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					                            Financial Mechanism Application Form - Part I


                                          EEA and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms 2009-14
                                        Programme proposal template - Statistical attachment
Contact Information of the Programme Operator
Name and contact details

  Contact type:                                                                        Programme Operator


  Entity/organisation Information:
                               Full legal name:




                     Full legal name in English:



                  Type of entity/organisation:


  Primary Contact Person:
                                                         Title            First Name                        Family Name
                                         Name:      Mrs
                                       Job title:
                                         Email:
            general entity/organization email:
                                                     Country              National
                                                      Code                Number
                                     Telephone:
                                        Mobile:


  Secondary Contact Person:
                                                         Title            First Name                        Family Name
                                         Name:      Mr
                                       Job title:
                                         Email:
                                                     Country              National
                                                      Code                Number
                                     Telephone:
                                        Mobile:


  Registered Address:
                                Address line 1:
                                Address line 2:
                                      Postcode:
                                           City:
                                       Country:



                                  Internet Site:

                                                     Country              National
                                                      Code                Number
                                 Switch board:
                                            Fax:


  Contact address (if different from above):
                                Address line 1:
                                Address line 2:
                                      Postcode:
                                           City:
                                       Country:




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                                                                            EEA and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms 2009-14
                                                                          Programme proposal template - Statistical attachment
1 Executive summary
     This section shall provide a short summary of the Programme proposal. Provide the executive summary both in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format) and below.

     An executive summary (between 1700 and 2000 characters) should be provided for the programme. The summaries will be reviewed by the FMO and made available on the EEA and Norway Grants online programme/project database (see:
     http://www.eeagrants.org/ ). The summaries should:
     • Contain a concise overview of the programme work package: its objective and its deliverables.
     • Include information on what outcomes are covered by the programme, the scope of the work within each outcome, the tools/methods that will be applied/developed, and how the tasks relate to the objectives of the action, etc.
     • Describe what target group(s) will be addressed, how target group will be involved and how they will benefit from the programme
     • Describe how the Donor Programme Partner(s) will contribute to the achievement of the programme’s goals
     When developing the information, be specific, be consistent, and pay close attention to detail.




2 Basic information
Provide basic Programme details to identify the Programme:
                                       Beneficiary State                                                     ---

     Title of the programme as stated in the MoU:

3 Relevance of the Programme - The Programme Operator shall complete this information in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
4 Programme motivation and justification - The Programme Operator shall complete this information in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).




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5 Programme objectives and indicators
      5.1 Objective of Programme (expected impact)
      The objective, expected outcome(s) and outputs are key elements in identifying the priorities of a Programme. For this reason, when a call is held (ref. section 3.14.3 of the Manual) the identified objective, outcome(s) and outputs will be a
      decisive factor in the Programme Operator’s selection of project proposals.



                  5.2 Programme area addressed and expected outcome(s)
      Please indicate the Programme Area and the expected outcome(s). This should be in line with information included in the relevant MoU
      The Programme’s expected outcome(s) represents the most important result level in Results based management methodology (RBM). The expected outcome(s) are the likely or achieved short-term and medium-term effects of the
      Programme. It is formulated to describe the positive situation that is expected to occur at the completion of the Programme. The expected outcome remains fixed over the Programme period.
      Some programmes might cover more than one programme area, thus it is necessary to attribute the correct expected outcome(s) to the relevant programme area(s) in the table below.

                       Programme Area                                                                                                                         Programme expected outcome
  Select the Programme area covered by the proposal from the drop down                                                         Select the expected outcome(s) of the Programme from the drop down list

  1                            ---                                           --- ---




  2                            ---                                            0 ---



  3                            ---                                            0 ---




  4                            ---                                            0 ---




  5                            ---                                            0 ---




  6                            ---                                            0 ---




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                 5.4 Indicators, verification and baselines
    When selecting indicators to verify the success of the Programme, it is important to select indicators that the Programme is likely to influence. For more information on indicators see Chapter 2 of the POM.

    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                   Expected Outcome                                                                           Indicators                                                         Baseline          Target            Source of verification
                                                              A list of standardised indicators has been developed and the Programme Operators are to select at least one
    This cell is populated automatically following the
                                                              standard indicator per outcome from the dropdown-menu below. The optional indicator(s) might be taken
    information inserted previously
                                                                                    from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.

