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


The Project Applicant Seminar is just behind the corner. Tomorrow in Riga, representatives of the Central Baltic Joint Secretariat, will tell potential applicants how to prepare for the 5th call.

For potential applicants interested in applying for the 5th call, but unable to attend the seminar, it is possible to participate virtually by following this webstream link. The streaming will start tomorrow, Tuesday 11.6 at 10:15.

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The Central Baltic programme uses public funds to reach commonly defined objectives for the good of our regions. All elements of that sentence mean that we have to spend that money very wisely and correctly. Therefore, the programme has a zero-tolerance for fraud as it is one of the saddest forms of misuse of public funds. 
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5th call - new information

Tuesday, 23 April, 2019
For latest information about the fifth call, please visit the 5th call page.

The Monitoring Committee of the Central Baltic Programme gathered in Riga between 23-24 April 2019. During the meeting, 5th call details were decided.

We will compile a comprehensive 5th call information page in near future but here are the most important facts:
  • The call is open between 15.8.-15.10.2019
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On 6 March, the local radio of Åland broadcasted two short interviews with four people involved in the Central Baltic programme. In the first interview, Linnéa Johansson, head of Department for Trade and Industry at the Government of Åland, gives a boader view of what CB means to Åland.

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Our programme manual has just been updated to reflect the 4th call. You can find the updated version here as well as on the 4th call page here. ... Read more
The Project Applicant Seminar is an event meant for partnerships in their advanced phase of application planning. 

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Photo submission form

Tuesday, 26 June, 2018
At the Central Baltic programme, we are always on the look out for materials from our projects to be used in programme communication.

To streamline the process of sending us photos, we have just published a photo upload form on our webpage! Now projects can very easily send us material, by submitting e.g. photos via the form. 

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The Central Baltic programme has launched a public procurement to find an evaluator for impact evaluation. 

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The 4th call is launched!

Thursday, 19 April, 2018
On 17 April 2018, the Central Baltic Monitoring Committee decided on details regarding the 4th call. Below we have listed the key facts about the call. Below are the first available details. More information will follow.

What is funded?

In total, at least 8m euros are available in four priorities. The exact amount of available funding is influenced by returning funds from implementing projects.

The 4th call is targeted and only the following Specific Objectives are available:
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    Where is the Facebook stream?

    Wednesday, 11 April, 2018
    There is a huge empty spot on our landing page -- right where the stream from the Communication Network for Projects used to be. We have noticed this as well. It appears that due to recent breaches in security, Facebook has made some alterations in how the streams are transmitted. There was no heads-up warning for this and as of now, the stream cannot be displayed. We are currently waiting for more information and hopefully get the link up and running again. ... Read more