Projects in Mazowieckie

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Improving Poland's road safety with Swiss expertise

Polish policeman checks a driver.

01.06.2012 - 31.10.2016

With the ‘Road Safety’ project, Switzerland has contributed to improving road safety in Poland. The number of road deaths in Poland has been reduced as a result of knowledge exchanges and infrastructure improvements.   And the Swiss model for victim assistance served as the basis for a revision of the Polish road traffic act. 

Country/region Topic Period Budget
Poland
Enhanced security and safety
Border protection

01.06.2012 - 31.10.2016


CHF 3'927'902



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Modernisation of road border crossing in the Podlaskie voivodeship (Połowce)

01.04.2012 - 30.11.2016

Poland has one of the longest Schengen external borders of the EU, measuring nearly 1200kilometres. An efficient, functional eastern Schengen border is not only important for Poland and the EU, but also for Switzerland’s security. That is why, as part of the enlargement contribution, Switzerland is investing in modern infrastructure that facilitates well-functioning customs clearance at strategically important border crossings on the Polish-Belarusian border. The project finances the construction of a new road border crossing in Połowce, adjusted to the national and EU-norms and regulations.


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Renewable Energy Systems in Healthcare Facilities in the Mazowieckie Voivodship

Hospital complex in Central Poland

01.09.2010 - 15.02.2017

The project is situated in the Mazowieckie Voivodship in Central Poland, the largest and most populous Voivodship in Poland. Accordingly, the consumption of fossil fuels is very high, which results in significant emissions of greenhouse gases. Since health care facilities consume a significant amount of energy, the project aims to decrease emissions and environmental pollution by introducing renewable energy sources for hot water production in 12 healthcare facilities in the Mazowieckie region.


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Modernization of Heating, Cooling and Ventilation Systems in three Regional Hospitals of the Malopolskie Voivodship

Man with solar inverters

23.12.2009 - 31.01.2015

Air pollution and emission levels in Southeastern Poland are substantially higher than in Western European countries. The Malopolskie Voivodship owns 20 health care facilities located on its territory. The three public hospitals participating in this project are the largest and due to their medical specialisation the most important ones for the region. The main aim of the project is to modernize the central heating, cooling and ventilation systems of the three hospitals, thus reducing air pollution and emission levels.

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