On April 20, 2018, the National Institute for Economic Research organized the workshop dedicated to launching of the international project Let’s Rock the Central, Eastern and Western Europe with Transnational Local Action, funded by the Visegrad Fund and implemented by the National Institute for Economic Research in partnership with Inspiro Consulting. The event was opened by Mr. Alexandru Stratan, NIER Director, who mentioned the importance of the respective project for the development of the LAGs in the Republic of Moldova, highlighting…
The research aims to identify those factors that positively and negatively influence LAGs impact on community and on their members. Also the research will be as a handbook for LAGs across Macedonia and ”new coming” LAGs from Moldova.
In Macedonia and in Moldova will be organized public workshops with local and national stakeholders responsible for IPARD and ENPARD Programs as well as with local community players involved in rural development, on success examples of LAGs in V4 countries. V4 experts will be involved as a special guests.
The research aims to asses the rural development perspectives and strategic sectors in MD and MK that can be considered cooperation sectors between the countries. Also, the research will serve as a handbook map for new created and existing LAGs and/or associative groups aiming to cooperate with other regional partners.
In Macedonia and in Moldova will be organized training sessions on Community-Led Local Development for Local Actors. The trainers will be professionals from V4 and Eap-WB countries who experienced and implemented rural development projects.
Because in Moldova aren't any LAGs, a community will be selected as a pilot project. Local experts with V4 expert will offer consultancy and coaching, step by step, for LAG creation. For couple of days the local actors will be brought together, trained and assisted in creation the LAG. Also, during this stage, members of new established informal LAG will participate into the process of elaboration community strategy.