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Latest update: 2017.06.07

89 SMALL PROJECTS APPLICATIONS – SUMMARY STATISTICS

Within the deadline there were received 89 Small projects applications for the 2nd call for proposals of the the INTERREG V-A Lithuania – Poland Progamme. 61 applications were submitted by the Lead Beneficiaries from Lithuania (the biggest number of applications from Alytus county) and 28 applications by the Lead Beneficiaries from Poland (the most active were organisations from Podlaskie Voivodeship).

The most popular specific objective of the Programme among beneficiaries was 1.1. To increase the sustainable use of natural and cultural heritage for tourism in cross-border area with 32 project applications or 36% of all submitted applications. The least popular objective was 2.2 To decrease unemployment through coordinated cross-border employment initiatives with 6 submitted applications. This specific objective was the least popular also during the 1st call for proposals, when only 2 applications were submitted. 

The biggest demand for funding accordingly is under the specific objectives 1.1. To increase the sustainable use of natural and cultural heritage for tourism in cross-border area (total value of the submitted projects EUR 1,5 million) and 3.1 To enhance the access to social and health care services for cross-border inhabitants thus combating social exclusion and poverty (total value EUR 1,2 million). 

The total value of the submitted projects amounts EUR 4,2 million, while The maximum amount of the small projects to be selected is EUR 3 million. 

Information about the assessments results shall reach Lead beneficiaries in autumn 2017.

 

 

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