Grant Project Competition Support Development Cooperation Projects In The Republic Of Latvia On Specific Beneficiary Countries ' Regulations

Original Language Title: Granta projektu konkursa "Atbalsts attīstības sadarbības projektiem Latvijas Republikas noteiktajās saņēmējvalstīs" nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 94 in Riga in 2007 (6 February. 10. § 3) Grant project competition support for development cooperation "projects in the Republic of Latvia in the recipient countries ' specific statute Issued under Cabinet installations of article 14 of the law in the first part of paragraph 3 i. General questions 1. determines the grant project competition support for development cooperation" projects in the Republic of Latvia on specific recipient countries "(there can-contest). 2. Development cooperation is the provision of assistance to the least developed countries, to contribute to this country and this society's long-term social and economic development. 3. the project applicant is the person applying for participation in the contest. The project, the applicant may be a person in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 October 2005 rule no. 807 "rules on the grant program implementation, management, monitoring and control of development cooperation policy" (further-the grant rules) paragraph 3 shall be entitled to be beneficiaries of the grant. 4. the Grant is a grant payment to the beneficiary for the implementation of the project that is not associated with commercial and development cooperation policy. 5. the Grant is awarded, the applicant of the project which the project application is supported with financing and grant contract has been concluded. 6. the duration of the Contest are the following: 6.1. invitation to tender;
6.2. the provision of information on tender;
6.3. preparation of the project;
6.4. project design and submission of the application;
6.5. evaluation of project applications;
6.6. the adoption of the decision and notification of the results of the competition;
6.7. the grant contract. 7. Contest the following priorities: 7.1. support for public administration and the economic reform process and the European and transatlantic integration process;
7.2. support for local government reform process;
7.3. democratic and civil society development;
7.4. the education, culture, social development, health, protection of the environment. 8. This provision prescribed in paragraph 7.1. priority objectives: 8.1 public administration development;
8.2. the promotion of economic reforms;
8.3. European and transatlantic integration process development. 9. This rule 7.2. the priorities established in paragraph aim * the promotion of the development of recent years. 10. This rule 7.3. the priorities established in paragraph aim demo krātisk and civil society development. 11. in paragraph 7.4 of these provisions in certain priority objectives: 11.1. development of education;
11.2. the promotion of cultural development;
11.3. social development;
11.4. the health promotion;
11.5. the promotion of environmental protection. 12. the overall contest in 2007 in the framework of the available budget financing of Latvia is lats 264500. Financial resources for each priority of the competition is divided into the following: 12.1 the rules prescribed in paragraph 7.1. priority-67500 lats;
12.2. this rule 7.2. priority in point-37000 lats;
12.3. this rule 7.3. priority in point-60000 dollars;
12.4. this rule 7.4. priority in point-100000. 13. The contest is the priority of the recipient countries and certain secondary beneficiaries: 13.1. priority beneficiary countries are the Republic of Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine;
13.2. the secondary beneficiary countries are the Republic of Azerbaijan, Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Republic of Tajikistan and Republic of Uzbekistan. II. the invitation to tender for the 14. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia (hereinafter the Ministry) announcing the contest rules 10 grants in accordance with the procedure laid down in paragraph. 15. The Ministry shall publish a call for proposals the Ministry of Finance website on the internet (URwww.mfa.gov.lv). III. Provision of information about the contest 16. All interested parties are entitled to receive additional information about the contest. 17. for more information about the contest, the person concerned may: participate in the Ministry's action 17.1. the stakeholder meeting;
17.2. to submit written submissions with questions about the competition. 18. If the Ministry has received from the interested parties written submissions with questions about the competition, the five days of the receipt of the application to prepare a written response and electronically or by fax, as well as by post, send it to the person who submitted the submission. 19. in order to reply to the questions of stakeholders should be available to all interested parties, the Ministry shall publish the Ministry's website on the internet without identifying the person who asked the question. 20. By invitation to tender, the Ministry indicate the place and time when there will be a meeting of interested parties. The meeting provides answers to the Ministry during the meeting asked questions about the competition. IV. preparation of Project 21. when preparing a project, the project applicant shall take account of the priorities and objectives of the competition, the maximum and the minimum project budget and project period and place. 22. the applicant shall prepare a project the project to one of the rules set out in section 7 of the competition. 23. For the purpose of the project the project the applicant at least one of the priority objectives of the tendering procedure. 24. The project budget shall be drawn up in local currency. 25. developing the project budget, project, the applicant shall take into account: 25.1. the minimum and maximum amounts available within the contest of the Latvian State budgetary funds;
25.2. the eligible costs (the cost of the project and the relevant administrative costs). 26. the minimum amount that the contest is available from within the State budget resources, each of these rules laid down in section 7 of the competition priority is 9000. 27. The maximum amount that the contest is available from the State budget funds, for each of these rules laid down in section 7 of the competition is the priority: 27.1. these provisions 7.1. priority in point-33750 lats;
