Danube Project Support Toolkit published

We are happy to announce that the Danube Project Support Toolkit has been published!

It is now available for download:

The Toolkit offers guidance for organisations who wish to establish their own project-support instrument, or who wish to revise an existing one.

It provides:

–          Questions to ask yourself when setting up a project-support instrument

–          Tips based on lessons learned by other instruments

–          Factsheets of nine selected instruments in the Danube Region as examples and for inspiration

Although the DPS Toolkit is based on experiences made in the Danube Region, it will doubtlessly be helpful for setting up instruments in other regions as well.

Priority Area 10 Institutional Capacity & Cooperation of the EUSDR initiated the development of the Toolkit in order to allow for a transfer of lessons learned and to foster capacity building. Thanks to all the project support instruments who provided input, the Toolkit is bound to become a valued companion of project-support instrument developers and implementers.

You are kindly invited to make use of the DPS Toolkit!