Naxta is partner of the awarded consortium for the technical assistance “EU Integration Support Facility” in Kosovo, aimed at supporting and strengthening the institutional capacity of the administration towards the EU pre-accession process, specifically the Ministry of European Integration.
Naxta will provide technical assistance to the Lead Partner Municipality of Ravenna for the management of the project DARE (Digital Environment for collaborative Alliances to Regenerate urban Ecosystems in middle-sized cities), funded by the EU Programme Urban Innovative Actions (UIA). The project aims to transform the Ravenna Dockyard into an open-air digital laboratory, where to experience the future of European cities and develop digital skills and processes for urban regeneration.
Naxta will support the management, coordination, financial reporting and communication activities of the project pepsea, financed by the European Territorial Cooperation Programme Interreg Italy-Croatia 2014-2020, on behalf of Consortium Future in Research (CFR) Ferrara, project partner.
The main objective of the project is the development of a final resolution system for pollution events in closed areas (EPS, Enclosed Part of the Sea) such as ports and bays. The intervention plan will include mitigation, emergency interventions and recovery measures to prevent pollution when it can be avoided.
Naxta will support the management, coordination, financial reporting and
communication activities of the project HISTORIC, financed by the European
Territorial Cooperation Programme Interreg Italy-Croatia 2014-2020, on behalf
of ESU Venezia, project partner. The objective of the project is to increase
the level of sustainable economic and territorial development, by exploiting
the potentialities of cultural heritage, (re)discovering the history and the
Naxta was appointed by GIZ for drafting a position paper on IPA III for the
Western Balkan IPA Beneficiaries: the paper, written following consultations
with the NIPACs and other stakeholders, outlines threats and opportunities in
view of the future IPA programming period (2021-2017) and gathers common
positions and recommendations that will be presented to the European Commission
and the institutions involved in the preparation of IPA III.
Naxta will support the Municipality of Cesenatico in the implementation of the
technical activities of the project ARCA ADRIATICA, funded by the European
Territorial Cooperation Programme Interreg Italy-Croatia 2014-2020. The main
aim of the project is the development of a common tourism product, based on the
principles of social and ecological sustainability which valorizes, preserves,
protects and promotes the rich maritime heritage of the North Adriatic area.
Naxta will support the Municipality of Forlì in the management, programming and
implementation of the project ENES-CE, of which it is Lead Partner, and funded
by the European Territorial Cooperation Programme Interreg Central Europe
2014-2020. ENES-CE aims at supporting Central European countries in the
development of local and regional energy strategies and action plans through
improving the adoption and quality of energy plans with a bottom up quadruple
helix approach, where citizens play a pivotal role.
Naxta will support the Lead Partner CNA Emilia-Romagna (Regional branch of the
Italian National Confederation of Crafts and Small and Medium Sized businesses)
in the communication activities of the project 4STEPS, funded by the European
Territorial Cooperation Programme Interreg Central Europe 2014-2020. The main
project objective is to support the successful implementation of smart
specialisation strategies and to apply Industry 4.0 to all the industrial
sectors identified by each regions.
In the framework of the project PROVE (European Projects and Values), funded by
regional funds of Emilia Romagna, Naxta experts carried out capacity building
and training activities on EU funding opportunities and how to access them, on
EU project writing and management and partner research. The training
beneficiaries were the administrative personnel of the Municipality of Ferrara
and other public entities, as well as the representatives of the local