27.2. the provisions laid down in point 7.2. priority-18500 lats;
27.3. this rule 7.3. priority in point-30000 dollars;
27.4. the rules prescribed in paragraph 7.4. priority-33300 lats. 28. when developing the project budget, project the applicant from the competition within the Latvian State's available budgetary resources priority concerned provides for the amount exceeding the provisions referred to in paragraph 27, the maximum amount of the projects submitted, subject to the provisions of paragraph 39. 29. Project budget shall include all project costs necessary for the implementation of the framework of the competition, however, available in Latvian State funds intended to cover only those costs which, in accordance with the classification of eligible costs (annex 1) is to be considered as eligible costs. 30. If the project's budgeted costs, the eligible costs as defined in the classification of the eligible costs, those costs are only to be used for project co-financing from the applicant attached, which can be in the form of financial resources, both in terms of money of the evaluated physical or intangible way. 31. The project's budgeted costs are real, reasonable, project-specific and appropriate to the objective. 32. the project applicant is responsible for the eligible costs the correct arithmetic calculations. If the calculation is the arithmetical mistakes, an approved project budget for additional State budget funds are not granted. 33. The project's budgeted costs include all relevant taxes, as well as the necessary social insurance contributions. 34. the project applicant, which is direct or mediated by the national regulatory authority or authorities, having in mind that the funds intended for the financing of the project are included in the Ministry's current expenditure in the budget-service-incurred. The project applicant, prepare a project budget, does not provide for the payment of the project or the persons involved in the administration of the remuneration and fixed assets or the acquisition of goods. 35. the project the applicant may submit a project whose budget exceeds this provision in paragraph 27 of the fixed maximum amounts: 21.8. where the applicant undertakes to cover the part of the project's budgeted amount of his financial resources, but the Ministry provide the remaining project budget the necessary financing, not exceeding the provision laid down in paragraph 27;
35.2. If the applicant's chosen partner in the beneficiary country must undertake to cover part of the project's budgeted amounts, but the Ministry provide the remaining project budget the necessary financing, not exceeding the provision laid down in paragraph 27;
35.3. If applicant projects attract other partners in the project, which undertakes to cover the part of the project's budgeted amounts, but the Ministry provide the remaining project budget the necessary financing, not exceeding the provision laid down in paragraph 27;

35.4. This provision set out in paragraph 39. 36. the applicant may submit a draft project budgeted amount will cover more of this provision provided for in point 35, the co-financiers. 37. If the project budget for this provision provided for in point 35, the case of co-financing, the project shall provide the exact amount is requested from the Ministry. 38. If the project budget is laid down this rule 35.2 and 35.3 21.8.,. in the case of co-financing provided by the project applicant project application in the annex at the time of the applicant's project, the project partners chosen by the applicant or the applicant's project partners associated with the confirmation letter in which it undertakes to cover the part of the project budgeted amounts (indicating the exact amount). 39. If the project budget from the Ministry of a request for the amount that exceeds the rule laid down in paragraph 27, the maximum amount, but not more than double the amount set out in paragraph 27 of the maximum amounts, the Ministry shall send the application to the evaluation of the project in other countries, providing assistance in the field of development cooperation and that the Ministry has negotiated an Association of co-financing development projects (further-donors). Donor co-financing projects of decision to refuse the submitted project is a Ministry of binding. 40. the project implementation period: 24.9. project start-June 1, 2007;
40.2. the project end-2007 30 November. 41. the project, the applicant may provide a later starting date of the project than this provision at the bottom points, 24.9. but may not provide a later deadline for implementation of the project, provided that rule 40.2 in. 42. the project, the applicant may provide a faster deadline for implementation of the project, provided that rule 40.2. the bottom point. 43. Where the submission evaluation and decision making for the contest winners, and it is therefore not possible to continue to ensure the launch of the project in these terms 24.9 deadline, Ministry, closing a grant contract with the tender winner, extended the deadline for implementation of the project. 44. The project site is a project of the beneficiary country or Republic of Latvia. The project can provide a number of beneficiary countries. V. application and Project design submission 45. project application is a document with a detailed description of the project, the applicant shall prepare a project. The project application submitted to the Ministry, thus applying to participate in the contest. 46. the project submission prepared, subject to the application of the model of the project (annex 2). 47. in the annex to the project application, the following documents (in the order listed): 29.3. certified registration certificate of the applicant, the project copy (the copy of the applicant's organisation of the project leader or a sworn notary);
47.2. the project applicant Declaration (annex 3);
47.3. the project's logical structure analysis matrix (annex 4);
47.4. affiliate approval letter;
29.5. the project budget (annex 5);
29.6. the persons involved in the project life descriptions (curriculum vitae);
29.6. If necessary, the rule set out in paragraph 38 of the document. 48. the project application and its annexes shall be drawn up in Latvian language text. 49. the project application shall be accompanied by the required original documents or certified copies thereof. A copy of the document be furnished by the applicant, the head of the project or a sworn notary. 50. If this rule 47.4., 29.6. and the prescribed in paragraph 29.6. original documents have been drawn up in the English language, a translation into Latvian language is not necessary. Any other foreign language composed the original documents translated into English, translation by adding also the original document. 51. the project for the application to create the TOC. The project's application page and each project annex of the application number. 52. the original of the application submitted for the project caurauklot, project manager of the applicant organization's approval of the project application to the total number of pages. Together with the original of the application of the project shall also submit three copies of the application for the project. The correctness of the copy of each approved project applicant organisation. 53. together with the project application shall also be submitted to the project and the application of these provisions, 47.4 47.3.,.,., and 29.6 29.6 29.5. projects referred to in the annex to the application of the English translation (two copies). 54. the project application with Latvian language, as well as the submission of the project and the required attachment the English translation shall also be submitted electronically by using a compact disc (CD). 55. the project submission deadline is two months counted from the date of the invitation to tender. The project closing date for the submission of the application are laid down in the notice of invitation to tender. 56. the project application to the Ministry conveyed personally (in sealed envelope) or send a letter by mail. On the envelope in which the inserted project application, write "contest-project in the beneficiary countries ', the applicant in the project name and project name. 57. the project applicant contest you can submit up to three project submissions. Each project application is evaluated as an individual project submissions in the contest. 58. it is prohibited to submit one application for the same project to different priorities of the competition. 59. the project, the applicant may withdraw the application at any of the project tender stage of the proceedings, except where the applicant for a project already has concluded grant agreements. Vi. evaluation of the application of the project 60. evaluation of the application of the project has three phases: 60.1. the project tracking application and open;
60.2. the project application and assessment of administrative compliance;
60.3. the project application to the technical and financial evaluation of quality. 61. The Ministry shall register the project submissions submission order and to the project submission deadline for the submission of their stores won't open. 62. the project submissions, received after the submission of the project submitted by the deadline, the Ministry does not evaluate and is not open to the applicant to send back to the project. 63. the project submission deadline is missed, if: 39.2. the postmark date on the envelope that contains the inserted project's application is later than the date for submission of the project application date;

39.3. the application is brought to the project after the application deadline. 64. The working day following the submission of the project by the end of the period for the submission of project applications to the Ministry opened and assigned to each project submission sequence number. 65. The Ministry establish a project application to the administrative and compliance review Committee (hereinafter referred to as administrative review Committee). 66. the evaluation the Commission shall assess the project submissions under the administrative and screening criteria laid down in annex 6 of these rules. 67. If the Administrative Review Committee determines that the project submission does not match the one for the administrative and eligibility criteria for evaluation or project submission, the information provided is not clear, the Ministry determines that the five days of the project, the applicant must be avoided or identified a need for additional explanations. 68. Where the application does not comply with at least five administrative and compliance evaluation criteria project application is considered not appropriate administrative and compliance requirements of the evaluation criteria. 69. Where the applicant in paragraph 67 of these regulations set out the time limit does not prevent non-compliance found or provide further explanations or re-evaluating the project submission does not match the one for the administrative and eligibility evaluation criteria, project submission is considered not appropriate administrative and compliance requirements of the evaluation criteria. 70. Administration and conformity assessment criteria not applicable project submissions are rejected and not evaluated further. 71. the project, which is insolvent or liquidated or have tax debt, are rejected, and the projects submitted in the application is not evaluated. 72. The administrative and eligibility criteria of the relevant project submissions are passed to the project application to the technical and financial evaluation of quality. 73. The Ministry establish a project application to the technical and financial evaluation of the quality of the Commission (hereinafter the Commission quality assessment). 74. the quality evaluation the Commission shall assess the application of the project according to the technical and financial evaluation of the quality criteria laid down in annex 7 of these rules, for each of the criteria for assigning a specific number of points. 75. evaluation of the distribution of points of order for each of the technical and financial evaluation of the quality criteria determined by the development cooperation Council (hereinafter Council), acting in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 20 December 2005, regulations no 991 "the development cooperation Council Charter". 