Presentation on theme: "Presentation of the Datourway project Mariann Major Vén Project Manager VÁTI Nonprofit Kft. Closure conference 1-2. February 2012. Samorin, Slovakia"— Presentation transcript:
Presentation of the Datourway project Mariann Major Vén Project Manager VÁTI Nonprofit Kft. Closure conference 1-2. February 2012. Samorin, Slovakia firstname.lastname@example.org@vati.hu, email@example.com@vati.hu
Brief introduction: Objectives Time frame Contents Partners Target groups
Objectives, Time frame Under the South East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme Objectives: to contribute to the sustainable development of the Danube area by means of the joint elaboration of a strategy for tourism and of pilot projects for different special areas Timeframe: May 2009 – February 2012
Development of GIS database Analysis of national areas (NUTS3), synthesis Contents
Strategy for sustainable development of tourism along the south-eastern sections of river Danube Pilot projects Danube Tourism Information and Website Networking Contents
Pilot Projects 1.Lower Ipoly / Ipel (Slovakia – Hungary) New Perspectives after Schengen 2. Béda – Karapancsa: Tourism as a way to overcome deprivation (Tri-state area of Croatia, Hungary, Serbia)
Pilot Projects 3. Vidin – Calafat: rural tourism for urban citizens (Bulgaria – Romania) 4. The Deltas (nature conservation and eco- tourism Po Delta and Danube Delta) 5. Greenway (routes for non-motorised tourism along the river Danube)
PARTNERS Lead Partner: VÁTI Non Profit Ltd Observer Partner: Ministry for National Economy, Hungary 7 countries, 16 Partners (4 from Hungary, 1 Bulgaria, 1 from Italy, 3 Romania, 1 Slovakia, 2 Croatia, 4 Serbia) Ministries give advice and promote implementation; Development agencies support realisation; Research and planning organisations undertake the work of analysis, strategy building, pilot planning projects; The Italian partner shares their experience in riverside tourism development
TARGET GROUPS All regional development agencies, NGOs and public stakeholders participating directly or indirectly in the project All regional development agencies, regional and national authorities, local governments, business and civil organisations with potential role and influence upon the future of the DATOURWAY area Public meetings are addressed to the broad range of stakeholders Information is provided to the general public on a regular basis (website, publications, press conferences etc.).
THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND ATTENTION AND THE CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUCCESFUL PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION www.datourway.eu firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com www.datourway.eu firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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