Since 1997, the FIIAPP has managed over one thousand cooperation projects worldwide.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría, chaired the Board Meeting of the International and Ibero–American Foundation of Public Administration and Policies(FIIAPP) at the Palacio de la Moncloa (the official residence of the Prime Minister).The Board Members approved the Foundation’s 2012 accounts and annual activity report at the aforesaid meeting.
The FIIAPP presented the Board with a document detailing all the Foundation’s work since 1997. Since that year, the FIIAPP has managed over one thousand cooperation projects throughout the world with a total budget of over 500 million Euros.
The FIIAPP obtains most of its cooperation projects from European tenders, and if the forecasts are accurate, the FIIAPP will manage over 32 million Euros of European funds in 2013, which is equivalent to 86% of the FIIAPP’s budget. This means that for every 1 Euro the FIIAPP receives from the national public budget, it generates a return of 6.40 Euros.
The majority of these cooperation projects are located in Latin America, Europe, the Southern Mediterranean Region and West Africa. In addition, these projects aim toimprove the public administrations of different sectors in each target country, including: Justice, Security, Infrastructure, Communication and Transport, Economy, Agriculture and Rural Development, Public Finance, and Healthcare.
Since 1997, the FIIAPP has mobilised over one thousand civil servants responsible for executing these projects and advising public administrations worldwide.
The FIIAPP is currently working on more than 80 projects with a budget of over 73 million Euros.
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