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Successful Completion of PPF5 Activities

Belgrade, November 17, 2016 After four years of successful implementation and comprehensive work with partners and beneficiaries in Serbia, Project Preparation Facility 5 (PPF5), EU-funded project, finalises its activities in November 2016.PPF5was the fifth of a long series of facilities that the European Integration Office of Serbia (SEIO) as main beneficiary used to support both…

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Final Steering Committee meeting

Belgrade, November 7, 2016 Project Preparation Facility (PPF5) held its final Steering Committee meeting, closing event to mark finalisation of a successful four years of implementation. The meeting was attended by participants from Serbian European Integration Office (SEIO) project’s main beneficiary, Delegation of the European Union to Serbia with the participation of the project’s consortium…

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Documents for Capital Investment Handed over to Kraljevo

Kraljevo, February 10, 2016 Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Michael Davenport handed over to Mayor of Kraljevo Mr. Tomislav Ilic technical documentation for the construction of wastewater treatment plant and sewerage network in Kraljevo. This documentation will enable City of Kraljevo to apply for funds that are necessary for construction of the system…

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Workshop: Use of Methodology for Projects in Infrastructure and Energy

Belgrade, November 4, 2015 Representatives of the EU Integration Office (SEIO), the Delegation of the European Union and the project PPF5 held in Belgrade workshop for representatives of cities and municipalities in Serbia on the way of practical and strategic use and application of the Methodology for the selection and prioritization of infrastructure projects resulting…

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Development of Technical Documentation For Waste Water Project in Kraljevo

As part of its assistance to SEIO for the preparation of technical and tendering documentation for major investment projects in Serbia, PPF5 was appointed to continue with development of the technical documentation for Wastewater Project (WWTP) in the City of Kraljevo, i.e. in preparation of Feasibility study and Preliminary design for WWTP and in addition…

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Extension of PPF5 Project

Following the decision taken by the Project Steering Committee held on September 22nd, the European Union (as the Contracting Authority) On October 29th issued an Addendum to the Project Preparation Facility (PPF5) Contract which envisages a no cost extension with related budget amendments. In concrete terms, PPF5 life span is extended by 10 additional months…

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Further PPF5 Trainings to Support IPA Programming

The upcoming PPF5 training module on ‘Methodology for the Energy Sector ’will take place at the end of September 2014.This will be followed by more specialised training on Infrastructure Project Preparation and Implementation which will be customised to cover the specific needs of the above mentioned Methodology sectors (environment, energy, transport and business development. The…

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Courses on the Identification and Preparation of Infrastructure Projects

PPF5 experts have delivered a series of training modules on the Methodology for Selection and Prioritisation of Infrastructure Projects (the Methodology) over the period June-July 2014. The Methodology has been developed by the Serbian European Integration Office (SEIO), with support from PPF5, in response to the need for identifying and preparing a national portfolio of…

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PPF5 Experts Helping in Flood Assessment

The Project Preparation Facility (PPF5) has allocated 300 working days to a team of 17 international and local experts which joined the Serbian Government Task Force  assessing recovery and reconstruction needs following the recent devastating floods in Serbia. PPF5 assistance included the provision of day-to-day support incoordinating thework of the separate assessment teams from the European…

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Training for Sector Working Groups

To support the ongoing programming process, PPF5 provided training for members of all the Sector Working Groups (SWG) members, including the civil society organisations which support the work of SWGs via the ‘SECO mechanism’. Over 90 Serbian public administration representatives were trained at four 1-day trainings that were carried out in February (from 3rd new…