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RevitCom - Exchanging experiences with Rissa to revitalise the Fehérgyarmat Community Centre

RevitCom - Exchanging experiences with Rissa to revitalise the Fehérgyarmat Community Centre

Project ID: HU07-0002-C1-2013


Projektgazda/Projekt Promoter Fehérgyarmat Város Önkormányzata/ Local goverment of Fehergyarmat Town
Megvalósítási időszak/Implementation period 2014.04.01- 2014.05.20
Hazai Projekt Partnerek/National Project Partner -
Donor Projekt Partner/Donor Project Partner Rissa Utvikling KF
Összköltség / Total budget (EUR) 2 336 000 HUF/7 915 EUR
EGT/Norvég támogatás összege / EEA/Norwegian Grant (EUR) 2 336 000 HUF/7 915 EUR

The overall objective of the project "RevitCom - Exchanging experiences with Rissa to revitalise the Fehérgyarmat Community Centre" is to create a sustainable contact with donor partner organisation of Rissa municipality in Norway. The focus of the bilateral cooperation activity is to prepare the application for the "Preservation of rural cultural and natural heritage" call for proposals. In the framework of this preparatory action the promoter of the proposal, the Local government of Fehérgyarmat town will extend its knowledge on cultural center activities in Norway, and will evaluate the possible ways of implementation these methods in Hungary.

The specific objectives of the current proposal are the followings:
- creating personal contact with donor organisation
- organisation of a project development meeting with the donor organisation in Norway
- examining relevant good practices
- working on the development of the "Preservation of rural cultural and natural heritage" project proposal

A project development meeting will be organised in Norway, 4 persons will have increased capacity on promoter side on the topic of the "Preservation of rural cultural and natural heritage" project. This bilateral cooperation action therefore will enhance the the content of the "Preservation of rural cultural and natural heritage" project proposal to be submitted by May 2014.