in the local community. Nine groups of activities contributed to attain the first direct objective. Among others there were 19 different types of training sessions and the preparation of five new curriculum. We implemented three conferences as well as a creative workshop. We created three field researches and an intensive English language course. The project included 3 study trips to Norway with 15 participants each and an exchange visits of two nurses from both Hungary and Norway. Special attention was given to the relationship between the young and the elderly.
Capacity building of the disaster management system at local level
The programme aims to enhance the capacities of Hungarian public institutions and to develop their human resources by way of cooperation and knowledge transfer with Norwegian institutions and authorities performing similar functions. Each project within the programme is implemented in partnership with one or more Norwegian institutions.
The project named “Local capacity development of disaster management institutions” is primarily intended to support the establishment of disaster management stations. To this end, training courses of professional development, gender equality, and local cooperation, as well as exchanges of experience with the Norwegian partners were provided.
Revealing the Economic and Social Impacts of Cultural Heritage
he goal of the pilot project was to revitalize a former parish building into a community centre through a wider community development approach. The revitalization concept of the derelict national monument has been formulated together with the local inhabitants through community planning. The new functions and the social enterprise linked to the building were designed during planning workshops with the active participation of experts, local entrepreneurs, civil organizations, mayors and inhabitants. This process was accompanied by a series of capacity building trainings, providing local stakeholders with all the necessary knowledge to sustain the building and their own businesses. The goal was to establish an entrepreneur community, who would actively take part in the operation and upkeep of the parish house.