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ASOCIAŢIA EUROPEANĂ PENTRU O VIAŢĂ MAI BUNĂ is a non-governmental non-profit organization, whose general objective is to improve quality of life and to promote human values in Romania by supporting and promoting measures in key areas of citizens’ life. Asociaţia Europeană pentru o Viaţă mai Bună undertakes activities, actions and initiatives for improvement and re-integration of access to the labor market for disadvantaged groups and manifests an interest with the view of increasing the level of development and life conditions in rural areas. Asociaţia Europeană pentru o Viaţă mai Bună relies on its members experience gathered within the context of implementing projects financed through pre- and post-accession funds, bilateral agreements with the World Bank, including cooperation at national and European level targeted at measures regarding education and social inclusion, touristic development, entrepreneurship, employment and integration within the labor market. In this context, we could mention projects like:

1. "Employment Services and Labor Market Policies in Romania”, within the World Bank project „Employment and Social Care”, implemented between 1996-2001, a bilateral project implemented as part of cooperation between the German and the Romanian Government
2. „Implementation and Monitoring of the National Employment Plan for the Romanian Workforce” 2002-2003, regarding integration within the labor market.

Also, we have to underline the involvement of the association members within the management and implementation of some PHARE-funded projects which targeted the European Employment Strategy in Romania, respectively Romanian preparation from the perspective of accessing Structural Funds within the Convergence Objective of the European Union Cohesion Policy, projects undertaken between 2007-2008.

• Within the tourism sector, the experience of the founding members includes four relevant projects in terms of subject, financed from TACIS and CARDS programmes belonging to the European Union:
- in Russia a network of 8 Resource Centers was established in 8 different regions, ensuring services for regional development, some of them specifically focused on the tourism sector,
- in Croatia, a project implemented with the Ministry of Tourism ensured, among others, services for tourism development - in one of the Croatian regions in the Republic of Moldova, analyses were designed and proposals were submitted in order to draft policies regarding touristic development in order to increase tourist flows, to stimulate cooperation and transfer of know-how in the field of EU tourism, and also in order to encourage regional cooperation within the EU-Moldova Action Plan and the National Development Plan
- in Serbia, technical assistance services were provided for the technical and vocational education and training system.

The relevant experience inside the „older” EU Member States includes: ensuring technical assistance for the Ministry of Development, General Secretariat for Tourism in view of absorbing EU Structural Funds within the touristic sector for the previous programming period (2000-2006), specifically within the measures “Diversification of touristic products”, “Grants for improving the touristic infrastructure”, “Creating the Special Economic Areas in Tourism”, “Removing administrative obstacles in order to develop entrepreneurship in the touristic sector”, “Quality control in touristic services”, and the design of business plans for private touristic companies so that they can benefit from state aid.

Within this partnership, the Asociația Europeană pentru o Viață mai Bună operates as a partnership leader/beneficiary of the non-reimbursable financing in order to implement and coordinate all project activities.

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Phone: 031 432 8432
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E-mail: office@aevb.ro
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