The signing of the Agreement is a result of the joint work of the Risipeni, Taxobeni, Horești and Izvoare municipalities, the Community Initiative Team and the citizens, who together make joint efforts to improve the municipal solid waste management service, with the support of MĂ IMPLIC Project. Under the agreement, the partner-municipalities receive a grant of a maximum of 65,000 Swiss francs, for carrying out the works and/or procuring the necessary equipment, for the realization of the project.
During the Grant signing event, the most active members of the Community Initiative Team received appreciation certificates for their active involvement in the implementation of the project. The community facilitator, Victor Cimpoieș, informed those present at the event about the results obtained, but also about the tasks to be performed to improve the quality of life of the inhabitants of the 9 villages, but also of the environment.
In addition to financial support, beneficiaries receive consultancy and capacity-building services. The “MĂ IMPLIC” project helps the municipality and the service provider not only to improve the infrastructure but also to develop long-term approaches to keep this infrastructure in good shape and to have sustainable models for financing the provision of services. In our work, we ensure that local citizens, LPA employees, NGOs, and businesses are actively involved in modernizing community services in the community and especially that the less advantaged have equal access to these services.
The project is funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and implemented by SKAT Consulting.