Local authorities from Moldova, which are members of the EU-funded Mayors for Economic Growth (M4EG) initiative, can benefit from grants awarded by the European Union under a call to support the immediate response and long-term recovery of Moldovan local public authorities, including support to Ukrainian refugees, throughout 2022-2023.
Under this call, two types of projects will receive funding:
The deadline for applications is 23 December.
This call is being carried out under the Crisis Response and Renewal programme in Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova with a budget of €1.8 million, announced on 30 November.
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