The Med Programme 2007-2013 is a new Transnational Cooperation Programme which aims to encourage cooperation between Mediterranean regions in nine EU Member States, namely: Cyprus, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, UK, Slovenia, as well as two EU Candidate Countries, Croatia and Montenegro. Other IPA countries may join the programme at a later stage.
This programme focuses on:
Fostering the competitiveness of the programme area while guaranteeing sustainable growth and employment (Lisbon strategy)
Promoting territorial cohesion and protecting environment in the framework of sustainable development (Gothenburg strategy)
The Med Programme will finance projects relating to innovation, environment and sustainable territorial development, accessibility and polycentric and integrated development of the eligible area.
The Med Programme 2007-2013 is one of the Territorial Cooperation Programmes which are funded by the European Regional Development Fund under Cohesion Policy 2007-2013.
MED Operational Programme 2007-2013
Calls for Project Proposals and Upcoming Events
The Funds and Programmes Division is Malta's National Contact Point for the Med Programme. The Managing Authority for this Programme is based in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Region, France.
List of Projects funded under the MED Programme:
Further information on the Med Programme 2007-2013 can be obtained through the following links:
Annex II - Financing ERDF and IPA plans of the OP by year
Annual Implementation Report
Transnational Cooperation 2004-2006 - the Interreg IIIB Archimed and Medocc Programmes
for information on the Med Programmes 2004-2006 - Interreg IIIB Archimed and Medocc, 2004-2006.