We are announcing granted ad-hoc (Outcome 2) projects. Below you may find the list of ad-hoc projects that were not granted.

The List of granted ad-hoc projects

Application No.ApplicantProject TitleProject budgetAmount granted, EURAverage quality score
AD_HOC-010Lithuanian Junior Doctors‘ AssociationFront line II6000500080,5
AD_HC-006Lithuanian Centre for Human RightsThe response to the COVID-19 pandemic is a pandemic of solidarity5000450076,5
AD_HOC-009Siena.lt, investigative journalism centerOperation Tzar. Phase two5500495072,5
AD_HOC-002Transparency International Lithuanian ChapterPeople First: Monitoring the Implementation of the Law on Protection of Whistleblowers5500495069,5
AD_HOC-004M. Ciuzelis Charity Foundation„Sidabrinė linija“ – coronavirus quarantine hotline for the elderly5472,724925,4567

The list of not granted ad-hoc projects

Application No.ApplicantProject TitleProject budgetAmount granted, EURAverage quality score
AD_HOC-007Children Support CentrePublic information campaign “Stormy parental reactions: how to manage them”5000450066,5
AD_HOC-012M. Ciuzelis Charity FoundationIncreased emergency emotional assistance for the elderly during the extended hours of the Silver Line call center54884939,259
AD_HOC-013Medardas Čobotas Third Age UniversityThe future of an aging Europe3740334054
AD_HOC-005VšĮ InTheBalticFrom global to local5000450049,5
AD_HOC-008“Personality Education School”Building a stronger society by empowering vulnerable groups of addicts5000450043,5
AD_HOC-011Public Institution “Education and Training Center”Urgent change in municipal waste pricing5000450031
AD_HOC-003Snieriskiu communityIndependent examination of Lake Aisetas’ landscape reserve urbanisation6000500018

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European Economic Area (EEA) and Norway Grants is a contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reducing economic and social disparities and to the strengthening of bilateral relations with 15 EU Member States (13 new Member States, Greece and Portugal). The Active Citizens Fund (ACF) in Lithuania financed by the EEA Grants in 2019-2024 will allocate EUR 9 million to the strengthening of civil society and empowering vulnerable groups.

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