Sustainable development planning and implementation

Sustainable development is defined as development that meets the needs of present generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In essence, sustainable development is a process of changes in which the exploitation of resources, direction of investments, the orientation of technological development and institutional changes are in harmony with the use of current and future potential to meet human needs and aspirations. It is important to understand that without sustainable economic growth and economic and technological development there is no sustainable development of society based on social equality as well as protection of the environment to the rational use of natural resources, combining them both into one entity supported by appropriate institutional framework.

DCG apply their experience in matters of determining the priority of the development strategy of local governments in order to be better horizontally and vertically integrated with key local and national strategies. In addition, it was necessary to comply with access to the EU sustainable development. Delivering high-quality technical assistance, facilitation, capacity building, preparing procedures and training of local governments themselves and their socio-economic partners in the process of transformation of their local development strategy into operational and the implementing documents, which will be further translated into concrete development interventions in favor of local communities.

DCG is parallel committed and engaged in the transfer of knowledge and skills for strategic planning, monitoring, evaluation and reporting provided to its clients both on the local level and in the region in order to strengthen and establish greater sustainability of the communities themselves. Our experts have experience in assessing the economic structure, economic status and political development and to identify specific needs for political, structural and economic reforms.