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

Programme

Monitoring Committee meeting

Thursday, 14 November, 2019
The Central Baltic programme's Monitoring Committee met in Riga on 12 November to discuss the programme. During the meeting, programme staff gave an update on the current state of affairs. Additional topics that were discussed during the meeting included for example the work plan for 2020 as well as the capitalisation plan of the programme.  ... Read more

Next programming period, here we come

Wednesday, 23 October, 2019
At the moment 57 projects are implementing, with new projects still starting next year (69 applications in the fifth call). While supporting current projects and helping approved ones to start, we have also adjusted the focus of our binoculars towards the future.

Our member states have given us green light to begin programming for the Post 2020 period. Arrangements have started and we will inform through our channels, when new information is available. ... Read more
Most of the staff is now back in office. This means that wheels are turning in high gear. Among the Annual Event and the 5th call, we have also gotten busy with inserting project results into our database. Ten of them have already been published and many more are in the pipeline. Read below to learn more about the process.

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Programme Manual update

Thursday, 27 June, 2019
The Programme Manual has just been updated to clarify some terms and procedures and to add the new Simplified Cost Option for the 5th call.

The version number 3.0 has been replaced by the newly updated 3.1.

The latest version of the Programme Manual replaces all the previous versions. 



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The Central Baltic programme uses public funds to reach commonly defined objectives for the good of our regions. All elements of that sentence mean that we have to spend that money very wisely and correctly. Therefore, the programme has a zero-tolerance for fraud as it is one of the saddest forms of misuse of public funds. 
 
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On 6 March, the local radio of Åland broadcasted two short interviews with four people involved in the Central Baltic programme. In the first interview, Linnéa Johansson, head of Department for Trade and Industry at the Government of Åland, gives a boader view of what CB means to Åland.

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Our programme manual has just been updated to reflect the 4th call. You can find the updated version here as well as on the 4th call page here. ... Read more
The Project Applicant Seminar is an event meant for partnerships in their advanced phase of application planning. 

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Photo submission form

Tuesday, 26 June, 2018
At the Central Baltic programme, we are always on the look out for materials from our projects to be used in programme communication.

To streamline the process of sending us photos, we have just published a photo upload form on our webpage! Now projects can very easily send us material, by submitting e.g. photos via the form. 

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The Central Baltic programme has launched a public procurement to find an evaluator for impact evaluation. 

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