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IPA II – Town Twinning between Turkey and EU-II – 2022

The Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA) is the means by which the EU has been supporting reforms in the enlargement region with financial and technical assistance since 2007. IPA funds build up the capacities of the beneficiaries throughout the accession process, resulting in progressive, positive developments in the region.
2.5 million euro

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Additional regional information :
  • Countries eligible to the programme: Turkey
  • Actions must take place in Turkey and/or EU Member State(s)


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Regions : Candidate countries, European Union
Category : Call for proposals
Manager : European Commission
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Priorities and funded actions


To create sustainable structures for stimulating exchange between local authorities in Turkey and the EU local authorities in areas relevant to climate and environment.


Priority 1 – Development of local plans, strategies, roadmaps and/or preparation of decision-making tools (modelling, impact and vulnerability analysis, etc.) with regard to climate change.

Priority 2 – Enhancing the capacity of local authorities and enabling exchange of adaptation know-how and experience among local authorities within Turkey and/or the EU for creation and/or implementation of climate change adaptation technologies and systems.

Priority 3 – Raising public awareness on climate and environment related issues, particularly actions targeting children and youth.

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