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How do project promoters become involved ?

Once the programme has been approved, the programme managers (also called managing authorities) appointed by each Member State are responsible for informing potential project promoters of the assistance that is available through, for example, public calls for tender.

Organisations that are active in social and economic life (local authorities, associations, enterprises, etc.) can propose projects and apply to receive support from the Structural Funds. The selection of projects is carried out by the national or regional authorities competent for each programme, not by the European Commission.

All projects that receive EU financial assistance must also be co-financed from another source, whether this be from the public or private sector.


 

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