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PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011)
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  • 1. PROIECTE REGIONALE ÎN DERULARE (2009-2011) ALE AGENŢIEI INTERNAŢIONALE PENTRU ENERGIA ATOMICĂ CU SUBIECTE DE INTERES PENTRU PARTENERII DIN REPUBLICA MOLDOVA RER/0/028 Improving Educational and Training Capabilities in Nuclear Science and Applications Summary Information Objectives: To improve and develop educational and training capabilities in nuclear science and applications of nuclear techniques and methods, particularly emphasizing national and regional needs based on present and future development strategies; to raise general public awareness of the significance of education in natural sciences in general and physics and nuclear physics and its applications in particular. Field(s): (0I) Education, Training and Nuclear Knowledge Management Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (T) Management of Technical Cooperation for Development Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 419,500 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 419,500
  • 2. RER/0/030 Strengthening Capabilities for Nuclear Knowledge Preservation Summary Information Objectives: To strengthen capabilities for preserving and transferring nuclear knowledge, and developing new skills and competences in nuclear related areas. Field(s): (0I) Education, Training and Nuclear Knowledge Management Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (T) Management of Technical Cooperation for Development Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 331,450 Government Cost Sharing: 41 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 331,491
  • 3. RER/0/031 Strengthening Sustainability of Nuclear Research and Development Institutes in the Modern Science and Technology Environment Summary Information Objectives: To increase management skills and networking among the nuclear research and development institutions in order to ensure a strong link between nuclear science and technology and country needs. Field(s): (0H) Nuclear Centres and Laboratories (0N) Strengthening Institutional Capacity for Sustainability and Self-Reliance (0P) Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (TCDC) Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (D) Nuclear Science (T) Management of Technical Cooperation for Development Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 663,336 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 663,336
  • 4. RER/0/032 Building Country and Regional Capacity, and Assisting in Programme Planning and Monitoring Summary Information Objectives: To upgrade and strengthen the skills and capabilities of human resources, assist in the planning of technical cooperation programmes to implement national projects, and to support TC relevant visits of national consultants abroad. Field(s): (0A) General Atomic Energy Development Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (T) Management of Technical Cooperation for Development Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 2,095,849 Government Cost Sharing: 1,051 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 2,096,900
  • 5. RER/2/005 Characterizing Seasonal Variations in Elemental Particulate Matter Concentrations in European Urban and Rural Areas under Different Climatic Conditions Summary Information Objectives: To characterize air particulate matter (APM) pollution using nuclear and related analytical techniques in order to identify the pollution sources and to prepare guidelines/recommendations to reduce APM; to assess the impact of APM on human health and the environment. Field(s): (2C) Radioanalytical Techniques Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (I) Radioisotope Production and Radiation Technology Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 481,050 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 481,050
  • 6. RER/3/007 Improving Quality Management of Radioactive Waste Summary Information Objectives: To improve the technical capacity, efficiency and safety of existing waste management facilities. To assist responsible staff in defining efficient ways to improve existing waste management practices and to assist in the resolution of particular or common problems in participating countries. To upgrade technical knowledge of key operational personnel on specific practices, new developments and experiences in processing radioactive waste and to introduce and highlight new advanced approaches in radioactive waste management, such as integrated approach in planning and implementation, waste minimization, recycling and reuse options, quality assurance and requirements, quality control etc. Field(s): (3H) Radioactive Waste Management Technology and Infrastructure Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (L) Management of Radioactive Waste Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 799,000 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 799,000
  • 7. RER/5/013 Evaluation of Natural and Mutant Genetic Diversity in Cereals Using Nuclear and Molecular Techniques Summary Information Objectives: To evaluate and increase genetic diversity in major cereals using nuclear techniques, molecular genetics and biotechnology Field(s): (5C) Plant Breeding and Genetics Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (E1) Sustainable Intensification of Crop Production Systems Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2007 Estimated duration: 5 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 662,263 Government Cost Sharing: 2,240 Total: 664,503
