Description “Chengene skele” is the only authentic fishing village on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast – a place with a unique spirit and character, which still preserves the fishing tradition and impresses every visitor on Konservna Street (the name of the street is inspired by Steinbeck’s novel). A large part...More Information
FISHERIES LOCAL ACTION GROUP BURGAS-KAMENO
Our mission is to work for the sustainable development of the Fisheries and Aquaculture sector in Bulgaria and to strengthen the role of fishing communities in local development and management of local resources in the field of fisheries and marine activities!
The first completed project within CLLD strategy of FLAG Burgas-Kameno is by NGO “DCH – Board” The project`s main activities inlude the making of a promotional historical movie about Chengene skele and the fishing village. Through a familiar face from “Morski sgovor” fishermen associasion and translation in 3 languages, the...More Information
On June 29, FLAG Burgas-Kameno and Burgas Municipality hosted a work meeting for experience exchange between FLAGs, LAGs and MAs from Bulgaria and Romania. A delegation of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development – Romania and representatives of local initiative groups participated in a bilateral meeting between the Bulgarian...More Information
COMMUNITY LED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
The partnership – a group of organizations or people who steer the strategic priorities of the FLAG. The members reflect the strategic focus of the strategy which can imply changes when a new strategy is prepared.
The area covered by the FLAG- This is in line with what is to be achieved. Should the limited FLAG funding focus on specific parts of the area? How to ensure a minimum critical mass of human, natural, financial resources is available to trigger change?
The CLLD strategy aims to ensure that projects and initiatives developed at local level reinforce each other and that the challenges to be tackled are considered in relation to each other. For this to happen, there is a need for a participative reflection process at the level of the area. This reflection process is translated into an integrated local development strategy, which will steer the operations of the local action group over the course of the period and the projects it funds.