Local Development

Launch of the Small Grant Scheme (SGS): Local Development and Poverty Reduction in Urban Communities – 30 July 2019

The Government launched a €1.2 million scheme for the country’s urban localities, aimed at reducing poverty. The scheme was made possible through Norwegian Funds. The plan of the Parliamentary Secretary for Local Councils was to use the funds in order to assist both the elderly persons to continue living in their localities and also those people facing social challenges who live in these localities.

Information Session and thematic workshops on EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation

Through workshops on the thematic areas of the call, this information Session will focus on the Concept Note and tips on how to prepare a competitive proposal.

Other Funds 2014-2020

Malta has the opportunity to benefit from other funding opportunites. 
Additional information may be obtained from the respective Managing Authorities / Responsible Bodies.

Click on  "Other Funds" or  "Read More" to view contact details and links related to each entity. 

Interreg V-A Italia-Malta 2014-2020

The Programme aims at promoting cooperation between Maltese and Sicilian entities by means of projects that contribute towards smart and sustainable growth, research and innovation, the competitiveness of small and medium sized enterprises as well as the protection of the environment, including mitigating climate change, natural and anthropogenic risks.

EEA AND NORWAY GRANTS 2014-2021

‘WORKING TOGETHER FOR A COMPETITIVE AND INCLUSIVE EUROPE’

The overall objectives of the EEA and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms for the 2014-2021 period are:

  • To contribute to the reduction of economic and social disparities in the European Economic Area, and
  • To strengthen bilateral relations between the Donor States and the Beneficiary States through financial contributions in the priority sectors.

ENI CBC Med Programme 2014-2020

The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) aims to develop a special relationship between the EU and each of its partner countries, contributing to the development of an area of shared security, prosperity and good neighbourliness. 

Interreg Mediterranean 2014-2020

The MED transnational programme supports the sharing of experiences, knowledge, and the improvement of public policies between national, regional and local authorities and other territorial actors of eligible regions of the MED area.

Fond Agrikolu Ewropew għall-Iżvilupp Rurali (FAEŻR) 2014-2020

Rural development programmes provide co-funding for projects with economic, environmental or social objectives, primarily targeting farmers, farms and SMEs in rural areas.