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

Programme and project results

Our E-ticketing project just issued a press release about the concrete results they have achieved. In practice, what this means is that those coming to Helsinki (FIN) from Tartu (EE) or Tallinn (EE) can use the application they already have in use to buy tickets for Helsinki public transport.

More information are available in the press release below:

Public transport tickets for Helsinki, Tallinn and Tartu available in one app

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Trhoughout the years and our five calls, the Central Baltic Communication Network for projects on Facebook has kept on growing! As the community expands, so does our network. 

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The first Central Baltic project to end

Tuesday, 27 February, 2018

Let us be active! Senior volunteering as a recipe to fight social exclusion among the elderly

Exactly one year ago Let us be active! was the first Central Baltic project to end. Throughout its lifecycle, the project produced concrete changes in the life of those involved by testing services for elderly people that contribute to change how society perceive them: as a resource rather than a burden.

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Stories and interviews available in the project database

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.

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The focus in on results!

Monday, 12 February, 2018
Ten Central Baltic projects have already ended last year and 10 more will end this Spring only. By the end of 2018, 40 Central Baltic projects will have reached the finishing line.

To celebrate their achievements and all the concreate results their cross-border cooperation efforts brought to the Central Baltic region, we have created the #CBresults hashtag.

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FinEst link project results

Wednesday, 7 February, 2018
This year many of our projects will end. Among those is FinEst Link - a project that studied the economic and technical feasibility of a fixed link between Helsinki and Tallinn. The project, is presenting its results at its final conference today in Tallinn. 

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Last year we got to celebrate the ending of our first projects, such as Let Us Be Active!, EDU-SMEs and EmpowerKids. Also, our Interrreg Volunteer Sofia wrote a short summary about the project results from 2017. ... Read more

​A new tool to EmpowerKids

Thursday, 21 December, 2017

Health education and social advices to support smart lifestyle choices in children

The seminar

Last week, the final seminar of Central Baltic project EmpowerKids took place in Turku, Finland. The seminar focused on how well-being and citizen empowerment are integrated into city/ national policies as well as on the activities implemented in the framework of the project.

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The second Central Baltic programme project to finsish was EDU-SME's. In this interview, the project manager Eija Källström, talks about her first impresssion after the project ended. Based on her experience, also shares some insights on project implementation. 

First impression after the project ended. How does it feel?
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The first Central Baltic Programme 2014-2020 project has just ended. On the 8th of November 2016 the project Let us be active! organised their final seminar.

Elisa from Central Baltic communication contacted project manager Karolina Mackiewicz  from the project Let us be active! to ask her impressions about the project; how it went and what she thinks about it now that the project is ending. ... Read more