Results archive 2009-2014

The 2009-2014 EEA and Norwegian Grants  targeted a wide range of areas in which Romania needed support, such as children, health, cultural heritage, civil society, research, scholarships, environment protection, climate change, innovation, justice and home affairs, thus contributing to social and economic cohesion in the European Economic Area.

The programmes contributed to the two major objectives of the Grants – reducing disparities between Romania and the EEA and strengthening bilateral relations between Romania, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, by interventions in the agreed priority areas.

832 projects were financed under the 22 programmes in the 2009-2014 period: