Interreg Euro-MED: 5th Call for Project Proposals

The Interreg Euro-MED programme has launched the 5th call for project proposals. This call has a budgetary allocation of €35M and shall be open until 26th September 2024, focusing on creating a Smarter and Greener Mediterranean, and a Better Mediterranean Governance.

The 5th call for proposals is targeted to thematic Strategic territorial projects, focusing on the following territories: islands, rural areas and mountain areas, and the following topics: waste prevention and reduction, and water scarcity.

Eligible beneficiaries include public authorities, bodies governed by public law and private non-profit bodies operating in the programme’s eligible area which includes 10 EU Member States together with Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and North Macedonia.

Project proposals may be submitted on Jems.

An information seminar organised by the Interreg Euro-MED Programme’s Joint Secretariat was held in Malta on 11th June 2024, with the participation of the relevant stakeholders from the programme area. A recording of the seminar is available here.

The Terms of Reference of this call, and all relevant information may be found in here.

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