The fate of national money for local development

Money and procurement 2: where did the contracts for local investments end up?

EFOR continues the research concerning the way in which procurement was made from the National Local Development Programme (PNDL). The funds allocated through PNDL are meant for the development of local infrastructure, such as roads, water supply, water treatment plants, sewerage, construction of sports facilities or modernization and construction of public buildings. Although the funds ···

The faith of the funds for local development

Money and procurement: where did the contracts for local investments end up?

EFOR has launched the report ‘Money and procurement: where did the contracts for local investments end up?’ which analyses how the national funds are distributed from the National Local Development Programme (PNDL) and how public procurement are done at local level. We analysed investments from 5 counties: Giurgiu, Tulcea, Vâlcea, Dâmbovița, and Suceava, as well ···

Open letter: Romanian civil society asks European leaders to avoid escalating tensions after Brexit; join us and sign the petition

Four Romanian civil society organizations have sent today a letter to the Presidents of the European Council, European Commission and the European Parliament. They demand from all sides maturity and responsibility in dealing with the effects of the British vote. Escalation in rhetoric and retaliation in action will only encourage extremist forces in Europe. True ···