As every single action matters in the fight against the impact of COVID-19, EUSDR PA10 would like to inform you that Interreg is reporting on 107 projects tagged with COVID-19 related measures in keep.eu. Keep.eu serves all professional audiences in need of aggregated data regarding projects and beneficiaries of European Union cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation programmes among the member States, and between member States and neighbouring or pre-accession countries. The Interact Programme, with the support of the European Commission and the remaining Interreg, Interreg IPA cross-border, ENPI/ENI, and IPA-IPA cross-border programmes, built this database and maintains it, as part of its mission.
Projects contributing to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 projects can be easily found by a simple text search term ‘covid’, which can also be combined with any other search criteria, if needed.
The identification of the projects has been done with strong support from programmes. The list of projects covers a variety of cooperation examples where Interreg, IPA CBC and ENI CBC activities have prepared fruitful grounds for efficient cooperation during a crisis and/or directly support tackling it. The examples vary from projects building support structures for the aging population at risk (e.g. CoAge project) to helping SMEs overcome the challenges brought about by the pandemic (e.g. WINET project for SMEs in wine industry and Made in Danube project for companies producing bioeconomic products). Many projects are dealing also directly with health issues, like for instance Your health matters! project helping hospitals in a cross-border region to exchange equipment to treat COVID-19 patients better, or the DigiPee project producing face masks by 3D printing.
If you hear of any projects that don’t yet carry the COVID-19 tag in keep.eu but would deserve to do so, please let Interact know.
- 107 projects tagged with COVID-19 related measures
- CoAge project
- WINET project
- Made in Danube project
- Your health matters! project
- Keep.eu support contact