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When is your next call for proposals?
Who can apply for the funding?
What are public-equivalent bodies?
Can we have partners from outside the Programme area?
How many partners have to be involved in the project?
What is lead partner?
If our lead partner is a public institution and the project partner is a private enterprise, what % of the Programme funding can we request?
If our lead partner is an NGO and the project partners are public institutions or private enterprises, how much Programme funding can we request?
Does the Programme support infrastructure? What is the allowed proportion of the investments in the project?
If our project proposal is rejected, can we re-apply?
How can we find project partners? Does JTS provide any support?
Can we have an individual consultation about our project idea and specific question?
Our project qualifies for different priorities. What should we do?
If we use translation services for the project application, can we include these costs in our budget?
Are construction costs eligible?
We are having problems with filling the application form. Where can we get help?
If the project gets approved, when can we start the implementation?
How should we inform the Programme about our progress? What is the monitoring procedure like?
How should we refer to the Programme support while implementing the project?
If our project is approved, when will we receive the Programme funding?
Can the funding be transferred from one budget line to another after the project is approved?
Are miscellaneous expenses allowed in the budget?
How can we make sure that all of our budgeted costs are eligible?
What are the main risks to lose the funding (i.e. have the funding considered as ineligible)?
Can we hire a professional Financial Manager for the project?
Four young Estonians and Latvians
Cooperation Needs Seminars
Demo Farm closing event: field trip
Partner day in Ķoņi
MLEDU Media Spring School
Workshop for Stende and Võhma dancers
FireSafe project schools' competition in Naukšēni
communication seminars for running projects
School contest in Kuressaare
Cultural Heritage presentations by inventory specialists
Closing of Back to Nature project
Ski-orienteering in Alūksne
Conference on Latvian-Estonian future cooperation
Tour de LatEst opening marathon
Europe Garden Festival
Partner day in Veclaicene
Singing Neighbours - yoth choir festival in Baldone
Networking trip - timber
Networking trip - food and eco-production
Singing Neighbours Võru concert
SDF event for disabled in Smiltene
Opening of ViSoEst project
Participation in Riga Food 2009
Baltic Way remembrance on the cross-border road in Ķoņi
Cultural Cooperation for Intermediates
Cultural Heritage - experience sharing in Kurese
Back to Nature project - cleaning of Raganu Katls
Europe Day celebration in Riga on May 1
Singing Neighbours project opening
Partner seminar in Riga March 2009
Cross-border youth camp - Back to Nature
Start of the Programme in 2008
Partner seminar in Riga October 2008
Cultural cooperation for Intermediates project
Increasing Attractiveness of Valga - Valka project
Tee üle piiri
Valka - Valga
Ceļs pāri robežai
Valka - Valga
The State of Play
Analysis and Vision
Estonia - Latvia Panel
Estonia - Russia Panel
Valka - Valga
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