Close to 250 people turned out in the old town square in Warsaw in May 2011 to 'Walk the Grants'. The Norwegian Embassy in Warsaw invited representatives from all funded projects to participate in the Nordic walking event, celebrating the achievements of the more than 400 projects and funds implemented in Poland.
Photographer: Mateusz Pieczko
The city of Poznañ in western Poland has redeveloped five sport activity zones with support from the EEA Grants.
Photographer: Sidsel Bleken, Royal Norwegian Embassy, Warsaw.
At the Burratino School on Csepel island, Budapest, children from underpriviliged families come to learn and live in a safe and inspiring environment. The school was upgraded with support from the Norway Grants and can now provide better facilities and education.
Photographer: Christophe Vander Eecken
Biodiversity and ecosystem services in Cyprus have been allocated €1.2 million in the 2009-2014 Grants period
Domestic and gender-based violence in Cyprus is combated with the help of €700 000 provided by the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014
Decent work and tripartite dialogue in Cyprus is supported by the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014
€600 000 has been allocated to protect cultural and natural heritage in Cyprus in the 2009-2014 Grants period
In the 2009-2014 Grants period, the Cypriot NGO Fund is providing €1.3 million to strengthen civil society development
A grant of €749 920 allowed to open the Home for Cooperation Cyprus, an inter-cultural educational centre in Cyprus
In the 2009-2014 period, the EEA and Norway Grants are supporting the Cypriot civil society in partnership with the Council of Europe