  • 8. RER/5/015 Supporting Early Warning and Surveillance of Avian Influenza Infection in Wild and Domestic Birds and Assessing Genetic Markers for Bird Resistance Summary Information Objectives: To establish early bird flu diagnosis and assessment of genetic markers for AI resistance with nuclear molecular methods in the region of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. Field(s): (5F) Animal Diseases Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (E) Food and Agriculture Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 417,375 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 417,375
  • 9. RER/6/017 Improving Clinical Practice in Nuclear Medicine (Phase II) Summary Information Objectives: To improve health services for patients undergoing nuclear medicine diagnosis and treatment. Field(s): (6B) Nuclear Medicine Imaging Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (F) Human Health Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 861,462 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 861,462
  • 10. RER/6/018 Strengthening Regional Capacity in Medical Radiation Physics (Phase II) Summary Information Objectives: To upgrade the knowledge and clinical skills of medical physicists and technicians working in radiation medicine and to provide training to enhance diagnostics, treatment planning and delivery in line with international standards. Field(s): (6F) Radiation Metrology and Dosimetry Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (F) Human Health Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 686,380
  • 11. RER/6/019 Improving Clinical Practice in Radiation Oncology (Phase II) Summary Information Objectives: To upgrade the knowledge and clinical skills of radiation oncologists and technicians and to enhance the sustainability of radiotherapy treatment. Field(s): (6C) Radioisotope and Radiation Treatment Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (F) Human Health Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 725,319
  • 12. RER/6/020 Quality Assurance Team in Radiation Oncology: Improving the Quality of Radiotherapy Services (Phase II) Summary Information Objectives: To improve the quality and safety of radiotherapy services. Field(s): (6C) Radioisotope and Radiation Treatment Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (F) Human Health Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 302,867
  • 13. RER/7/005 Providing Technical Support for Implementing Modern Approaches and Tools for the Assessment of Radiation Impact on Terrestrial and Freshwater Environments Summary Information Objectives: To improve regulatory instruments used for environmental assessments through harmonization and implementation of modern approaches and tools for evaluation of radiation impact on terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems. Field(s): (7F) Radioecology Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (H) Assessment and Management of Marine and Terrestrial Environments Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 384,900 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 384,900
  • 14. RER/8/014 Supporting Radiation Synthesis and the Characterization of Nanomaterials for Health Care, Environmental Protection and Clean Energy Applications Summary Information Objectives: To strengthen international cooperation among Member States participating in the programme through the use of electron accelerators and gamma sources for nanomaterial synthesis and processing, establishment of a network of analytical laboratories applying nuclear techniques for nanoproduct characterization, design and the development of nanostructure-based products for health care, environmental and industrial applications. Field(s): (2C) Radioanalytical Techniques (2D) Radiation Chemistry (8H) Radiation Processing Facilities and Applications (8O) Analytical and Instrumental Techniques Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (I) Radioisotope Production and Radiation Technology Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 359,505 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 359,505
  • 15. RER/8/015 Using Nuclear Techniques for the Characterization and Preservation of Cultural Heritage Artefacts in the European Region Summary Information Objectives: To improve the characterization and preservation of cultural heritage artefacts through the application of nuclear techniques with special emphasis on gamma irradiation treatment, making use of techniques including insect eradication and disinfection in various cultural heritage materials and consolidation of degraded materials with radiation-curing resins. Field(s): (8O) Analytical and Instrumental Techniques Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (I) Radioisotope Production and Radiation Technology Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 480,975 Government Cost Sharing - Euro: 0 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 480,975