                                                                                                          Standard Indicator


1                                                                                                                  ---


                                                                                                          Standard Indicator


                                                                                                                   ---


                                                                                                            Optional indicator
                                                              If the standard indicators are not sufficient/adequate for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the
                                                             Programme Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in Baseline           Target                Source of verification
                                                                                                          the Programme proposal.
                             ---




                                                                                                           Optional indicator




                                                                                                           Optional indicator




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for each expected outcome.                 Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output


1




2




3




4




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                   Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                           A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
    This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                           Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
    following the information inserted previously
                                                                    indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.
                                                                                                      Standard Indicator


2                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                      Standard Indicator

                                                                                                               ---


                                                                                                          Optional indicator
                                                           If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme
                                                                Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in the Baseline      Target                   Source of verification
                                                                                                           Programme proposal.
                            ---




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the second outcome.                    Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output


1




2




3




4




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                   Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                           A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
    This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                           Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
    following the information inserted previously
                                                                    indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.
                                                                                                      Standard Indicator


3                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                      Standard Indicator

                                                                                                               ---


                                                                                                          Optional indicator
                                                           If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme
                                                                Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in the Baseline      Target                   Source of verification
                                                                                                           Programme proposal.
                            ---




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                                       Page 8
    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the third outcome.                     Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output

1




2




3




4




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                   Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                           A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
    This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                           Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
    following the information inserted previously
                                                                    indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.
                                                                                                      Standard Indicator


4                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                      Standard Indicator

                                                                                                               ---


                                                                                                          Optional indicator
                                                           If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme
                                                                Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in the Baseline      Target                   Source of verification
                                                                                                           Programme proposal.
                            ---




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                                       Page 10
    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the fourth outcome.                    Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output


1




2




3




4




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                   Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                           A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
    This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                           Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
    following the information inserted previously
                                                                    indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.
                                                                                                      Standard Indicator


5                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                      Standard Indicator

                                                                                                               ---


                                                                                                          Optional indicator
                                                           If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme
                                                                Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in the Baseline      Target                   Source of verification
                                                                                                           Programme proposal.
                            ---




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                                       Page 12
    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the fifth outcome.                     Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output


1




2




3




4




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                   Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                           A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
    This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                           Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
    following the information inserted previously
                                                                    indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.

                                                                                                      Standard Indicator


6                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                      Standard Indicator

                                                                                                               ---


                                                                                                          Optional indicator
                                                           If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme
                                                                Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in the Baseline      Target                   Source of verification
                                                                                                           Programme proposal.
                            ---




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the sixth outcome.                     Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output

1




2




3




4




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
                   Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                           A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
    This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                           Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
    following the information inserted previously
                                                                    indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.
                                                                                                      Standard Indicator


7                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                      Standard Indicator

                                                                                                               ---


                                                                                                          Optional indicator
                                                           If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme Baseline        Target                   Source of verification

                            ---


                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                                       Page 16
    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the seventh outcome.                   Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output

1




2




3




4




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
                   Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                           A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
    This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                           Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
    following the information inserted previously
                                                                    indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.

                                                                                                      Standard Indicator


8                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                      Standard Indicator

                                                                                                               ---


                                                                                                          Optional indicator
                                                           If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme
                                                                Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in the Baseline      Target                   Source of verification
                                                                                                           Programme proposal.
                            ---




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the 8th outcome.                       Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output


1




2




3




4




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                   Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                           A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
    This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                           Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
    following the information inserted previously
                                                                    indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.

                                                                                                      Standard Indicator


9                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                      Standard Indicator

                                                                                                               ---


                                                                                                          Optional indicator
                                                           If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme
                                                                Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in the Baseline      Target                   Source of verification
                                                                                                           Programme proposal.
                            ---




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                       Optional indicator




                                                                                                                       Page 20
    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the 9th outcome.                       Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output

1




2




3




4




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     Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
     Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
     why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                    Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                            A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
     This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                            Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
     following the information inserted previously
                                                                     indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.

