Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Cyprus are the beneficiary states that receive the Norway Grants. Green industry innovation, carbon capture and storage, research and scholarships, decent work and social dialogue, public health and gender equality, judicial capacity building and combating cross border crime all feature as key areas of support.
In addition to providing 95% of the funding channeled through the EEA Grants, Norway pays the Norway Grants in full.
One of the most important EEA and Norway Grants project in Cyprus was to establish a the “Home for Cooperation” in the UN-controlled buffer zone, aiming to foster closer ties between civil society organizations from both communities on Cyprus.
Below you find information about the “Home for Cooperation” and several others of the completed and ongoing projects.