“The most exciting part is still ahead of us”, said Norway’s Ambassador to Romania, Tove Bruvik Westberg, at the launch of the Grants in Romania.
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17 October is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty - a good time to reflect on how we are working to alleviate poverty and exclusion.
Currently no joined up service for children with severe mental health problems exists in Estonia. A new Norway Grants project intends to change this.
The EEA and Norway Grants contribute to making Roma integration a reality in countries with sizeable Roma minorities
This week saw the launch of the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014 in Slovenia at an event with more than 400 participants. The importance of bilateral relations was highlighted.
The EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014 were officially launched on 7 June in Lisbon, Portugal in the presence of senior government officials from Portugal and the donor states. Some of the key areas of support are public health, civil society and water management.
To improve access to and quality of health services and increase the prevention and reduction of various diseases, a call for project proposals has been launched in Estonia.
Improving public health is important to reduce social disparities and a precondition for economic prosperity.
€ 137 million of the Grants to Poland are reallocated. Funding for greening industries, research and green industry innovation increase.
Poland has the largest public health programme in the current funding period. The application deadline for the programme, which has a total allocation of €46.9, has now been extended until 28 June.