VITAL LANDSCAPES aims to contribute to preserving the quality, diversity and beauty of cultural landscapes in Central Europe as a potential for their future development by introducing cross-sectoral regional strategies and new technologies for visualizing landscape changes.
The opening ceremony of the ECAP III Formulation Mission Stakeholder Workshop held on 26 February 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand. This meeting was part of the VVMZ project in Sauth-East Asia. Participants were senior officials from the ASEAN IP Offices, representatives from enforcement authorities, universities and industry.
Serbia and the World Bank signed in Belgrade on Friday five loan agreements worth $192.5 million, intended for a range of development projects aimed at improving the economy after more than a decade of wars, isolation and mismanagement.
At August 14th 2006, consortium consisting of VVMZ East European Investment Service B.V. from the Netherlands (leader) and Environmental Institute from Slovakia have started implementation of the World Bank financed project Training on Best Agricultural Practice.
Our company was the leader of consortium of austrian OAR, dutch DLG and ETC. These experts developed a decentralization model for Leader+ in Slovakia. Client was the Ministry of Agriculture of the Slovak Republic. Our Slovak and Dutch GIS experts also created a various maps of micro-regions in Slovakia as it was a task in Mapping Component.