Over nearly three decades, the Grants in Greece have produced positive results in many diverse fields like civil society, asylum and migration, environment, culture and science.
Since 1994, 180 million Euros have been allocated to Greece. The revival of the Attalos arcade, hostels for abused or unaccompanied children, the aquarium in Heraklion, technology and medical research programs and the organization of the asylum service are some of the 349 projects that have been implemented. Did you know that thanks to the EEA Grants, Greece now has the first electric bus? Or that the first NGO fund was established?
Watch this video by Theodore Scrivanos to get an impression of the many great projects:
The EEA and Norway Grants are the instrument to reduce social and economic disparities in Europe and to strenghten cooperation between European countries.
Working together for a green, competitive and inclusive Europe!