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

Call information

The Steering Committee minutes were officially approved last week. The minutes contain the reasons for rejecting projects. The official decision on rejecting the project applications will be prepared and sent out during this week. Projects that need to receive feedback on the rejection reasons earlier may contact the Project Managers/Coordinator. ... Read more
The applicants are eagerly waiting for more information on their submitted project applications and the next steps. Currently, the Steering Committee decisions are being finalised by the approval process of the meeting minutes. The next steps for the applicants are the following. ... Read more
The programme Steering Committee approved 52 (29%) of the 177 project applications submitted in the first call for applications. Out of the approved projects 45 were regular projects approved to continue to the 2nd step application phase and 7 were small projects that will start their implementation once they have fulfilled any conditions set to them and after signing the subsidy contract with the programme.

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The first projects selected for funding

Tuesday, 14 April, 2015
The Central Baltic Programme received, in its first call, 41 small project applications and 136 regular project applications.

The applications have been assessed and the first funding decisions are taken by the programme Steering Committee consisting of Member State representatives.

The Steering Committee has approved the following small project applications for funding:
  • CB103            Käsikäes 
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The programme's first Steering Committee (SC) meeting will be held next week, on 13-14 April, in Tallinn. The SC will decide which first call small project applications are to be funded. The SC will also select the first call regular project applications to continue to the second step application phase. ... Read more
In total 187 million euros ERDF were applied for while the programme has 115 million euros to allocate during the whole programme period. ... Read more

The first call for applications is open

Thursday, 18 December, 2014
The first call for project applications is now open. The Central Baltic Programme welcomes project applications via its eMonitoringSystem (eMS) until 9 February, 2015. All applications are to be submitted electronically to the system by 23:59 (Finnish time, CET +1) on the closing date of the call. It is strongly recommended not to leave the submission to the last moments of the call.

Two types of projects: small and regular
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The Finnish project partners planning to apply for funding for a small project funding during the first call of the Central Baltic Programme can now apply for the Finnish national co-financing from the Regional Council of Southwest Finland.

The Regional Council coordinates the application process. The Central Baltic Programme staff is not involved in the process.

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The first call for the project applications to the Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 will open on 18 December 2014 and close on 9 February 2015.

The second call will be open on 24 August and close on 23 October 2015.

Programme Manual for project applicants and project implementation as well as theApplication form questions will be published on this website on 3 November. ... Read more