Versiunea română Magyar verzió English
Home
About us
Our programs
Publications
Media
Contact
 
Our programs
Green Spaces

GREEN SPACES

The "Green Spaces" program was launched in 2006 by the Environmental Partnership Foundation  with MOL Romania,  through a pilot program called "Schools for the Environment". The pilot program sought to involve children and young people in projects of reforestation and rehabilitation of green spaces.

After the success of the pilot project the cooperation between MOL Romania and the Foundation has flourished, so in 2017 the twelfth consecutive call for proposals for the Green Spaces program was launched.

This year the available amount for the two categories of the program - Natural Protected Areas and Urban Green Spaces - is almost 150.000 EUR.

The Natural Protected Areas component has the goal to promote the protected areas of Romania in order to increase their acceptance level through the involvement of NGOs, schools, local communities and administrators of the protected areas.

Through this component there will be funded projects that intend to run the following type of activities:
• Junior Rangers
• Day of Protected Areas
• Biodiversity Day
• Educational Trail development in protected areas
• Permanent exhibition development in the visitors' center of the protected areas

The amount available for 2017 is 441.950 RON.
Maximum amount/project: 20.000 RON.


Within the „Urban Green Spaces" component the Foundation offers grants for the creation or rehabilitation of green spaces, run by NGOs in collaboration with different institutions.
The amount available for 2017 is 216.975 RON.
Maximum amount/project: 9.000 RON.

Own contribution must be at least 20% of the project budget.

For more information about Green Spaces visit us on www.spatiiverzi.org.ro


<< Back


Foto
About us   Our programs Publications Media Contact
Sitemap
Our history
Our focus
Our leadership
Our staff
Awards
Annual reports
Member of EP
Grant statistics
Fundraising
Our funders
Partners
Active programs
Program archive
Books
Leaflets
Press review
Media partners
Press release
Contact details
Message box
Visitors: 2312021