Projects in Hungary

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Technical Assistance Fund

01.04.2009 - 13.06.2017

The bilateral Framework Agreement foresees the possibility of utilizing a maximum of 1.5% of the total allocation to cover certain management costs in the beneficiary country. The technical assistance will support the submission of qualitative projects, transparent processes, and a good visibility of the Swiss Contribution in Hungary.
 


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Scientific Exchange Programme (Sciex) Hungary

01.04.2009 - 31.12.2016

The Scientific Exchange Programme between the New Member States and Switzerland, Sciex-NMS.ch for short, has given over 500 young researchers from new EU member states the opportunity to complete a short-term residency in Switzerland to further their research.


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Security and IT Infrastructure ONCJ

Commemorative plaque on IT equipment

01.09.2012 - 31.03.2017

In Hungary, bomb threats have become a real problem for the judicial system and their number has been increasing over the last few years. Visitors and their baggage need to be screened in order to make sure no explosives or weapons are brought into the courts. Unfortunately, many court buildings do not have the required facilities for the screening of visitors and the security checks need to be conducted by security personnel. The project aims to improve the security level at selected courts across all regions of Hungary through the purchase of x-ray screening facilities and metal detectors, and to enhance the IT infrastructure of the courts through the purchase of IT equipment.


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Energy Efficiency MOI

Immigration centre in Northern Hungary (Balassagyarmat)

01.09.2012 - 31.05.2017

The project aims to improve the working conditions of police employees and the living conditions of asylum seekers through the rehabilitation of initially ten selected  security-related buildings. The buildings included in the project are in poor conditions. Not enough maintenance or improvements have been made and today the buildings do not conform to EU requirements. They are operated with very high costs since regular maintenance work has not been performed. Some buildings have had some renovation, but for meaningful energy savings as well as financial savings further modernisation is required.


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Development Air Quality Network

01.03.2011 - 31.08.2016

Switzerland is contributing CHF 5.750 mio. to improve the monitoring of air quality in accordance with EU standards. The project aims at improving quantitatively and qualitatively the National Air Quality Monitoring Network and ensures to meet the EU requirements concerning publicity of the data and information transfer.


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Waste Monitoring Middle Danube Inspectorate

Two workers with measuring instruments in Hungary

20.01.2011 - 30.06.2016

The Middle Danube Valley Inspectorate for Environmental Protection, Nature Conservation and Water Management aims at improving quantitatively and qualitatively emissions control in order to protect the health of the population and the environment. Switzerland contributes CHF 5.078 mio. to this project that will diminish the risk of contamination of air, soil and water (namely ground water resources).  


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Water Supply Rehabilitation Ózd

Antiquated pipeline

10.11.2010 - 31.12.2016

The control system for the water supply in the municipality of Ózd is antiquated. A district with 700 to 800 households are not connected to the central water supply network. Switzerland intends to change this situation by a project contribution of CHF 7.1 million. The aim is to ensure the same level of service standard in the entire municipality, to improve the water quality, and to reduce maintenance costs.


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Water Supply Rehabilitation Balassagyarmat

10.11.2010 - 30.11.2016

Switzerland is contributing CHF 4.12 million to a project in Balassagyarmat to reduce maintenance costs and ensure the reliability of water supply. Water mains and household connections with the largest number of pipe bursts will be replaced. The investments will also have a positive impact on water quality.


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Water Supply Rehabilitation Érd

Two workers working on a pipe

10.11.2010 - 31.05.2016

Switzerland supports the rehabilitation of the main water pipelines and the introduction of a new control system and a modern pumping station in Érd with a contribution of CHF 5.821 million. This will improve the reliability of the water supply and reduce maintenance cost.


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Water Supply Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen

10.11.2010 - 30.04.2017

Switzerland is contributing CHF 7.803 mio. to improve the water supply network in 11 municipalities of the subregion Borsod-Abaúd Zemplén. Additionally, a water supply network will be introduced in two settlements that are so far only partly or not at all connected to a network.


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Healing Regions

Sports group in the forest

01.10.2010 - 31.12.2014

As part of its enlargement contribution, Switzerland is supporting this tourism project to strengthen Destination Management Organisations (DMO) in the economic development areas of Northern Hungary and the Northern Great Plain. The project focuses on medical tourism.

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