Interreg IPA Cross-border Cooperation Programme Croatia-Bosnia and Herzegovina-Montenegro 2014-2020 was adopted on 24 November 2015:
Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) was integral part of the programming process. SEA was developed in order to ensure that environmental and possibly other sustainability aspects are considered effectively in programme preparation.
Strategic Environmental Assessment
Ex-ante evaluation was carried out interactively during the programming process in order to evaluate the programme, improve its quality, effectiveness, efficiency, management and impact on final beneficiaries.
The programme Communication Strategy was prepared by the Managing Authority in order to provide overall communication framework not only to the programme bodies but also to the final beneficiaries. Communication Strategy aims at engaging all programme bodies to foster interactive dialogue between them and with the potential beneficiaries, beneficiaries and relevant stakeholders in order to involve them in cross-border cooperation thus leading to successful programme implementation. The document was adopted on 24 February 2016 by the Joint Monitoring Committee.
This document sets programme rules on eligibility of expenditures and guidance for the beneficiaries requesting IPA II co-funding as well as for programme management bodies participating in the control and certification of expenditures in the Interreg IPA Cross-border Cooperation Programme Croatia-Bosnia and Herzegovina-Montenegro 2014-2020. The document is approved by the Joint Monitoring Committee on 24 February 2016.
Programme rules on eligibility of expenditures
Evaluation plan sets out the evaluation strategy for the entire implementation period of the Programme, taking into account the recommendations of the ex-ante evaluation of the Programme, the budgetary framework and the elements that are to be reported to the European Commission within annual (final) implementation reports.
The Evaluation plan has been approved by Joint Monitoring Committee decision from 30 November 2016.