76. In assessing the eligibility of project application "selected the recipient country" (7.1.1), 10 points are awarded for the project, which the beneficiary country in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 13 of the beneficiary countries is a priority. If the beneficiary is a minor, the beneficiary countries are awarded three points. 77. In assessing the eligibility of project application "project target compliance with contest rules defined objectives" (2.1), the greater number of points is awarded if the project application, the applicant has proved that the intended effect of the project also covers another 7 of these rules determine priority target. 78. If any of the technical and financial criteria of quality is evaluated by one point, the application is deemed not appropriate technical and financial quality evaluation criteria and the rejected. 79. If the total number of points when evaluating the technical and financial criteria of quality is less than 91, project submissions deemed inappropriate technical quality and financial requirements of the evaluation criteria and the rejected. 80. Where the application relates to the rules set out in paragraph 39 of the cases, and it complies with the technical and financial evaluation quality criteria, the Ministry shall send the application to the donors for assessment. 81. If donors refuse to grant co-financing for the project described in the application, project, donor co-financing of the project decision is binding on the Ministry of the refusal and the application is rejected. VII. adoption of the decision and notification of the tender results 82. Quality assessment of the application by the Commission after the project technical quality and prepare a draft of the financial evaluation application rating list. 83. the project application in the list of applications in the assessment of the groups according to the priority of the competition in which the project application has been submitted, and arranged in order of points earned. 84. If the quality of the evaluation, the Commission considers that the application of the project estimate includes costs that are not necessary for the implementation of the project or is disproportionate, it project submissions to the list of relevant assessment project section of the application, include a disclaimer about the need to review the application of the project budget. 85. The draft list of rating application, submit to the Council. 86. The Council shall evaluate the application of assessment projects list and decide on project submissions for funding support or ask the Commission to re-evaluate some or all of the project submissions. 87. Support for funding the project submissions, are they given priority got the highest scores. Financing of projects supported, the number of applications in each priority will depend on the priority assigned to the competition concerned Latvia's State budget. 88. If one of the priorities for funding of eligible project implementation requires less amount of priority assigned to the financial resources, the Council may decide to reallocate the remaining amount in other priority projects submitted for financing application. 89. the Council approved the tender winners, by decision. 90. the Council is empowered to take a decision on the application of the project financing support, but with the disclaimer that the financial resources of the project described in the application will be granted if the applicant project reviewed the project budget and make the necessary changes, as determined by the Council. 91. the notification of the decision, the Ministry sent to all project applicants. Notice shall be sent electronically or by fax, as well as by mail. 92. notification within seven working days after the decision is published in the "journal" and the Ministry's website on the internet. VIII. Grant contract of the Project, the applicant 93. where the submission of the draft was supported by the Ministry of finance, the offer to conclude a grant agreement (annex 8). 94. If the Council has ruled on the project budget review that rule 90, paragraph in the order, the Ministry with the project applicant interviews shall agree on the project budget revisions. 95. at the close of the grant agreement, these provisions, derogations from Annex 8 contains sample permitted only if their purpose is to specify the conditions of implementation of the project and if they do not change the grant project competition announced the projects contained in the subject and the solutions that have been the basis for winning approval. 96. If the winner refuses to conclude grant agreements, the Ministry offers to conclude a contract of the project grant to the applicant who has received the next highest number of points in the given priority when considering the application of the project compliance with technical quality and financial evaluation criteria. IX. Other provisions the Ministry terminated contest 97. without closing the grant agreement, in the following cases: 60.3. all projects submitted are recognized as the application does not satisfy the tender criteria laid down in the Statute, and have been rejected;
97.2. for objective reasons (force majeure circumstances, the lack of available financial resources, the specific circumstances of the recipient country, which preclude project), why the Ministry cannot enter into civil relations (to close the grant contract) with the contest winner. 98. If during project implementation remains unused in the financial resources allocated for the implementation of the project from the State budget, it is transferred back to the Ministry. 99. If during the implementation of the project requires a project changes, they coordinated with the Ministry. If the changes significantly affect project activities to be implemented, they coordinated with the development cooperation Council. Prime Minister a. Halloween-Minister of Foreign Affairs, regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg annex 1 Cabinet 6 February 2007 the Regulation No. 94 classification of eligible costs 1. project budget eligible costs may be planned in two cost categories: 1.1. project implementation costs;
1.2. project administration costs.
