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Carpathian Foundation grants 2000

Recipient: Local government of Szikszó, Hungary
Description: To implement a sustainable development programme based on existing natural and cultural heritage, especially market town traditions.
Grant: $100,000

Recipient: Local government of Szikszó, Hungary
Description: To implement a sustainable development programme based on existing natural and cultural heritage, especially market town traditions.
Grant: $100,000


Recipient: Galician Guest Farms, Poland
Description: Develop agro-tourism, SMEs and tourism in Podkarpackie province.
Grant: $29,821


Recipient: Municipality of Dukla, Poland
Description: Create new jobs with emphasis on traditional handicrafts, continue cooperation between Poland and Slovakia.
Grant: $55,895


Recipient: Cdimm Maramures Foundation, Baia Mare, Romania
Description: Initiate micro-credit fund based on partnership agreement and to develop human resources.
Grant: $97,500


Recipient: The Association of Towns and Villages, Vranov nad Topľou, Slovakia
Description: Mobilise and inform citizens and increase local awareness of region's potential.
Grant: $100,211


Recipient: Pre-Carpathian Association of Regional Development, Staryj Sambir, Ukraine

Description: Involve local communities in integrated development and decision-making in order to stimulate sustainable economic development in rural areas.


Source: Carpathian Foundation

Note: Listed grants are part of the Carpathian Foundation's Integrated Rural Community Development Programme; the Carpathian Foundation has several other programmes which also give grants.

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