Main categories of applicants:
The 3 Policy objectives selected for financing are: a greener Europe, a more social Europe and a better cooperation governance.
2 types of Calls and projects: Open and Restricted Calls
Project duration: 12-30 months;
Operations of Strategic Importance (OSI) projects
Project duration: up to 36 months;
The Monitoring Committee (MC) – consists of representatives of each Member States – supervises the implementation of the Programme and selects projects to be financed. Its overall task is to ensure the quality and effectiveness of Programme implementation.
The Managing Authority (MA) designated for managing the ROHU Programme is the Romanian Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration.
The National Authority (NA) of the ROHU Programme is the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The NA in cooperation with the Managing Authority is performing relevant activities in Hungary in order to ensure the effective and efficient implementation of the programme.
The Audit Authority (AA) designated at ROHU Programme level is the Audit Authority within the Romanian Court of Accounts. Its role is to carry out the audit missions on the management and control systems. The AA is assisted by a Group of Auditors (GoA) established within the Directorate General for Audit of European Funds in Hungary.
The Joint Secretariat (JS) is established within the Oradea Regional Office for Cross Border Cooperation (BRECO), assisting the MA and the MC in carrying out their respective functions.
The Info Points (IPs) are hosted in Hungary, by the Széchenyi Programme Office (SzPO).
First Level Control
First Level Control units (FLC) are designated by each Partner State to ensure the compliance of expenditure incurred by the national project partners with Community and national rules, by carrying out appropriate verifications, covering administrative, financial, technical and physical aspects of operations. The First Level Control Unit in Romania is hosted by Oradea Regional Office for Cross Border Cooperation (BRECO), while the First Level Control Unit in Hungary is hosted by the Széchenyi Programme Office (SzPO)
Explore the projects we fund in each of our 3 topics. Find out what issues they are tackling and the policy changes taking place in regions across Europe.
Please be aware that, because the Programme has just started, some topics will have few or no results.
Get an insight into the results achieved by our crossborder projects from 2014-2020 period:
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Get a better understanding of the ROHU Programme. Download its key documents below.
The Interreg VI-A Romania-Hungary Programme document outlines the Programme strategy and its priorities.