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Diesel Units for the Railway Line Malbork - Grudziadz

Billboard on the train informing about the Swiss Contribution

24.10.2009 - 31.12.2016

The main aim of the project is to improve the public passenger railway transport system between the cities of Malbork and Grudziadz (railway line Torun Wschodni – Malbork), predominantly located in the Pomorskie Voivodship, by purchasing modern rolling stock. This aim will be achieved by procuring four light rail diesel units of the latest technology, which will be operated by a private carrier on the basis of a concession agreement.


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Improving Warsaw Commuter Rail Services

Illustration of the planned inside of a train

24.10.2009 - 28.02.2017

The city of Warsaw is growing at a rapid pace. The need for maintenance, improvement and development of the public transport system in the city and the wider metropolitan area is apparent. This project aims at improving the efficiency, reliability, safety and comfort of passenger transport services on an important commuter railway line linking the city of Grodzisk Mazowiecki to the Warsaw city center.


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Transport Center in Legionowo

Parking garage in construction

22.10.2009 - 31.03.2017

Legionowo is a fast growing city of more than 50'000 inhabitants, located some 20 km to the north of Poland’s capital Warsaw. Today, different public transport modes (national, regional, local buses, trains) do not exploit their full potential. One of the key reasons is the lack of a proper transportation hub with adequate passenger services. However, the potential of public transport is huge. The aim of the project is therefore to build an integrated rail and bus station (Transport Center Legionowo), fully equipped with an electronic passenger information system, and with Park & Ride Facility.


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Promotion of renewable energy in Primorska

Schüler mit Eco-Modellhaus

01.10.2009 - 31.08.2015

Up to now, "green energy" in Slovenia has been almost exclusively derived from hydroelectric power plants, but that is set to change. Switzerland has been supporting a project in Slovenia that promotes other sources of renewable energy: a noise barrier along a motorway has been equipped with solar panels and 29 public buildings that were previously heated with oil have been converted to biomass heating, 12 of which have also been made energy efficient.

Country/region Topic Period Budget
Slovenia
Protecting the environment
Energy efficiency and renewable energy

01.10.2009 - 31.08.2015


CHF 3'680'000



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Pisco water supply rehabilitation project

01.10.2009 - 31.12.2016

Switzerland supports in partnership with the German Development Bank KfW the restoration of the water supply system in the Peruvian cities of Pisco and San Andrés.


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Financial Reporting Technical Assistance Program

02.09.2009 - 31.12.2016

Despite major reforms by the New EU Member States to their legal and regulatory frameworks governing corporate sector accounting and auditing, there is a substantial unfinished institutional development agenda in the field of financial reporting. The Financial Reporting Technical Assistance Program provides support to five national administrations (in Poland as well as in the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Slovenia) which face capacity constraints and challenges in fully implementing, both in law and in practice, the very demanding obligations imposed by the rapidly-evolving acquis communautaire in this field.


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Financial Reporting Project

01.09.2009 - 13.06.2017

Despite major reforms by the New EU Member States to their legal and regulatory frameworks governing corporate sector accounting and auditing, there is a substantial unfinished institutional development agenda in the field of financial reporting. The Financial Reporting Technical Assistance Program provides support to five national administrations (in Latvia as well as in the Czech Republic, Estonia, Poland, Slovenia) which face capacity constraints and challenges in fully implementing – both in law and in practice – the very demanding obligations imposed by the rapidly-evolving acquis communautaire in this field.


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Osh/Jalalabad Water Rehabilitation Project

01.09.2009 - 30.12.2018

The basic objectives are to restore an uninterrupted supply of quality water to 260'000 people in Osh and 75'000 people in Jalal-Abad as well as to strengthen the capacity of the publicly owned water companies in technical, organizational and financial aspects. The project is co-financed with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.


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Bishkek Water Supply

05.07.2009 - 30.06.2018

The Bishkek Water Company (BVK) provides potable water for domestic, commercial and public sector customers and collects and treats wastewater. BVK serves about 950,000 people and 5,500 institutional customers, including companies in the city and surrounding villages. Most of their infrastructure is outdated. Water losses are estimated at 25% of water supplied to network. BVK has limited capacity to carry out a rehabilitation programme on a larger scale.


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Enhancement of regional competitiveness through Corporate Social Responsibility measures

Young adult working on a machine

01.06.2009 - 28.02.2017

Recent research has shown a strong link between national Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) factors and the level of innovativeness in a country. In Poland the CSR concept is relatively new and has not been incorporated in the enterprises’ development policy yet. The project aims at improving the awareness and know-how in the field of corporate social responsibility and sustainable development. Through pilot projects, support will be given to approximately 90 small and medium-sized enterprises taking concrete measures such as improving social labour standards, fighting corruption, protecting the environment and making greater use of renewable energy sources.


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National Capital Fund

Information board

01.05.2009 - 31.12.2016

Small and medium enterprises (SME) in Poland face great difficulties in accessing external long-term finance. The National Capital Fund (Polish: Krajowy Fundusz Kapitalowy – ‘KFK’) is a fund-of-funds which provides venture capital for innovative and R&D oriented SME, particularly in four structurally-weak provinces in the southwest of Poland.

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