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  • Happy news for funds


    An additional €16 million have been distributed to 10 funds under the EEA and Norway Grants, enabling them to support additional projects.

  • 1250 projects for 1.2 billion


    1250 projects, programmes and funds of a total value of €1.230 billion are now set to benefit from financial support through the EEA and Norway Grants. Environmental protection and efforts to preserve our common cultural heritage make up the largest groups of beneficiaries.

  • Flourishing European cooperation


    More than 1 in 5 projects are implemented in collaboration with partners from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. Entities from the donor states are involved in some 300 partnership projects accross Central and Southern Europe.

  • Final projects approved


    Today, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway committed the remaining funding of the EEA and Norway Grants 2004-2009. 1249 projects, programmes and funds in the 15 beneficiary states are supported to reduce economic and social disparities in Europe.

  • Conditional approval of Bulgarian projects


    The Financial Mechanism Committee has resumed approval of Bulgarian applications, on the condition that the Central Finance and Contracts Unit (CFCU) will be replaced by another implementing agency for the EEA Grants.

  • Grants available for Romanian NGOs


    The NGO Fund in Romania has launched its second open call for project proposals, making available nearly €3 million to civil society organisations in the country.

  • Creating conscious consumers in Poland


    Today, vast amounts of food is lost to spoilage and waste in Europe. In a bid to tackle this problem, the Polish NGO fund is supporting a campaign to raise awareness of the environmental, financial and social impacts of food waste.

  • Latvian human resource projects approved


    13 projects have been approved in the second and last open call of the Latvian fund for human resource development. With support from Norway Grants, the fund helps to build institutional and organisational capacity in Latvia.

  • Preserving our common European cultural heritage


    Through the EEA and Norway Grants close to 200 cultural heritage projects receive support from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The support goes to renovation of historical monuments, arts and documents, making these available to the public and future generations.

  • Vital support to Czech cultural heritage, says review


    Many pieces of cultural heritage in the Czech Republic would have been subject to complete deterioration without the EEA and Norway Grants. The review finds the support from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to have a significant and positive impact on the preservation of European cultural heritage in the Czech Republic.

  • More than 1000 NGO projects


    Through 19 NGO funds supported by the EEA and Norway Grants, smaller and easily-accessible grants are made available to non-governmental organisations. Support to a fragile civil society is one of the cornerstones of the EEA and Norway Grants.

  • Funding for Bulgarian civil society


    The Bulgarian NGO Fund under the EEA and Norway Grants has announced its second and last open call for projects. Applications can be submitted until 19 June 2009.