A1. Regional training team is established consisting of trainers from the Green Agenda project currently implemented in the three Western Balkan countries
A2. Training of the trainers (on Green Agenda implementation/monitoring/evaluation). Training of trainers on monitoring and evaluation of Green Agenda projects
A3. Trainings - Regional (for preparation of a regional method)
A1. Capacity building program for the professional staff of the municipalities on how to implement local projects according to the principles of bottom up approach, transparency etc.
A2. Direct work with CSOs and citizens
A3. Two study visits to Brabant in The Netherlands (for project staff in the three countries/ for introduction to know-how and brand development) and to Croatia (as a country experienced in implementation of the Green Agenda process) for the CSOs which will implement Green Agendas.
A1. Identification of priorities from the existing Green Agenda documents
A2. Implementation of Green Agenda priorities; implementation of at least one priority in each of the municipalities;
A1. Selection of network members (selection of participating municipalities and CSOs in each of the three countries)
A2. One planning session on International level
A3. One network building event
A4. Developing the international network
A1. One international workshop for sharing best practices with participants from other countries from the region, outside than those participating in this action
A1. Public awareness activities to be carried out within the Green Agenda projects
A2. Two field surveys: A baseline survey at the beginning of the project to establish the state of the art of citizens’ perceptions about the municipal projects that have environmental impact; Final survey to examine to what extent the situation has changed in comparison to the beginning of the project.
A1. International conference of the Green Agenda municipalities for promotion of the best practices toolkit, and embedding the results of the project.
A1. Newsletter for the broader audience
A2 Experience sharing web portal
A1. Developing toolkit (best practices)
A2. Production of a publication at the end of the project, which will contain project results, photos, interviews, best practices and other experiences from the project
A1. Initial/planning workshop (hosted by MKI) to make all partners have a common understanding of the project and decide on project coordination and other practical issues
A2. Meetings (4) of project team: MKI, regional and country coordinators.
A3. Support for local partners and national management meetings.
A4. Mid term evaluations of country projects and final external evaluation of programme