The Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 finances result orientated cross-border cooperation projects in Estonia, Finland (incl Åland), Latvia and Sweden

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Thursday, 4 April, 2019
The programme has had three calls that have resulted in almost 100 projects in all Priorities and Specific Objectives. Last year, ten projects ended already and the number is even bigger in 2018. To summarise: we are running at full-speed – jointly tackling cross-border challenges and creating concrete results.

To show how we are improving the programme region with EU funding, we have approached our projects communication-wise to learn about the methods, results and people. Now the project database has been brought up-to-speed to display the collected stories and interviews. To get us started, we have published an interesting variety of articles that showcase our projects from different angles. Most of the content in English, although certain articles are available in local languages as well
The programme has had three calls that have resulted in almost 100 projects in all Priorities and Specific Objectives. Last year, ten projects ended already and the number is even bigger in 2018. To summarise: we are running at full-speed – jointly tackling cross-border challenges and creating concrete results.

To show how we are improving the programme region with EU funding, we have approached our projects communication-wise to learn about the methods, results and people. Now the project database has been brought up-to-speed to display the collected stories and interviews. To get us started, we have published an interesting variety of articles that showcase our projects from different angles. Most of the content in English, although certain articles are available in local languages as well
Kalle Sissonen
Web developer
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