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MISP Trainings

Belgrade, 7 May 2012 – MISP Trainings: 24 May 2012 – Training for SLAP Coordinators I (Hotel Babe); 15 June 2012 – Training for SLAP Coordinators II (Hotel My Place Niš); 19-20 June – Programming and Project preparation V (Aqua Star Danube,

 

MISP Programme – new location

New contact detailes of the MISP Programme:

MISP – Municipal Infrastructure Support Programme
Šumatovačka  3A St.
11000 Belgrade, Serbia

Phone: +381 (0)11 24 05 789
Phone: +381 (0)11 24 05 790
Phone/Fax:    +381 (0)11 24 05 793

MISP IPA 2010 – Municipal Infrastructure Support Programme
Šumatovačka  3A St.
11000 Belgrade, Serbia 

Phone: +381 (0)11 24 05 776
Phone/Fax:    +381 (0)11 24 05 793

office@misp-serbia.rs

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Happy 2012!

Dear colleagues and friends,

We wish you a New Year filled with wonder, peace, and meaning. Happy 2012! Looking forward to cooperate with you in the years to come.

With kindest regards,

MISP TEAM

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Training’s for SLAP Coordinators

Next SLAP trainings are scheduled for 25th of October in Niš, 3rd of November in Zlatibor, 23rd of November in Palić, 15th of December in Zrenjanin, and the final event for 24th of January 2012 in Belgrade.  Representatives and collegues from from Ministry of Environment, Mining and Spatial Planning will be actively involved in acitivites within upcoming trainings for SLAP Coordinators

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MISP Master Class for SC Members

The Municipal Infrastructure Support Progamme is an EU funded project managed by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia, financed under the IPA2008 Programme. The project is covered by Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 of 17.7.2006.

Objective and programme

The purpose of the training is to enhance abilities and knowledge in distinguishing all steps in the process of project preparation and implementation, as well as to give presentation on the importance and differences between national and international key documents in this process (with focus on EU tendering and contracting process).

The first day of the master class training will be oriented to the project cycle including the underlying legislation and required documents and to project preparation including project initiation, SLAP data base and feasibility study. The second day will be devoted to stages of design, permitting, tendering and implementation including sessions on PRAG/FIDIC procedures.

The training plan indicates the content blocks, the various sessions, the trainers selected, the level of interaction anticipated and which documents are anticipated to be discussed in which session of the programme.

All members of the Steering Committee including the State Secretary of MERD will be invited. Moreover, some additional participants from the direct environments of the Steering Committee members will probably participate as well.

With this training the participants will be substantially more familiar with terminology and planning of infrastructure projects, and in specific the difficulties one can encounter during the preparation and implementation process.

MISP in general

The overall objective of MISP is to create a strengthened capacity in Serbia, as required by candidates for EU Membership, to develop and implement policy reforms on the decentralization of local government leading to:

  • improved local governance,
  • better management of municipal infrastructure services, and
  • the capacity of municipalities to programme and absorb EC investment funds for new and rehabilitated assets’.

The purpose is to enhance management for environmental, economic and social infrastructure services in the municipalities and to enhance investment in new and/or rehabilitated assets to achieve EU environmental standards, promote economic growth through business-related activities, achieve sustainable economic development and provide for social needs. The current MISP phase has three main components:

Component I Component II Component III
Improved institutional and regulatory framework for municipal infrastructure services and support for PUC reform. Improved municipal infrastructure programming and project
preparation.
Implementation of selected municipal infrastructure projects.

Infrastructure development is programmed and managed in Serbia by the central government, with different roles for the general ministries (Finance, Economy & Regional Development, Public Administration, ..), the most concerned line ministries (Environment & Spatial Planning, Trade & Agriculture, Forestry & Water Management, Infrastructure, …) and the Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities (SCTM). These and other government bodies are represented in the Steering Committee of MISP.

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