  • 16. RER/8/016 Using Environmental Isotopes for Evaluation of Streamwater/Groundwater Interactions in Selected Aquifers in the Danube Basin Summary Information Objectives: To improve and verify conceptual/hydraulic models of bank filtered groundwater resources along the Danube River and its tributaries. Field(s): (8N) Surface-Water Hydrology Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (G) Water Resources Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 503,180
  • 17. RER/8/017 Enhancing Quality Control Methods and Procedures for Radiation Technology Summary Information Objectives: To enhance European Member State application of standardized quality control methods and procedures for radiation processing of human health products and advanced materials, and to promote the contributions of nuclear technology on human health and environmental protection. Field(s): (8H) Radiation Processing Facilities and Applications Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (I) Radioisotope Production and Radiation Technology Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 513,000
  • 18. RER/9/093 Strengthening Radiological Protection of Patients and Medical Exposure Control Summary Information Objectives: Member States in the region to gain acquired capability and documented optimization of patient protection to ensure that patients, family members and patient comforters are protected in accordance with international radiation safety standards. Participating countries should have: documented reduction of unnecessary radiation exposure in imaging procedures (radiology and nuclear medicine), avoidance of radiation injuries in X-ray interventional procedures and avoidance of accidental exposure in therapeutic procedures. However, it is recognized that this is a long- term objective with little likelihood of it being achieved within one or two technical cooperation (TC) cycles. Hence a more pragmatic graduated approach is to be followed: (i) introduction of pilot projects in a small number of hospitals in each country; (ii) expansion from the pilot projects to a larger number of hospitals; and finally (iii) expansion to full national coverage. Note: Participating countries should have an adequate and sustainable national infrastructure for radiological protection of patients and protection in medical exposures in accordance with international standards (BSS) and the guidance of Radiological Protection for Medical Exposure to Ionizing Radiation (RS-G-1.5). Field(s): (9J) Medical Exposure Control Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (K5) Control of Radiation Sources Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2007 Estimated duration: 4 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 1,273,454 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 1,273,454
  • 19. RER/9/094 Upgrading National Capabilities in Controlling Public Exposure Summary Information Objectives: To establish, develop and consolidate adequate national systems for public exposure control including the following areas: sustainable regulatory control at design, operation and decommissioning stages of facilities, monitoring of public exposure, control of discharges, source and environmental monitoring for the purpose of radiation protection, control of foodstuffs and selected commodities, control of exposure as a result of past practices and accidents, remediation, control of exposure to radon and other natural sources, control of materials for recycling, safe transport of radioactive material, radioactive waste and management and decommissioning. Field(s): (9K) Public Exposure Control Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (L3) Dischargeable Waste: Public and Environmental Protection Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2007 Estimated duration: 4 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 1,801,015 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 1,801,015
  • 20. RER/9/095 Strengthening Safety Assessment Capabilities Summary Information Objectives: To enhance and maintain high levels of nuclear safety in Member States by strengthening their capabilities for conducting periodic safety reviews and probabilistic and deterministic safety assessments. Field(s): (9F) Safety Assessment of Nuclear Facilities Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (J) Safety of Nuclear Installations Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 1,716,617 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 1,716,617
  • 21. RER/9/096 Strengthening National Infrastructures for the Control of Radiation Sources (TSA-1), (Phase II) Summary Information Objectives: (i) To improve the comprehensive regulatory infrastructure for the safety and control of radiation sources in participating countries; (ii) to establish and develop adequate and effective regulatory mechanisms for the control of radiation sources in new Member States; and (iii) to harmonize and streamline national capabilities for regulatory control in compliance with the requirements of the international Basic Safety Standards (BSS), the requirements of Legal and Governmental Infrastructure for Nuclear, Radiation, Radioactive Waste and Transport Safety (GS-R-1), and the provisions of the Code of Conduct on the Safety and Security of Radioactive Sources (Code of Conduct). Field(s): (0N) Strengthening Institutional Capacity for Sustainability and Self- Reliance (9T) Safety and Security of Radiation Sources Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (K) Radiation and Transport Safety (T) Management of Technical Cooperation for Development Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 1,082,905 US Nucl. Regulatory Commission: 128,576 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 1,211,481
