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Strengthening Sustainable Management of Forests in Georgia

Project Type: EU Twinning project
Beneficiary institutions: Forest Policy Service of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia; LEPL National Forest Agency; Department of Environmental Supervision
Year: 2017-2019
Budget: 840 000 EUR
Leader: Lithuania
Project Type: EU Twinning project
Beneficiary institutions: Forest Policy Service of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Protection of Georgia; LEPL National Forest Agency; Department of Environmental Supervision
Year: 2017-2019
Budget: 840 000 EUR
Leader: Lithuania
CPMA role: Partner
Project purpose: to enhance the capacity of the state forest institutions in order to prevent and combat illegal activities in the sector, ensuring the sustainable management of Georgian forests, including legal harvest and trade of timber and non-timber forest products through harmonizing the Georgian forest regulatory framework to the EU standards and practices, directions and good practice, also by improving the forest information and monitoring system, as well as strengthening communication to this end between these institutions. : Partner
Project purpose: to enhance the capacity of the state forest institutions in order to prevent and combat illegal activities in the sector, ensuring the sustainable management of Georgian forests, including legal harvest and trade of timber and non-timber forest products through harmonizing the Georgian forest regulatory framework to the EU standards and practices, directions and good practice, also by improving the forest information and monitoring system, as well as strengthening communication to this end between these institutions. 

ENPI — support to the PAO in application and coordination of institution building facilities eneficiary institution: State Minister’s Office of Georgia

Project Type: EU Technical Assistance
Year: 2012-2014
Budget: 1 200 000 EUR
Leader: Hulla and Human Dynamics
CPMA role: Partner
Project purpose: to provide technical assistance to the Twinning Programme Administrative Office (PAO) in Georgia, functioning at the State Ministry of European and Euro-Atlantic Integration of Georgia. The PAO's overall responsibility is to ensure proper coordination over application and implementation of projects and programmes available under the institution building facilities (like comprehensive institutional building); further promotion and assistance in utilisation of Twinning, TAIEX and SIGMA instruments by respective line ministries and public administrations. The professional staff which will be hired within this project, will complete the structure of the PAO and will ensure the well-functioning of the latter.

Supporting the Georgian National Communication Commission (GNCC) in Developing its Electronic Communications Regulatory framework and Operational Capacities in Line with EU Regulatory Framework

Project Type: EU Twinning project
Beneficiary institution: Georgian National Communication Commission (GNCC)
Year: 2017-2019
Budget: 840 000 EUR
Leader: Lithuania
CPMA role: Partner
Project purpose: Conduct in-depth review of Georgian Telecommunication Regulatory frameworks redefine relevant markets in the electronic communications sector that are susceptible to ex ante regulation define broadband regulatory approach, conduct a feasibility study to assess the necessity of Universal Service provision, according to the EU Regulatory Framework and Europe 2020 Initiative “The Digital Agenda for Europe”.

Strengthening Capacity of the Competition Agency of Georgia

Project type: EU Twinning programme

Years: 2020-2022

Budget: 1 200 000 EUR

Leader: Lithuania

CPMA role:  Partner

Project purpose: support the enhancement of competition and consumer protection policy of Georgia in line with the commitments of Georgia in the context of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement (AA).

Strengthening Blood Safety System in Georgia

Project type: EU Twinning programme

Years: 2020-2021

Budget: 1 300 000 EUR

Leader: Lithuania

CPMA role:  Partner

Project purpose: support public health policies and programmes to prevent the spread of communicable diseases, through promoting the safety of substances of human origin and ensuring the highest possible quality level of blood transfusion service in Georgia.

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