The recovery plan is divided into 7 key focal points, 35 clusters and 180 projects. A first report on the progress of these projects was made in April 2021, a second in September 2021, a third in December 2021. In 2022 there will be reports in June and December.

Progress report December 2021

A third report on the progress of the 180 recovery projects was submitted in December 2021. This third measurement paints a positive picture.

171 of the 180 recovery projects (95%) have been started on 31 December 2021:

  • 17 projects or 9.44% have the status ‘started’ but were not yet put on the formal agenda of the Government of Flanders. These projects will be coloured ‘light green’.
  • 153 projects or 85% have the status ‘started after having been put on the agenda of the Government of Flanders’, and had already been put on the agenda of the Government of Flanders. These projects will be coloured ‘dark green’.
  • 1 project is given the status ‘realised’. It is about VV146 ‘Compensation order KO (Childcare) - extra intervention IKT (income tariff)’.

7 of the 180 recovery projects (3.89%) require additional attention at the measurement date of 31 December 2021 (orange). It is about three digitalisation projects in the Flemish government (VV056, VV057, VV058), two investment projects in cultural centres (VV078 and VV087), the project ‘Improving the Social Map’ (VV120) and the project ‘Accelerated roll-out of digital meters’ (VV168).

Not one single recovery project gets the project status ‘red’ on the measurement date 31 December 2021, requiring additional action.

2 recovery projects (1.11%) have not yet started (grey) on 31 December 2021. It is about: ‘One-off initiatives to support people who were already mentally vulnerable’ (VV137) and ‘Strengthening the approach to domestic violence - awareness-raising campaigns’ (VV142).

Reports

Projects in the spotlight

Key focal points

Campaign

To publicise the recovery plan to the general public, a campaign (in Dutch) ((opens in new window)) was launched from 13 August to 13 September 2021.

Campaign material

Download the leaflet (PDF file opens in new window) (English).

Download campaign material ((opens in new window)) (zip file):

  • E-mail footers in English, French and German
  • Banner Flemish Resilience (English)
  • EU logo (English)

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