Did SEE programme fulfil its mission?

The final programme evaluation tells it all. 223 SEE project implementers shared their views on the achievements of 113 of our projects.

In short, 91% of surveyed project partners were satisfied with SEE cooperation experience. Reportedly the most easily noticeable project effects were the developed new services and tools, followed by the jointly planned investment, e.g. transport, energy, urban regeneration.


According to SEE project partners the two primary factors for project result sustainability are stakeholder support and take-up of project outcomes from organisations beyond the original partnership. Around 71% of partners think the effects from SEE projects in their region could be durable. Almost 80% are intent on continuing the positive changes initiated through SEE cooperation mostly through continuous cooperation with at least some of their SEE partners and by capitalising SEE outcomes.


Finally, 92% of partners agree that without the transnational dimension of SEE projects, they would not have achieved the same effects.

Details on the outcomes from the SEE programme final evaluation are compiled in evaluation report.

For a shortcut to evaluation results, you can have a look at these communication materials, i.e. Planting SEEds and SEEing is believing , as well as in this PowerPoint-based factsheet.

These materials would not have been possible without the dedicated input of:

Laszlo Gergely, Nemzeti Információs Infrastruktúra Fejlesztési (NIIF)
Alessandra D'Orazio, Veneto Agricoltura
Izabel Lanj Hnis, Fund of micro-regional tourism cluster-Subotica-Palic
Renate Mayer
, Agricultural Research and Education Centre Raumberg - Gumpenstein
Simona Tondelli, Municipality of Bologna
Daniela Migliari and Fabiola Bedini, Marche Region
Gerhard Klatt and Barbara Keri, viadonau
Georg Frank, Donau Auen National Park
Manuela Fischanger, Friuli Venezia Giulia Region
Chrysovalantis Ketikidis, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Institute for Solid Fuels and Technology Applications
Gabriel Neagu, National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics - Romania
Karin Kainzinger, Ennshafen OÖ Gmbh
Slaviša Stajković, Development Association NERDA
Andrea Novaković, Dubrovnik Regional Development Agency
Zoltán Pámer,South Transdanubian Regional Development Agency
Francesca Cruciani, Municipality of Perugia
Vladimir Sargu, Municipality of Medias
Tanja Senekovič, Štajerska Technology Park
Ciprian Barna, Oradea Metropolitan Area
Mihai Dragos, ROMSILVA
Guido Piccoli, Agency for East Lombardy for Transport & Logistics (ALOT)
Klara Helingbrunner, Hungarian ICT Association
Boštjan Cotič, Slovenian Urban Planning Institute
Fotini Salta, Federation of Hellenic Food Industries
Samo Zorc, Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport
Davide Fava, Fondazione Democenter - Modena
Georgia Aifadopoulou, Center for Research and Technology Hellas
Eleni Fitoka, The Goulandris Natural History Museum Greek Biotope Wetland Centre
Lefteris Topaloglou, Regional Association of Local Governments of Western Macedonia
Alkis Papademetrious, Drama Chamber of Commerce
Greti Manfreda Todorović, Northern Primorska Regional Development Agency
Janez Nared, Scientific Research Centre of Slovenian Academy of Science and Arts
Vlasta Krmelj, Energy Agency of Podravje
Boštjan Krajnc, Energy Agency of Savinjska,Šaleška and Koroška
David Laurentiu, Centru Regional Development Agency
Marius Mitroi, Romanian Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding