Swiss contribution to Slovenia
Thematic priorities
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Switzerland supports Slovenia with a total amount of 21.956 million Swiss francs over five years (2008 – 2012). 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.

Almost all Projects in the frame of the Swiss contribution to Slovenia have already been approved. Here you can find a list with all approved and planned Projects.

Thematic priorities
Switzerland’s cooperation with Slovenia aims at improving and promoting basic infrastructure and environment, health care, private sector development, research, town twinnings and NGO activities.

Project selection
Projects are selected by the National Coordination Unit NCU (Government Office for European Affairs) according to the thematic priorities and procedures outlined in the Swiss-Slovenian Framework Agreement. Project proposals have to be submitted to the NCU (which may also propose projects itself), which will then forward them to the competent Swiss authority for approval.

Contact information

Slovenia: signing of the second project agreement on the promotion of....
Launch of the NGO- and the Partnership Block Grant in Slovenia
Agreement signed between Slovenia and Switzerland on co-financing the....
Federal Council submits to Parliament dispatch on enlargement contribution....
CHF 190 million for a sustainable energy policy
Leveraging the OSCE's and Switzerland's common goals
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Finding (non-commercial) partners in Switzerland

Numerous Swiss institutions have proven expertise within the thematic priorities. Consult the following pages to find relevant institutions, ministries, non-governmental organisations and social partners.

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The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is a part of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) is part of the Swiss Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research