CIM Viseu Dão Lafões organized two essential presentation meetings for the StopWaste Project. These gatherings aimed to raise awareness about the project's objectives, garner support, and encourage active participation from project partners and municipalities within the region.
The first meeting, held on March 24th, was exclusively dedicated to introducing the StopWaste Project to key project partners. Notable attendees included the Comissão de Coordenação e Desenvolvimento Regional do Centro (CCDRC), the Associação de Municípios do Planalto Beirão, and the Instituto Politécnico de Viseu. During this session, the project's goals, activities, and anticipated outcomes were thoroughly presented.
The second meeting, convened on May 25th, was tailored to reach out to the 14 municipalities constituting the CIM Viseu Dão Lafões. This session provided an opportunity for municipal representatives to gain insight into the project's objectives, activities, and expected impacts.
Both of these crucial meetings played a pivotal role in achieving several objectives:
Creating Awareness: By sharing information about the StopWaste Project, these meetings helped raise awareness among project partners and municipalities regarding the importance of waste management and its role in achieving sustainable development.
Building Support: The gatherings aimed at securing support for the project's goals and activities, ensuring that all stakeholders understood the significance of their involvement in addressing waste-related challenges.
Encouraging Participation: Actively involving project partners and municipalities was a primary focus. By presenting the project's objectives and expected outcomes, these meetings encouraged active engagement and collaboration.
In essence, these presentation meetings served as a platform to engage project partners and municipalities in the StopWaste Project, fostering a collaborative approach to waste management within the CIM Viseu Dão Lafões region. By uniting stakeholders with a shared purpose, the project aimed to make significant strides in addressing waste-related issues and contributing to a more sustainable future for the region.