Over 2.1 billion lei (more than 100 Millions Euro) approved the National Ecological Fund (NEF) for financing during 2011-2016. These amounts have been allocated to 1 771 projects, many of which are tranches of bigger applications.
During the years 2011-2016 they had thirty-three sessions of the National Ecological Fund Management Board. Annually, the council has four to seven meetings. Five meetings have been convened, where only one project has been approved for funding. The Council has been convened once for two projects and once more for six other projects. At the other meetings 19 to 163 projects were approved for financing, the total approved amounts ranging between several million and 230 million lei.
Download data in digital format (updated 29.12.2017): National Ecological Fund 2011-2016 (Excel format).
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- File number,
- NEF meeting number,
- NEF meeting date,
- *Unique Locality Code (numeric), Example: 100
- *Unique Locality Code (text), Example: CUATM-0100,
- **Beneficiary type,
- Contract number,
- Contract date,
- Contract execution term,
- Amount approved,
- Amount requested,
- Additional agreement execution term.
* For each project was introduced the unique identification code of the locality from the Classifier of the administrative-territorial units of Moldova (CUATM).
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