Central Baltic Programme Newsletter / December 2022
News from the 2021-2027 programme

31 regular projects approved for funding

31 new project ideas were approved for funding by the Monitoring Committee just yesterday. The Joint Secretariat will contact the approved projects in the coming days. 

All in all, the first call resulted in 32 cross-border projects (one small and 31 regular projects) being the first ones implemented in the Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027 in the fields of business development, environment and resource use, employment opportunities and public services.

Out of 118 million ERDF, the Programme will allocate 43 million euros (36%) to approved projects in the first call. The list of project acronyms approved for funding is available on the Programme website: 
First call for proposals: 31 regular projects approved for funding

The second call is open for regular and small projects

Funding will remain available for all Programme Objectives in the second call of applications. Project applications must be submitted in Jems between 20 February 2023 and 10 March 2023 at 12:00 (EET). Read more from the news:

Second call for project proposals - submission - Central Baltic
Save the date!
The Project Applicant Webinar is coming up in January

This event is targeted at those who are planning to apply for funding in the second call for applications. This time, we are focusing on budget and activity planning. Read more: 
Project Applicant Webinar - budget and planning
News from the 2014-2020 programme

The 2014-2020 photo exhibition is (nearly) finished

In early October, the final photo exhibition of the 2014-2020 programme was launched in Tallinn, Helsinki, Riga and Mariehamn. The first exhibitions were followed by Turku, Stockholm and another location in Helsinki. All programme countries (including Åland) were presented in 7 venues. All in all we are very pleased how the exhibition turned out, the prominent locations and the impressions we have received about the exhibition. There's still a chance to visit the exhibition at the Mall of Tripla in Helsinki until end of December. In addition, the online installment is always accessible at the familiar address:
Old and new working hand in hand. Project photos and stories from our exhibition were on display in the Project Applicant Seminar held in Riga on 13 December. In the photo our Project Manager Normunds Straumantis is just about to dive into the 2021-2027 programme while encouraging examples from 2014-2020 are on display against the wall.
Result packages provide an overview for each Specific Objective and more

All 11 result packages for the 2014-2020 have been published. They promote programme achievements in logical entities by providing summaries of results and examples of good practices. The result packages are an easy way to get a glimpse of the bigger picture.

Follow this link to open them.
REVIEW PROJECT RESULTS IN THE DATABASE. As the programme has advanced and projects have finished, we've been adding results into the project database. For each result, a description along with additional information such as outputs and a bullet point summary is provided. The list is steadily growing and at the moment, there are almost a 100 results available.

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