The Programme Manual is written for the project applicants and beneficiaries. It sets out to give you the basic information needed both when applying for project funding and while implementing your project.
The version updates are described on the last page of the Programme Manual (updated 9.2.2022).
The Programme document defines in detail the structure and functions of the Central Baltic Programme 2021-2027.
This is a draft programme document approved by Member States/Åland, which was submitted to the European Commission for approval.
Guide for Applying for a Project
This guide will take you through the process of applying for funding from the Central Baltic Programme 2021 – 2027.
The guide also functions as step-by-step guidance on how to fill in the application form. It should be used side by side with the Programme Manual.
The guide was updated to version 2.0 on 9 February 2022 with small specifications in the text.
Project idea form
The Project idea form can be used by project applicants for defining the project idea in the preparation phase of the project.
It can also be sent to the Joint Secretariat as an initial presentation of the idea. The Project idea form is not an Application form.
Letter of intent
The Letter of intent is used to confirm the willingness of partners in regular projects during the first step.
Declaration of financial capacity to undertake project activities
Declaration of financial capacity has to be filled in by NGO’s and private partners to confirm that they have the financial capacity required to implement a project.
It is needed for applying in the second step.
Partner Contribution Statement
The partner contribution statement provides information on the co-financing for each project partner.