2. Project cost category includes the following expenses: salaries and 2.1. expert project managers for project implementation. The amount of remuneration calculated in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 august 2006 Regulation No. 700 of the "regulations on the administration of national experts and the maximum amount of remuneration from the public budget allocations from general revenue funded international assistance projects";

2.2. the daily allowance and hotel expenses for the experts. Expenses calculated in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 May 2002, the Regulation No 219 "order in which recoverable with missions and staff travel costs" and the Cabinet of Ministers on 19 September 2006, the Regulation No 769 "About per diem and hotel (accommodation) the amount of expenditure from the State budget or local government-funded international project for foreign experts, who are staying in the Republic of Latvia or any other country other than the country of residence";
2.3. health insurance. Health insurance may be provided: 2.3.1. the expert of the time when he the project staying in a foreign country;
2.3.2. the foreign expert on time when he the project staying in Latvia or abroad, other than his State of residence;
2.3.3. the project target group member (alien) at the time when he the project staying in Latvia or abroad, other than his State of residence;
2.4. transport (public city and suburban transport, long-distance bus, long-distance train, maritime transport, the plane or taxi): 2.4.1. on airline tickets and sea transport tickets in economy class only;
2.4.2. for taxi services only for travel to the airport, railway station, bus station, wharf and from them (also from home and back);
2.5. transport (car, bus) lease;
2.6. rental of premises;
2.7. spending on services that are necessary for the implementation of the project (for example, communications, translation, movement, legal advisory services);
2.8. fixed assets (goods with a value greater than 50 lats and whose life expectancy is longer than 1 year);
2.9. the second-hand purchase. Buying used goods, must adhere to the following rules: 2.9.1. the price of goods does not exceed the market value, taking into account the reduced technical and economically useful life and is smaller than a similar new product price;
2.9.2. the goods have the technical characteristics necessary for the operation, and comply with applicable norms and standards;
2.10. the required purchase of stationery;
2.11. representation expenses (such as tea, coffee);
2.12. information and publicity expenses (for example, information material and publications);
2.13. payments to the bank on opening new accounts and fees;
2.14. the expenditure related to the settlement of the visa.
3. project administration cost category includes the following expenses: salaries project 3.1 administrative staff (calculated in accordance with the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 august 2006 no. 700 of the provisions of the "regulations on the administration of national experts and the maximum amount of remuneration from the public budget allocations from general revenue funded international assistance projects" the procedure set out in section 7): 3.1.1. accounting officer;
3.1.2. other project personnel involved in the Administration, except the project manager;
3.2. premises used during the project that is not hired, and the technical equipment depreciation costs;
3.3. other costs incurred in the administration of the project (for example, telephone costs, the postal service). Foreign Minister-regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg annex 2 Cabinet 6 February 2007 No 94 of the rules of the application model of the project to the Minister of Foreign Affairs-regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg in annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 6 February 2007 Regulation No. 94 of the Draft Declaration by the applicant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs-regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg in annex 4 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 6 February 2007 Regulation No. 94 of the Project's logical structure analysis Matrix project title applicant name Project intervention logic are objectively verifiable indicators sources of Verification assumptions and risks the purpose what is the aim of the project, which aims to promote achievement. The aim of the project is defined according to the contest rules 8, 9, 10 or 11 of the expected impact of the project what is the expected impact of the project. The impact of the project is to provide sustainable, identifiable benefits to target groups and to contribute to the achievement of the objective of the project what is the anticipated impact of the project targeted the objectively verifiable indicators. They should be expressed in figures or terms what sources of information are available, or what information you can get in order to check the impact of the project raksturojošo. What methods should be used to obtain the necessary information, specify the external factors that the project is not directly controllable, but which may have a significant effect on the achievement of the expected impact of the project both positively (assumptions) and negatively (risks). Provide the information, what are the solutions to the specific risks of the project results direct Project activities provided for in the main tangible and intangible benefits that approximate the expected impact of the project implementation what are direct results of the project performance indicators what are the information sources can be used to objectively examine the direct results of the project, identify and quantify the key output indicators, specify the external factors which can significantly affect the direct project results both positively (assumptions) and negatively (risks). Provide the information, what is the solution to certain risks Which are to be carried out the activity in the activity and in what order they must be implemented to achieve the direct results of the project, what sources of information show on the project activities and the implementation of, specify the external factors which can significantly influence the implementation of project activities, both positive (assumptions) and negatively (risks). Provide the information, what is the solution to certain risks in the workplace-the Foreign Minister of regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg in annex 5 cabinet 6 February 2007 Regulation No. 94 of the project budget estimate-Minister of Foreign Affairs, regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg in annex 6 Cabinet 6 February 2007 No 94 of the rules of application of administrative and Project screening criteria no criteria Yes No 1. each section of the application is completed.


