All activities that Rila Municipality will undertake to promote the project are in line with the Single Beneficiary's Guide to Implementing the Information and Communication Rules 2014-2020. The aim of the activity is to inform the stakeholders and the local community about the activities, objectives and results achieved in the project, creating publicity and transparency of the planned activities. The necessary costs that will be used for the creation and production of materials and activities promoting the project and directly related to the implementation of the publicity and transparency commitments in the implementation of the project have been calculated according to the Grant Application Guide. The funds are planned to provide the following materials and public activities - 200 information brochures, 1 pc. an information plate and two information events / press conferences / for the ongoing implementation of the project. All the information and communication measures undertaken by the beneficiary will explicitly indicate the financing of the operation by the EU funds by:
- the EU emblem in accordance with the technical specifications set out in the implementing act adopted by the European Commission with a reference to the European Union; - mention of the support fund to the operation (ESF);
- the general logo for the 2014-2020 programming period in accordance with graphic and visual identity rules. Any project-related document used to inform the public or the participants will indicate the financial support under the program.
- Stages of implementation include: Stage 1: Selection of contractor / month 1 /
Stage 2: Information and publicity during the project / month 1-12 /
- Promoting the role of the European Union and informing about the funding available to the Rila Municipality;
- Ensuring maximum transparency in the process of project implementation and management;
- Building and maintaining high public trust in project implementation and management processes;
In quantitative terms, the results of the publicity and visualization activities were: 200 information brochures on the project, an information plate and two press press conferences for the local community and stakeholders.