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Projektarbeit in strukturschwachen ländlichen Regionen Bulgariens und Rumäniens: Erfahrungen der deutschen Etnwicklungszusammenarbeit

Project work in structurally weak, rural regions of Bulgaria and Rumania: experiences gathered by the German development cooperation
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Adler, Jens; Böttcher, Detlev

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Abstract The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH and InWEnt gGmbH - Capacity Building International, Germany, have a long and successful tradition in supporting South Eastern European Stability Pact Countries (SEE), including Bulgaria and Romania. This paper discusses main findings of their work with respect to projects targeting rural areas with structural deficits and weaknesses in SEE. After some introductory remarks, major challenges rural areas in Bulgaria and Romania are facing will be explained. Donors and instruments they apply with respect to regional and rural development will be described. Special attention will be paid to EU and German support schemes. Further details are mainly provided for two project examples which are considered as cases of successful German Development Co-operation in the region. Finally, some meaningful recommendations for future and targeted project efforts are highlighted. (author's abstract)
Keywords Romania; Bulgaria; rural area; development aid; project; promotion of development; cooperation; underdeveloped region; EU; Federal Republic of Germany; Southeastern Europe; regional development
Classification Area Development Planning, Regional Research; International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy
Document language German
Publication Year 2005
Page/Pages p. 174-179
Journal Europa Regional, 13.2005 (2005) 4
ISSN 0943-7142
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications