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Small Grants of the International Visegrad Fund

THE INTERNATIONAL Visegrad Fund (IVF) supports projects in cultural cooperation, scientific exchange and research, education, exchanges between young people, cross-border cooperation and promotion of tourism. The maximum contribution allocated to each Small Grant project is up to €4,000.

THE INTERNATIONAL Visegrad Fund (IVF) supports projects in cultural cooperation, scientific exchange and research, education, exchanges between young people, cross-border cooperation and promotion of tourism. The maximum contribution allocated to each Small Grant project is up to €4,000.

The financial contribution cannot exceed 50 percent of the total project costs, including the in-kind contribution of the applicant or in-kind contributions of other co-financing subjects. The maximum time frame of the proposed budget is six months, even if the project is envisaged to last longer. Annual budget: €512,000. Deadline for proposals: June 1, 2008. Applications for the Small Grants must be submitted online at www.visegradfund.org/registration.html. For more information, see www.visegradfund.org/grants.html.
Source: International Visegrad Fund

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