                                                                                                       Standard Indicator


10                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                       Standard Indicator

                                                                                                                ---


                                                                                                           Optional indicator
                                                            If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme
                                                                 Operator must identify other suitable quantitative and/or qualitative indicators and justify these in the Baseline      Target                   Source of verification
                                                                                                            Programme proposal.
                             ---




                                                                                                        Optional indicator




                                                                                                        Optional indicator




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the 10th outcome.                      Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output



1




2




3




4




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     Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
     Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
                    Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                            A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
     This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                            Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
     following the information inserted previously
                                                                     indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.
                                                                                                       Standard Indicator


11                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                       Standard Indicator

                                                                                                                ---


                                                                                                           Optional indicator
                                                            If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme Baseline        Target                   Source of verification

                             ---


                                                                                                        Optional indicator




                                                                                                        Optional indicator




                                                                                                                        Page 24
    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the 11th outcome.                      Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output

1




2




3




4




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     Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
     Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
     why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme.
                    Expected Outcome                                                                       Indicators                                                       Baseline         Target              Source of verification
                                                            A list of standardised indicators has been developed and is available in drop-down menus below. Programme
     This drop down cell is populated automatically
                                                            Operators are to select at least one standard indicator per outcome from the drop-down menus. The optional
     following the information inserted previously
                                                                     indicator(s) might be taken from the standardised list, or defined by the Programme Operator.
                                                                                                       Standard Indicator


12                                                                                                              ---


                                                                                                       Standard Indicator

                                                                                                                ---


                                                                                                           Optional indicator
                                                            If the standard indicators are not sufficient for measuring the achievements of the Programme, the Programme Baseline        Target                   Source of verification

                             ---


                                                                                                        Optional indicator




                                                                                                        Optional indicator




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    Indicators for Programme expected outcomes
    Define the necessary number of indicators, including baseline and target values and the source(s) of verification per outcome that objectively measure when and whether the Programme is making progress towards the outcome. Describe
    why and how each indicator was chosen for the Programme in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
    5.3 Programme outputs                                                                       Indicators for Programme expected outputs                                Baseline       Target                  Source of verification
    Define at least 2 Programme outputs for the 12th outcome.                      Programme Operators shall identify one indicator for each programme output

1




2




3




4




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6 Target groups of the Programme
      Identify target groups for each outcome. Describe also how the target groups are being consulted during planning and
                                                                                                                                                                Target Groups
      implementation in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
                                                                        Outcome                                                    drop down menu      drop down menu           If other, please specify

  1                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu


  2                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu


  3                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu

  4                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu


  5                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu

  6                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu


  7                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu


  8                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu


  9                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu


 10                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu

 11                                                               ---

                                                                        Outcome                                                       drop down menu   drop down menu


 12                                                               ---




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7 Risk and uncertainty

Identify and assess the relevant risk factors that may affect the achievement of the Programme expected outcome(s). The Programme proposal shall include a risk mitigation plan in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).

8.1 Donor programme partner(s)
Programmes may be prepared and implemented in cooperation between one or more legal entities in the Beneficiary State and one or more legal entities in the Donor State(s).
Information about the Donor programme partner (name, contact details) shall be provided in the Contact Info excel sheet.
Describe below the partner’s involvement in the development of the Programme proposal. If the Programme Operator has previously cooperated with the Donor programme partner, this must be stated in the Programme proposal template
(MS Word format).
8.2 Donor partnership projects
The Programme Operator shall within each Programme set aside not less than 1.5 % of the eligible expenditure of the Programme for:

a) search for project partners from the Donors State(s) prior to or during the preparation of a project application, the development of such partnerships, and the preparation of applications for Donor partnership projects; and/or

b) networking, exchange, sharing and transfer of knowledge, technology, experience and best practices between Project Promoters and entities in the Donor State(s).
The Programme Operator shall in the drop down menu state which of the measures (a) and (b) above it intends to make use of.
If the programme operator intends to use measures (a) and (b), he/she should indicate below the percentage of money for each measures
                                                              Measure A
                                                              Measure B
                                                                                                 0.0%
9 Pre-defined projects
Identify and justify any planned pre-defined projects and describe how they will contribute to the relevant Outcome in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).

Please, complete additionally one project overview information form for each pre-defined project
10 Small grant schemes
Does this programme have Small Grant Schemes?                                              (Yes/No)

If yes, identify and justify any planned small grant scheme(s) (ref. Article 5.6 of the Regulations) and describe how they will contribute to the relevant outcome as a separate output in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).

