On Saturday, September 11 this year. On the Wyżniańska Pass (near the town of Wetlina, Poland) the PIMReC Project Info Day took place.Continue reading 4th PIMReC Project Info Day
On this Saturday, September 11, from 9:00 till 13:00 information event devoted to safe tourism in mountain regions in summer-autumn and winter-spring seasons and establishment of International Training Center for rescuers under the project of Cross-Border Cooperation Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020 “Adaptation of the former observatory on Mountain Pip Ivan to the needs of the high-altitude rescue training center (PIMReC)” will be held.
The PIMReC Project Info Day will be held on the Wyżniański Pass (near the town Wetlina, Poland).Continue reading 4th PIMReC Project Info Day – Announcement
On July 15-18, 2021, 16 mountain rescuers (10 from the Ukrainian side and 6 from the Polish side) underwent theoretical and practical training in the organization and conducting of search and rescue operations in mountain areas.Continue reading Joint training of Ukrainian and Polish rescuers took place in the Eastern Carpathians
On Tuesday, May 18, 11:00 till 13:30 (10:00-12:30 Polish time) information event devoted to safe tourism in mountain regions and improvement of rescuers operation in the high mountain area with the procured equipment and establishment of International Training Center for rescuers under the project of Cross- Border Cooperation Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020 “Adaptation of the former observatory on Mountain Pip Ivan to the needs of the high-altitude rescue training center (PIMReC)”will be held.Continue reading Third Info Day – PIMReC Project – Announcement
Joint Technical Secretariat Cross-border Cooperation Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014–2020 invites professional photographers and photo amateurs to participate in a ‘Reveal the uniqueness of PBU borderland’ photo contest. The aim of the contest is to promote the richness, diversity and values that Programme supports and the effects of projects implemented by the Programme on the borderland of Poland, Belarus and Ukraine.Continue reading “Reveal the uniqueness of PBU borderland” – Photo Contest
The Astronomical-Meteorological Observatory on the summit of the Pip Ivan Mountain in the Chornohora mountain range had been opened just before the outbreak of World War II, on August 1938. The renovated building should serve rescuers, tourists and the academic community from Ukraine and Poland.
The photos show the scaffold installed around the meteorological tower, which at the same time is the highest part of the building, but also the most destroyed. Moreover, one of the objectives of the project is reconstruction and structural adaptation of former astronomical and meteorological observatory on the Pip Ivan mountain to the needs of high mountain rescue service training center as well as rescue station functioning all the year round (24/7).
The reconstruction works are carried out within the project „Adaptation of former observatory on the Pip Ivan mountain to the needs of alpine rescue service training center” (PIMReC) with the financial assistance of the European Union, under the ENI CBC Programme Poland-Belarus-Ukraine 2014-2020.
More details on this topic can be found on the project website: www.pimrec.pnu.edu.ua
Pip Ivan Mountain and the Pip Ivan Mountain Rescue team, which is based in the building of the former observatory, contributed to a new social initiative – the creation of the first public (voluntary) rescue group in Ukraine (cryptonym KuGuaR).Continue reading First Mountain Volunteer Rescue Group works in Chornohora
The Senate of the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University unanimously decided to confer the title of doctor honoris causa for Prof. Marcin Pałys, rector of the University of Warsaw. The doctoral award ceremony is planned for September in Ukraine.
On 26th June The Senate of the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University unanimously decided to confer the title of doctor honoris causa for prof. Marcin Pałys, rector of the University of Warsaw. The decision was made at the request of the Faculty of Natural Sciences.
– In recent years, the UW rector has made a great effort to implement one of the most important strategic projects, not only in the relations between the University of Warsaw and the Precarpathian National University, but also in the relations between Poland and Ukraine – the renewal of the former UW Observatory on the Pop Ivan Mountain, which will not only be a powerful scientific centre, but also a symbol of brotherly ties between Ukrainians and Poles – says Prof. Igor Cependa, rector of the Precarpathian National University.
On June 1, 2020, a helicopter with a 3-ton payload got the Observatory on the top Pip Ivan in Chornohora mountain range.Continue reading Helicopter got to the top of Pip Ivan
Ivan Franko National Academic Music and Drama Theatre in Ivano-Frankivsk plans to close season with the play “Nation” on the Pip Ivan mount.Continue reading Ivano-Frankivsk Drama Theatre plans to close season on the Pip Ivan top