European Regional Development Fund
Deadline for submission: 15th December 2017
The Hungarian Prime Minister’s Office acting as the Managing Authority and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Slovak Republic acting as the National Authority are announcing the Call for proposals in the frame of the third priority axis – Promoting sustainable and quality employment and supporting labour mobility - of the Interreg V-A Slovakia-Hungary Cooperation Programme. The amount of the financial allocation for the PA3 and the present call is 34 608 080 EUR. The call is open from 8th of September until 15th of December 2017.
Since expected results of the priority axis require complex interventions - as a first step of the two round selection procedure - applicants are obliged to create a complex development plan called Territorial action plan for employment [TAPE].
In TAPE, applicants have to identify territorial needs of the target area and propose interrelated group of projects with an overall view to create new jobs and enhancing cross-border labour mobility. Each TAPE have to contain minimum three maximum eight project proposals that are in synergic or complementary relation and are absolutely necessary for the overall success of the TAPE. Projects proposals within the TAPE shall be designed in line with the list of eligible actions.
For detailed description of the CfP, including eligibility and submission rules, furthermore information on the selection process, please consult the Applicants’ Manual. If you wish to download the whole application package please click on the Application-package_SKHU-1703.zip file or download the documents one by one.
During the application phase Info days will be organized both in Slovakia and Hungary, which we will publish on the website in due time. Please see more info in the FAQ section.
We wish you successful application.
Please follow constantly the list of amendments and use the latest version of the attached documents.
Roll down list of selectable Beneficiaries on project sheets were updated to 24 partners.
Modified Application form Part 2 was released with corrected budget line formula. Please use the latest version of the form.
The submission deadline of the Call for Proposals for Territorial Action Plans – SKHU/1703 was postponed until 15th December 2017 based on the decision of the Monitoring Committee.
Applicant’s manual Chapter 11: Indicators
The expected value of the Common output indicator – CO08 – is in close relation with the amount of the TAPE’s community contribution (ERDF).
1st modification of the Call for proposals
Application package SKHU-1703 v1-01
The TAPE should not be implemented as a standalone employment action plan. Applicants have to learn socio-economic development plans of counties that are involved into the TAPE’s target area and develop their TAPE in line with the existing regional development plans. In both member states several sectorial initiatives are in progress that are financed by mainstream programs, state budget resources, other community funds (European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and European Social Fund) or other programmes financed by European Regional Development Fund supporting employment or mobility initiatives. In order to reach the maximum effectivity of the different initiatives applicants shall design the TAPE to integrate actions in field of employment and labour mobility financed by other resources.
Development plans of the counties covering the programme can be dowloaded from the following links:
If you have any questions related to the development plans, please download the following table and contact the responsible person of the given county.