Marginal resilience: the Circular Economy model for enhancing territorial vocations

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Marginal resilience: the Circular Economy model for enhancing territorial vocations
Client: Apulia Region – Economic Development Department, Special Structure for Territorial Cooperation
Country: Italy – Albania
Period: July 2023 to December 2024

Project objectives:

The overall goal of the project is to orient local development processes toward the goals of Agenda 2030 and to improve the governing capacity of target local governments to plan and implement place-based policies.

Specific objectives:

  • To improve the capacity of the Vlora target area to plan for environmentally sustainable land development in line with the principles of circular economy, so as to achieve some significant targets of the SDGs of Agenda 2030 in the near future.
  • Improve the level of services provided to citizens by government. Enhance local socioeconomic potential and specific territorial vocations through participatory and inclusive processes in application of circular economy principles.

Service provided:

Timesis Ltd. was commissioned to carry out the mid-term and final evaluation of the project through the OECD criteria (relevance, coherence, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability).

Activities performed:

For the mid-term evaluation, activities are planned to be carried out entirely remotely, and for the final evaluation, a mission to visit the project sites is planned. Activities to be carried out remotely include: consultation of project documents, data collection, interviews with stakeholders and project partners, and drafting of interim and final reports.

Final products:

  • Interim Evaluation Report
  • Final evaluation report
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