In the Danube Region, many project support instruments (sometimes referred to as programmes) have come and gone. Some are here to stay, but all of them have gained valuable insight into what matters when setting up an instrument and how to make it work.
If your organisation is looking to establish your own instrument, or if you want to adapt an existing one to better meet the project holders' needs, there is no need for you to start from zero.
- Set up your own project support instrument tailored to your target group's needs
- Benefit from the lessons learned by others
- Get inspired by select existing project support instruments
Priority Area 10 Institutional Capacity & Cooperation of the EUSDR initiated the development of the Danube Project Support (DPS) Toolkit to give an insight into different support instrument types and to allow for a transfer of lessons learned to organisations who wish to establish their own project-support instrument, or revise existing ones.
The DPS toolkit is now available for download: DPS Toolkit