2. the application is accompanied by all the required attachments (according to the contest rules 49) the application is submitted 3 in one original in the caurauklot, together with three copies of the application are prepared 4 into 5. Application is made in the table of contents and page numbers 6. Application and its annexes are drawn up in Latvian language.


7. the application is submitted for translation in the English language with all the necessary attachments to the application submission and 8 English translation is filed by electronic means, using the compact disc (CD) 9. Project budget is drawn up, in the 10. Project budget exceeds the competition rules set out in paragraph 27 of the same project for financing the State budget, the maximum amount of funding 11. Project budget shall not be less than the competition rules set out in paragraph 26 of the minimum amount one project financing of the tender regulation 21.8 12. , or 35.3 35.2. in certain cases the requested funding from the Ministry does not exceed the competition rules set out in paragraph 27 of the same project for financing the State budget funding the maximum amount of the tender regulation 13 of 39 in the event specified in the request from the Ministry of finance does not exceed double the amount set out in paragraph 27 of the maximum amounts 14.
If the applicant is a direct or in direct public administration institution or municipality, it has taken into account the competition rules set out in article 35 of the Draft applicant 15. Under Cabinet of Ministers on 25 October 2005, no. 807 of the provisions of the "rules on the grant program implementation, management, monitoring and control of development cooperation policy" in paragraph 3 can be grant recipient 16. Project activities is scheduled to be completed by 2007 30 November the Minister of Foreign Affairs-regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg in annex 7 Cabinet 2007 6. Regulation No. 94 of February a project application to the technical and financial quality evaluation criteria Section of the maximum number of points 1. grounds 30 1.1. selected beneficiary 10 1.2. policy analysis 3 the beneficiary country 1.3. clarification of the problems to be solved and analysis 7 1.4. Target Group and the recipient country partner (s) of interest and needs analysis 7 1.5. Sector or region implemented or planned project (development cooperation) analysis 3 2. logical structure of 40 of the project 2.1 target project compliance with contest rules defined objectives 5 2.2. Expected project impacts analysis 7 reasons 2.3. direct determination of the results of the project's rationale. It checks the possibility of 10 objective 2.4. Project activities and their sequence meaning the justification of the project results in 10 2.5. Assumption of the accession objective grounds for the assumption of the implementation and the performance verification 3 2.6. Conditions (risks) that may affect the project and solutions to prevent it. Capacity 25 5 3 3.1 the applicant's motivation for participating in the contest 5


3.2. The applicant's experience in similar projects 5 3.3. The recipient country partner's readiness and capacity to participate in the project 10 3.4. those involved in the project experience and the ability to meet the obligations laid down in the draft (job description). Sustainability 4.1 15 5 4 beneficiary country, target group (beneficiaries) and the cooperation partner's desire and ability to continue the development of the project by the end of the project 10 4.2. Relevant technological, social, and cultural , gender equality and environmental analysis 5 5. Project budget 20 5.1. project budget Or cost is included in all project activities provided for in 5 5.2 Or budgeted project costs for the project are reasonable (reasonable) 10 5.3. project budget the cost of compliance with classification of eligible costs 5 maximum total score 130-Minister of Foreign Affairs, regional development and local Government Minister a. Štokenberg in annex 8 Cabinet 6 February 2007 regulations No 94 Grant Agreement model instead of the Minister of Foreign Affairs-regional development and Municipal Affairs Minister a. Štokenberg in