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  • Call for NGO projects in Slovenia


    The second and final tranche of funding under the €1.8 million NGO Fund in Slovenia was made available on 11 July to Slovene NGO applicants.

  • Grants awarded to 31 Estonian NGOs


    Estonia's €2.3 million NGO Fund concluded its second call for NGO projects in July, awarding €400,000 in grants to 31 NGO projects.

  • Call for NGO projects in Bulgaria


    On 21 July 2008, Bulgaria launched its first open call under the €2 million NGO Fund supported by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

  • New life for Kiltsi manor


    The Kiltsi manor house in Estonia, dating back to the 1790s and currently housing Kiltsi elementary school, is given a new lease of life with a €1.1 million renovation grant from Norway.

  • Czech NGO fund supports botanical garden


    Tábor Botanical Garden has renewed 500 metres of pathway, created aviaries for handicapped birds, and planted 1300 trees and plants with support from the EEA and Norway Grants.

  • 'Bus to Democracy'


    The Polish €41.5 million NGO fund, supported by a €37.5 million grant from Norway, Liechtenstein and Iceland, has released a short film to showcase its progress made in promoting democracy and civil society in Poland.

  • Prolonged open call in Romania


    The deadline of the ongoing open call for applications in Romania has been prolonged by one week for all priority sectors. Project proposals can be submitted until 20 June.

  • New round of grants to Estonian NGOs in July


    Estonia's second call for projects this spring will be rounded off in July, when grants amounting to approximately €400,000 will be committed to NGO projects across the country.

  • Highly popular spring call in Bulgaria


    The preliminary results of the Bulgaria's €17 million open call for projects this spring was concluded with a press conference on 28 May. Bulgarian Minister of Finance Plamen Oresharski expressed belief that the projects to be supported under the EEA Grants would contribute to strengthening Bulgaria's capacity in Europe.