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Incasis Proyect

The INCASIS project forms part of the INTERREG III C inter-regional cooperation programme, the objective of which is to improve the efficiency of regional development policies and initiatives by exchanging information and sharing experiences.

Meanwhile, the objective of the INCASIS (Institutional Capacity for Assessing the Impact of Structural Funds) Project is to support regional development and strengthen cohesion by optimising the use of Structural Funds. More specifically, this project seeks to improve the regions’ institutional capacity in order to evaluate the effectiveness of projects funded by the Structural Funds. In order to achieve this, participating organisations draw up an exhaustive catalogue of tools which will be available to the bodies responsible for carrying out the said evaluation and to other interested organisations in all of the participating regions.

List of participating organisations:

·                                                         Malopolskie School of Public Administration. Krakow, Poland.

·                                                         Malopolskie Province. Poland.

·                                                         Zala Development Agency. Hungary.

·                                                         Vilnius City Council. Lithuania.

·                                                         SviluppoItalia Marche. Marche region, Italy.

·                                                         Finlombarda Ltd. Lombardia region. Italy.

·                                                         Technische Universität Kaiserslautern. Kaiserslautern, Germany.

·                                                         Langhe Monferrato Roero Consortium. Piemonte region, Italy.

·                                                         Asturian Council Federation. Asturias, Spain.

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