Poland’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan

Poland formulated its National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) to access funding from the European Union’s Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF). The NRRP is a strategic document that outlines Poland’s plans for economic recovery and resilience in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The key areas that the Plan covers are:

Green Transition: The plan focuses on promoting environmental sustainability and combating climate change. It includes investments in renewable energy, energy efficiency, clean transportation, and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

Digital Transformation: The NRRP outlines measures to foster digitalization and improve digital infrastructure, aiming to enhance connectivity, support the development of innovative technologies, and expand digital services across various sectors.

Infrastructure Development: The plan prioritizes investments in infrastructure projects such as transportation networks, energy grids, and broadband connectivity. These developments can help improve regional connectivity and contribute to economic growth.

Education and Skills: The NRRP addresses also the need to invest in education and skills development to enhance human capital. This involves initiatives to modernize educational systems, promote lifelong learning, and bridge skills gaps.

Health and Social Resilience: The plan emphasizes also strengthening healthcare systems and social safety nets to ensure resilience in the face of future challenges. Investments in healthcare infrastructure, digital health solutions, and social support programs have been included.

It’s important to note that the specific details and allocation of funds within the NRRP are subject to negotiation and approval by the European Commission.