  • 22. RER/9/097 Strengthening National Capabilities for Radiological Protection of Workers and Occupational Exposure Control Summary Information Objectives: To develop and further strengthen capabilities in the participating countries concerning the protection of health and the safety of radiation workers occupationally exposed to ionizing radiation; including harmonization of the implementation of Agency standards in the area of occupational radiation protection as described in IAEA Safety Requirements RS-G-1.1 (Occupational Radiation Protection), RS-G-1.2 (Assessment of Occupational Exposure Due to Intakes of Radionuclides), RS-G-1.3 (Assessment of Occupational Exposure Due to External Sources of Radiation) and RS-G-1.6 (Occupational Radiation Protection in the Mining and Processing of Raw Materials); and fostering the exchange of information and experience on issues related to occupational radiation protection between the participating countries by means of networking as part of the International Action Plan on Occupational Radiation Protection jointly managed by the Agency and the International Labour Organization (ILO). Field(s): (9I) Occupational Exposure Control Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (K) Radiation and Transport Safety Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 615,595 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 615,595
  • 23. RER/9/099 Strengthening the Effectiveness of Regulatory Authorities and Advanced Training in Nuclear Safety Summary Information Objectives: To strengthen the effectiveness of nuclear safety regulatory authorities and to assist in maintaining the knowledge of the nuclear community in the area of nuclear safety. Field(s): (9H) Regulatory Infrastructure for Nuclear Safety Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (J) Safety of Nuclear Installations Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 750,000 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 750,000
  • 24. RER/9/100 Developing National Arrangements and Capabilities for Preparedness and Response to a Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Summary Information Objectives: To strengthen and establish coordinated national systems for preparedness and response to nuclear and radiological emergencies using an integrated all-hazards approach in compliance with the international requirements of, Preparedness and Response for a Nuclear or Radiological Emergency (IAEA Safety Standards Series GS-R-2). Field(s): (9L) Emergency Preparedness and Response Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (X) Emergency Preparedness Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 1,528,745 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 1,528,745
  • 25. RER/9/101 Building Competence Through Education and Training in Support of Radiation Protection Infrastructures Summary Information Objectives: To build competence in Member States in radiation protection and the safety of radiation sources through training mechanisms in order to produce adequate numbers of qualified experts, skilled operators and trainers required for radiation protection infrastructures and for ensuring sustainability through self-assessment tools. Field(s): (9C) Regulatory Infrastructure for Radiation and Waste Safety (9I) Occupational Exposure Control (9X) Education and Training in Radiation and Waste Safety Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (K) Radiation and Transport Safety Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 749,480
  • 26. RER/9/102 Developing Human Resources in Nuclear Security Summary Information Objectives: To build human resource capacity for a sustainable nuclear security infrastructure. Field(s): (9W) Prevention and Response to Illicit Trafficking and Nuclear Threats Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (M) Nuclear Security Original funding: Footnote A(upgraded on 2009-02-19) 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 3 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TC-NSF(USA) - Euro: 265,784 TC-NSF(SWE) - Euro: 42,929 TC-NSF(CAN) - Euro: 7,341 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 316,054
  • 27. RER/9/103 Training in Radioactive Waste Disposal Technologies Using Underground Research Facilities Summary Information Objectives: To transfer knowledge and technology from Member States with advanced research and development programmes in underground research facilities (URFs) to Member States with less developed repository implementation programmes and/or no direct access to URFs. Field(s): (9E) Safe Predisposal and Disposal of Radioactive Waste Agency Sub-Programme and Project Code (APC): (L) Management of Radioactive Waste Original funding: Core 1st year of approval: 2009 Estimated duration: 5 year(s) Project remark(s): Project status: Active Total project budget (US $): TCF: 1,541,000 Inkind Contrib: 0 Total: 1,541,000

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