Citizen’s Summary sums up useful information about the programme and annual implementation reports. While the programme is described in detail in the Cooperation programme and Programme Manual, annual implementation reports provide key information on the implementation of the programme and its priorities, describing the activities carried out, as well as explaining the financial figures and indicators met.
The call, launched on 28 March and closed on 4 July 2018, received 186 project proposals covering the two specific objectives of the thematic objective of Priority Axis 2, Sustainable Region:
SO 2.1 Promote the sustainable valorisation and preservation of natural and cultural heritage as growth assets in the Adriatic-Ionian area.
SO 2.2 Enhance the capacity in transnationally tackling environmental vulnerability, fragmentation, and the safeguarding of ecosystem services in the Adriatic-Ionian area.
The 22 approved projects will finance operations for a total EU funding of MEUR 33,3.
First Call for Proposals in Figures – Participation
The first call for project proposals was opened on 1 February 2016 to 25 March 2016. Around EUR 33 million of Union contributions was made available, of which EUR 28 million was ERDF funding and EUR 5 million was IPAII funding.
The programme received 378 project proposals, for a total request of EUR 414 million of Union contributions; applicants coming from ERDF Partner States (Croatia, Greece, Italy and Slovenia) asked for EUR 341 million from the ERDF, while applicants coming from IPA Partner States (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia) asked for EUR 73 million from the IPAII fund.
ADRION Programme has just released its new brochure providing general information on the Programme’s activities and showcasing some of its most representative projects funded under the 1st Call for Proposals.