11 Cross‐cutting issues
Describe the specific measures that have been put in place to ensure that the principles of good governance are integrated in the planning and implementation of the Programme, as well as projects in the Programme proposal template (MS
Word format).
12 Project monitoring by the Programme Operator
Justify the methodology for monitoring of projects under a Programme as set out in subparagraph (f) of Article 4.7.1 of the Regulations and the principles described in Chapter 5 of the POM in the Programme proposal template (MS Word
format).
13 Information and publicity
Include a Communication Plan, in accordance with the Article 4.7.2 of the Regulations, and the Information and Publicity Requirements in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).




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     14 Management
     14.1 Management structure
     Programme Operators shall describe the Programme Management Structure in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).

     The Programme Operator of a Donor partnership programme shall establish a Cooperation Committee. The composition of the committee is described in Article 3.3 of the Regulations. The purpose of the Cooperation Committee is to
     establish a formal meeting place for the Programme partner when preparing and implementing the Programme. If a Cooperation Committee is to be established for the Programme, the operator shall describe the foreseen establishment and
     functioning of this within the Programme.

     If relevant, list the cooperation committee members and functions in the table below.
no. Title         Name                                     Surname                                Name of the Institution               Body represented     Function
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

     14.2 Timeline
     A timeline shall be provided showing all major steps in the implementation of the Programme.
                                                                                                                            month               year                                    month            year

                                                                                                   Planned start:                                                 Planned end:
     Programme Operator shall describe the launch of the Programme, preparation of call(s), launch of the call(s), completion of the selection of projects, reporting cycles, information activities, involvement of entities in the Donor State(s), etc.
     Authors shall use text and charts to present this information in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).




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14.3 Calls
This information must include the number of calls and their detailed planned timing, as well as the indicative amount being made available in each call. Any differences between calls in terms of objectives, eligible applicants, etc, shall be
highlighted. The Programme Operator shall also explain the methods of publicity planned for the calls. The calls shall be widely publicised with a view to reach all potential applicants. Any limitation on the publication shall be justified in the
Programme proposal template (MS Word format).
The Programme Operator shall identify the planned number of calls, and the amounts foreseen for each planned call. The Programme Operator shall also provide the planned start and end dates for the launch of the call, keeping in mind that
this period must be at least 2 months. The planned start and end dates for the selection of proposals shall also be provided. Normally, the start date of the selection period will be the day following the end of the open call publication period,
and the end date is the date of the notification of the winning proposals.
                                                                                                                                          Open call publication period                   Selection Period
                                                                                              Indicative amount per outcome in
    No.                                  Programme Outcomes                                                                          Planned start date    Planned end date      Planned start     Planned end
                                                                                                        this call in Euro
                                                                                                                                         (mm/yy)               (mm/yy)               date              date
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     The minimum and maximum grant amounts for projects within the Programme shall be defined, as shall the grant rates at the project level. Eligible applicants shall also be defined. Any restrictions placed on eligibility of applicants and/or
     project partners shall be justified. If civil society or small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are encouraged to apply, this should be stated. Refer to Article 6.3 of the Regulations for more details on calls for proposals. Calls that are open to
     applications for cross-border projects, and/or international organisations should specifically state so.
 1 Outcome                                                                                                                             ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
 2   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
 3   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
 4   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
 5   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
 6   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
 7   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
 8   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
 9   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
10   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
11   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
12   Outcome                                                                                                                           ---
     Grant amount at project level                                               Duration of the project                                                       Co-financing:
     Maximum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Maximum duration (in months)                                                  Grant from the Programme will not exceed                                 eligible costs.
     Minimum grant amount in Euro                            €                 - Minimum duration (in months)                                                  The remaining costs of the project shall be provided or obtained by the end-recipient.
     14.4 Project selection
     The Programme Operator shall provide a step-by-step description of the selection processes and procedures (ref. Chapter 6 of the Regulations for further details) in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).

     14.5 Financial management
     The Programme Operator shall be responsible for the financial management of the Programme in accordance with the Regulations and the relevant country-specific MoU and shall explain in the Programme proposal template (MS Word
     format).
     14.6 Modification of projects
     Explain the procedures envisaged to handle project modifications in the Programme proposal template (MS Word format).




