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The ABD Grant schemes are designed to support small projects in the Western Balkan cross-border regions related to income generation by improvement of production process, technology and quality of products and services in various value chains (tourism, agriculture, etc.). It supports partnerships of a cross-border character but also individual projects/businesses who have potential of expanding and engaging into cross-border partnership in the near future. The focus is on a sustainable business projects and partnerships who are in line with the local development strategies and considering important economic initiatives.

Reconstructed summer terrace in Belojshki Biser restaurant

With the support of grant investment, the restaurant facility “Belojshki Biser” constructed a summer terrace with installation of horizontal sliding glass doors/windows and motorized vertical glass system as well as procurement and installation of fireplace/stove heating system with radiators for the restaurant premises.

Active holiday in the Mountains of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Within the grant investment Mountaineering club Volujak built two mountain bungalows which will improve accommodation capacities with additional 8 beds. The investment included as well marking of hiking trails in a total length of 7 km. Upgrade of facility and accommodation will attract more visitors to Mountain Volujak, as well will improve the safety of backpackers and mountaineers on this mountain.

Info days for the opening of the ABD Grant scheme in the cross-border region...

The Regional Rural Development Standing Working Group (SWG) in South-East Europe in cooperation with GIZ within the project ”Rural development through integrated forest and water resources management” (LEIWW), has opened the Call for proposals for the ABD Grant Scheme on the 27th May, 2016.

Improving conditions for cheese production and rural tourism of Pesic family

Within the SEDRA grant investment Pesic family from Montenegro established central heating system for cheese plant and degustation center as well as installing isolation to ensure energy efficiency and façade which will contribute to attractiveness of the center as well.

Jadovnik Off-Road Adventure

Tourist Agency “Travel point” work on development of receptive tourism programs with a special focus on rural tourism and an active vacation in discovering all the charms and beauties of the Municipality of Prijepolje, Serbia and the region.

Through the SEDRA project grant scheme supported 35 beneficiaries from the WB

Did you know that almost half of the population of Southeast Europe lives in rural areas? The majority of them is financially dependent on agriculture and forestry, where percentage of people employed in agriculture in the region is approximately 20% (from 8% in Montenegro to 41.4% in Albania).