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The first press conference within the project Separate waste collection in schools and communities, whose purpose is education on selective waste collection and improvement of environmental protection, was held on 25 June in Shkodra, Albania.
FORS Montenegro implemented the project Mens sana in corpore sano, which was approved by the Commission for the allocation of funds from the Lottery. The project value is 15,100 € and it was implemented in collaboration with three primary schools: Luka Simonovic in Niksic, Saljko Aljkovic in Pljevlja and Vuk Karadzic in Berane.
The overall objective of the project Mens sana in corpore sano, is to improve and promote sport and healthy lifestyles in the north of Montenegro.
From 15 April 2012 till 14 June 2013 FORS Montenegro and EDEN Centre - Environmental Centre for Development, Education and Networking from Albania started implemented 14-month project “Separate Waste Collection in Schools and Communities” funded by the European Union within the Cross-border Cooperation Programme Albania – Montenegro.
Additional 3 regional info workshop on the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA) were organized by FORS Montenegro in Niksic, Pljevlja and Berane. The Workshops were attended by the representatives of CSOs and local authorities from northern region.
The workshops were organized within the project “IPA Funds for EU Integrations” funded by the European Union through Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro and the USAID through Economic Growth Project implemented by CHF in northern Montenegro.
FORS Montenegro – Foundation for the Development of Northern Montenegro continues with the implementation of the project “IPA Funds for EU Integrations” funded by the European Union through Delegation of the European Union to Montenegro. The project is realized in thirteen municipalities in Montenegro – Andrijevica, Berane, Bijelo Polje, Danilovgrad, Zabljak, Kolasin, Mojkovac, Niksic, Plav, Pluzine, Pljevlja, Rozaje and Savnik.
FORS Montenegro and the Municipality of Pljevlja organized an exhibition of local souvenirs from the area of Ljubisnja Mountain and Pljevlja in the premises of the Military Home on 23 December 2011. The exhibition was a closing event of the project Capacity building for sound management of areas of outstanding natural value
Capacity building for sound management of areas of outstanding natural value Within the component Raising awareness and information dissemination of the project, FORS Montenegro, in cooperation with the Municipality of Pljevlja and the project partners from BiH (Centre for Environmentally Sustainable Development Sarajevo), Croatia (Environmental association Kako je zelena moja dolina and Slovenia (Nature Park Logarska dolina), presents the last, fourth Newsletter on Sustainability issued within the project.
FORS Montenegro gathered more than 100 people from thirteen northern Montenegrin municipalities (Plav, Berane, Andrijevica, Rozaje, Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, Kolasin, Pljevlja, Zabljak, Pluzine, Savnik, Niksic and Danilovgrad) who participated in 4 regional trainings on Project Development - Planning and Writing of IPA projects that took place from 1 December to 16 December in four municipalities: Niksic, Berane, Bijelo Polje and Pljevlja. These training courses were organized as a part of the EU funded project IPA for EU integration, implemented by FORS Montenegro in the above mentioned municipalities.
FORS Montenegro and the Municipality of Pljevlja organize the exhibition of local souvenirs from the area of Ljubisnja Mountain and Pljevlja. The exhibition is a final activity of the project Capacity building for sound management of areas of outstanding natural value.
FORS Montenegro in cooperation with partners within the project Strengthening capacity for management of areas with outstanding natural values has prepared promotional brochure on Ljubisnja mountain massif which you can look at the link below