The programme is designated only for Prague; therefore, all projects have to provide help in the capital city. Project stakeholders have to be from Prague or work for a Prague employer or have to be students of a Prague school. Project implementers (e.g., educational institutions) may of course be from any region in the Czech Republic.
How is OP Prague Adaptability financed?
OPPA is one of two operational programmes for Prague that utilise resources from EU funds under the Regional Competitiveness and Employment objective. € 108.39 million has been earmarked for it from the European Social Fund which is approximately 0.41% of all resources earmarked from EU funds for the Czech Republic.
What projects are supported by OP Prague Adaptability?
OPPA contains four priority axes dividing the operational programme into logical units. OPPA is not (compared to the other operational programmes in the Czech Republic) further materialised through the areas of intervention. The reason is the relatively small volume of funding that is available under the various priority axes:
Support and development of knowledge-based economy
Support of access to the job market
Modernisation of initial education
The programme was approved by the European Commission on 16 October 2007.