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15 BUDGET
Total programme funding. A budget for the Programme shall be provided by the Programme Operator. All amounts set out in the budget shall be shown in euro. The amounts shall be rounded to the nearest euro.
                                                                                                                                                                                         The values in the cells in pink are calculated             Do not write in
       15.1 Budget headings
                                                                                                                                                                                                         automatically                                pink cells
       Complete the budget tables below. Provide justifications as specified in the POM (see section 3.15 Budget and Finance) in the
                                                                                                                                                                   Eligible expenditure                                      Non-eligible
       Programme proposal template (MS Word format).                                                                                                                                                                                            Total expenditure
                                                                                                                                                                National co-                                                 expenditure
                                                                                                                                           EEA/Norway                                  Total eligible expenditure                                  (e)=(c )+(d)
       Requested Programme grant rate (in %):                                                                                                                    financing                                                       (d)
                                                                                                                                               (a)                                            (c )=(a) +(b)
                                                                                                                                                                     (b)
                                                                                                                                               (€)                  (€)                   (€)                %                   (€)                      (€)
                                                          Programme management                                                         €                -   €              1.00 €                1.00         100.00%    €                  -   €               1.00


   1                                                                 ---                                                               €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



   2                                                                 ---                                                               €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



   3                                                                 ---                                                               €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



   4                                                                 ---                                                               €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



   5                                                                 ---                                                               €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



   6                                                                                                                                   €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



   7                                                                                                                                   €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



   8                                                                                                                                   €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



   9                                                                                                                                   €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



  10                                                                                                                                   €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



  11                                                                                                                                   €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -



  12                                                                                                                                   €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -


                                                         Fund for bilateral relations                                                  €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -

                                                           Complementary action                                                        €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -

                                                    Preparation of Programme proposal                                                  €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -

                                                      Reserve for exchange rate losses                                                 €                -   €                  -   €               -             0.00%   €                  -   €                 -

                                                                    Total                                                              €                ‐   €              1.00 €                1.00         100.00%    €                  ‐   €               1.00




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     Annual breakdown of the EEA and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms contribution
                                       Budget heading                                  2011         2012               2013         2014         2015         2016         2017           Total

                                  Programme management                             €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -


 1                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



 2                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



 3                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



 4                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



 5                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



 6                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



 7                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



 8                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



 9                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



10                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



11                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -



12                                            ---                                  €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -


                                 Funds for bilateral relations                     €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -

                                   Complementary action                            €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -

                             Preparation of Programme proposal                     €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -

                               Reserve for exchange rate losses                    €          - €              - €            - €          - €          - €          - €          -   €           -

                                                                                                                                                                                      €           -
                                            TOTAL                                  €          ‐ €              ‐   €          ‐ €          ‐ €          ‐ €          ‐ €          ‐




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Detailed budget for the management costs of the Programme Operator
                                     Cost category                        2011                2012                2013                2014           2015           2016           2017           Total

                      Preparation of Programme implementation         €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                            Project appraisal and selection           €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                   Payment claim verification, transfer of payments   €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                                Monitoring of projects                €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                    Audits and on-the-spot verification of projects   €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                              Promotion and information               €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                     Reporting to donors and national authorities     €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                    Establishment and operation of bank accounts      €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                                         Overheads                    €           -       €              -   €                -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €          -   €           -

                                           Total                      €           ‐       €              ‐   €                ‐   €          ‐   €          ‐   €          ‐   €          ‐   €           -


Detailed budget for preparation of Programme proposal
                            Cost category                                 Units                                  Amount (€)
             Salaries of staff of the Programme Operator                              €              -       €            -
                  Travel and subsistence allowance                                    €              -       €            -
               Feasibility studies, including expert fees                             €              -       €            -
                           Translation costs                                          €              -       €            -
           Preparation for public procurement and state aid                           €              -       €            -
                         Public consultation                                          €              -       €            -

                                 Total                                                                       €            -




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     15.2 Advance payment
     The Programme Operator may receive an advance payment in accordance with Article 8.2 of the Regulations. The amount of the advance shall be calculated as the financial mechanism’s share of justified estimated Programme expenditure
     for up to two full reporting periods, i.e. for up to between 4 and 8 months from the first date of eligibility of the Programme. The advance payment requested shall be broken down per budget heading and a justification shall be provided.
                                                                                                                                          Advance
                                                                                                                                         requested
                                                                                                                                            (€)

