Interakcia Foundation is non-governmental, non-commercial organization that creates and improves conditions for the sustainable development of Belarusian regions and towns. More
The project aims to develop and approve an optimal scenario for the restoration of an important international arterial waterway E40 on the section Dnieper-Vistula. The waterway connects the Baltic and Black Seas (ports of Gdansk and Kherson respectively) through rivers and canals in Poland, Belarus, and Ukraine. The initiative is funded by the European Union within the Poland-Belarus-Ukraine cross-border cooperation programme for 2007-2013.
On December 17, more than 30 culinary businesses from the northern Belarusian region of Vitebsk had a training seminar on serving dishes and raising the overall quality of services provided by wait staff. At the event, which was organized in Polotsk, a Belarusian historical city receiving thousands of tourists, the businesses also signed official forms stating their membership in the European Network of Culinary Heritage. The event was organized as part of the project Bella Cuisine that is funded by the European Union and being implemented by Interakcia Foundation and a group of Latvian and Belarusian state and non-state organizations.
In the middle of November, members of school ecological clubs and ecological posts, which had been recently created in Vitebsk region in northern Belarus, learned in the town of Sharkovschina how to conduct research on water contamination and about the importance of small rivers and lakes for bigger ecosystems and for improving quality of life. The training was conducted within the framework of the project Small Rivers – Big Challenges that is now being implemented in Vitebsk region by Interakcia Foundation, several local governments, and another Belarusian NGO thanks to the funding provided by the European Union.