About Us

Association of citizens Centre for Sustainable Development Ellipse have been registered in December 2012. According to the Statute overall objective of the association is to promote the sustainable development, strengthening of democratic processes and the development of human and material resources in Republic of Macedonia.

CSD Ellipsa aims to achieve the following specific objectives:

  • support to the development of institutional capacity at central and local level;
  • raising awareness among citizens about the use of sustainable practices in economic development;
  • sustainable use of human and natural resources;
  • support for sustainable tourism development;
  • providing integrated regional development in accordance with the principles of sustainable development

Until today CSD Ellipsa has participated in several projects funded by different donors. Also CSD Elipsa has prepared many studies and strategic documents in the field of tourism and the environment, and held several training courses in tourism and the environment. With its experts CSD Elipsa participated in the preparation of programs for development of regions in Macedonia in the field of tourism, infrastructure and transport. CSD participated in the preparation of the following studies and strategic documents:

  • Analysis of legal requirements and Business and market analysis on shared internet-based public service platforms and applications – “South East Europe jointly developed common advanced virtual accessibility solutions to support public services (SECOVIA)
  • “Preparation of feasibility study for Carev Vrv on Osogovo Mountain”, Preparation of feasibility studies for development of ski tourism in mountain areas of Belitsa, Bulgaria and Makedonska Kamenica, Macedonia,
  •  Elaboration of a quality assessment of the detailed Analysis of the biodiversity (flora and fauna) in the Maleshevska Mountain, Promoting and preserving the biodiversity of Maleshevska mountain
  •  Report on study and recording of local heritage – cultural and natural; good practices research: on desk and by field visits; benchmarking and Development of a model “learning by doing” for the local working groups which will be established”