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EU Results website update: Achievements of 1000+ projects

EU Results website update: Achievements  of 1000+ projects

The Commission aims to improve its communication to the citizens. In September 2015, for the first time ever, we have started publishing information about results achieved by the EU budget across programmes, EU Member States and beyond through a single website of EU Results.

One year later we have managed to simplify the website and enlarge the database. On 27 September 2016, at the 2nd annual EU Budget Focused on Results Conference, Vice-President for Budget and Human Resources Kristalina Georgieva presented the improved design and a better user experience of the website. It is now populated with more than 1000 projects.

Website visitors can easily search for EU financed projects by country, funding area, policy or a keyword. Each project entry provides information on concrete results that contribute to improving the lives of people in the EU and outside its borders. The projects cover all policy areas from employment, regional development, research and education to environment, humanitarian aid, energy and many others.

Available in English, for the time being, the content is jointly produced by the Commission departments that manage EU funding. The website can be accessed with both desktop computers and mobile devices (tablets and smartphones). To maximise user-friendliness the projects can also be navigated on a world map.

Is a project you know missing? Do you think EU Results should show it? Feel free to suggest this project for inclusion and contribute to the success of the website:

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