Interreg IVC aims to encourage Member States and regions to exchange and transfer knowledge and good practice.
The Programme focuses on two main priorities:
Innovation and Knowledge Economy.
Environment and Risk Prevention.
These priorities contribute towards the EU's Lisbon and Gothenburg Strategies to encourage sustainable growth and jobs.
All EU Member States are eligible to participate in the programme, as well as regional and local public authorities in two non-Member States, namely Switzerland and Norway.
Calls for Project Proposals and Upcoming Events
Refer to the Open Calls
page of this website for further information.
to access the latest Interreg IVC News or here
to access the latest news issued by Malta's National Contact Point for the Interreg IVC Programme.
Stories of changing regions - Web Documentary
The INTERREG IVC programme, which is funded under the European Regional Development Fund, is one of the four Territorial Cooperation Programmes in which Malta participated during the 2007-2013 programming period. The main objective of this programme is to improve regional policies through the exchange of experience and good practices. Examples of such projects may be accessed by means of this interactive web documentary (www.changing-regions.eu), which focuses on four projects which have been funded under the above mentioned Programme
Out of the projects selected for funding under this Programme, 23 include Maltese entities. The total budgetary allocation for Malta by means of such projects, mounts to €2.5 million as ERDF. Further information about Malta’s participation in the Interreg IVC Programme may be accessed here.
Report to Sum Up Interreg IVC Activity and Achievements
For the Report click here
List of projects funded under the INTERREG IVC Programme:
Further information on the Interreg IVC Programme 2007-2013 can be obtained through the following links:
The Interreg IVC website
- This site includes a partner search facility, application packs and assistance to applicants.
The following presentations were delivered during the Information Session held on 6th November 2008:
Annual Implementation Report