Don't miss the deadline for Nordic-Baltic civil servants grant scheme 2014
Updated and refreshed Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Public Administration is open for applications from civil servants and other staff in the public sector. Please note that the deadline is already March 30, 2014 – so, start planning and acting already today!
Your colleagues in other Nordic and Baltic countries have ideas, plans, projects and experiences worth discovering;
Yes we know, finding extra finances can be challenging during the turbulent times in economy;
Applying and reporting is easy and user-friendly – all online at NB8-Grants.
Act today as finding right cooperation partners can take time and there's just one application round in a year.
Experts on national dietary surveys from all 8 countries in the Nordic-Baltic region met in Tallinn, Estonia in the beginning of October 2013 to share best practices and seek solutions to common challenges. "The most important outcome of this collaboration is to enhance skills and strengthen the countries' work with dietary surveys. This is a narrow area and we can learn a lot from each other by exchanging experiences. By using similar methods we will be able to compare data across the different countries, share technical solutions and also send country specific data to EFSA, " explains nutritionist, PhD Anna Karin Lindroos from the National Food Administration of Sweden. Continue reading...
How to apply?
Read the guidelines and all information carefully at www.norden.ee or www.nb8grants.org;
The number of the applications has been growing year by year. 75 applications were approved for granting with a total budget of 303 000 EUR in 2013.
Contacts Madis Kanarbik, Programme Coordinator Nordic Council of Ministers' Office in Estonia (Programme Management Body) Phone + 372 7 423 625 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Languages: English, Swedish, Estonian
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