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Switzerland supports Hungary with a total amount of 130.7 million Swiss francs (currently approximately 31 billion HUF) until 2017 (by when all projects will have to be completed). These funds are part of the Swiss Contribution to the twelve states that joined the European Union since May 2004. The overall goal of the Swiss Contribution is to reduce economic and social disparities within the enlarged European Union.

Thematic priorities

Switzerland’s cooperation with Hungary aims at improving and promoting basic infrastructure and environment, health care, private sector development, research, twinning and NGO activities. For more information on the current status of implementation, please look for your focus area of interest.


Project selection and Contract awarding

Projects are selected by the National Coordination Unit NCU (National Development Agency) according to the thematic priorities and procedures outlined in the Swiss-Hungarian Framework Agreement. Project proposals have to be submitted to the NCU (which may also propose projects itself), which will then be forwarded to the competent Swiss authorities for approval.


Contact information

Swiss Contribution Office (SCO)
Budapest
Stefánia u. 107.
1143

email: budapest@sdc.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

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