                                                       Programme management                                                          €               -


 1                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


 2                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


 3                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


 4                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


 5                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


 6                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


 7                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


 8                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


 9                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


10                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


11                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


12                                                                 ---                                                               €               -


                                                       Fund for bilateral relations                                                  €               -

                                                         Complementary action                                                        €               -

                                                  Preparation of Programme proposal                                                  €               -

                                                    Reserve for exchange rate losses                                                 €               -


                                                                  Total                                                              €               -




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Programme Area & Number Outcome                                                    Indicator

PA01 Integrated Marine and   More integrated management of marine and inland       Number of marine strategies updated/developed, c.f. MSFD Article 5
Inland Water Management      water resources
PA01 Integrated Marine and   More integrated management of marine and inland       Number of programme of measures designed/updated/reviewed, c.f. MSFD Article
Inland Water Management      water resources                                       5/WFD Article 11
PA01 Integrated Marine and   More integrated management of marine and inland       Number of River Basin Districts that have established cross-sectorial arenas for river
Inland Water Management      water resources                                       basin management plans (RBMP) development and policy integration
PA01 Integrated Marine and   Established environmental targets and                 Number of environmental targets established, c.f. MSFD Article 5
Inland Water Management      management plans for marine and inland waters
PA01 Integrated Marine and   Established environmental targets and                 Number of river basin management plans updated/developed, c.f. WFD Article 13
Inland Water Management      management plans for marine and inland waters
PA01 Integrated Marine and   Improved water management infrastructure              Number of River Basin Districts that have established cross-sectorial arenas for river
Inland Water Management                                                            basin management plans (RBMP) development and policy integration
PA01 Integrated Marine and   Improved monitoring of marine waters                  Number of environmental monitoring programmes implemented
Inland Water Management
PA01 Integrated Marine and   Increased capacity for assessing and predicting       Number of water quality criteria systems established
Inland Water Management      environmental status in marine and inland waters
PA01 Integrated Marine and   Increased capacity for assessing and predicting       Number water catchment models developed
Inland Water Management      environmental status in marine and inland waters
PA01 Integrated Marine and   Increased awareness of and education in
Inland Water Management      integrated marine and inland water management
PA02 Biodiversity and        Increased capacity to manage and monitor Natura       Number of management plans for Natura 2000 areas created
Ecosystem Services           2000 sites effectively
PA02 Biodiversity and        Increased capacity to manage and monitor Natura       Number of management plans for Natura 2000 areas created, improved and/or
Ecosystem Services           2000 sites effectively                                implemented
PA02 Biodiversity and        Increased capacity to manage and monitor Natura       Number of management plans for Natura 2000 areas implemented
Ecosystem Services           2000 sites effectively
PA02 Biodiversity and        Increased capacity to manage and monitor Natura       Number of management plans for Natura 2000 areas improved
Ecosystem Services           2000 sites effectively
PA02 Biodiversity and        Avoided fragmentation of ecosystems                   Area of green corridor(s) established in km2
Ecosystem Services
PA02 Biodiversity and        Avoided fragmentation of ecosystems                   Number of environmental monitoring programmes implemented
Ecosystem Services
PA02 Biodiversity and        Avoided fragmentation of ecosystems                   Wetlands protected/reclaimed in km2
Ecosystem Services
PA02 Biodiversity and        Increased protection of Natura 2000 sites against     Area of buffer zone(s) established in km2
Ecosystem Services           external disruptive influences through the
PA02 Biodiversity and        Increased protection of native ecosystems against     Number of preventive actions towards invasive alien species
Ecosystem Services           invasive alien species
PA02 Biodiversity and        Increased awareness of and education in
Ecosystem Services           biodiversity and ecosystem services, including
PA02 Biodiversity and        Improved integration of biodiversity                  Number of sectors with increased reporting on biodiversity and ecosystem services
Ecosystem Services           considerations in sectoral policies and legislation   indicators
PA02 Biodiversity and        Increased capacity within environmental NGOs
Ecosystem Services           promoting biodiversity
PA03 Environmental           Strengthened capacity of environmental                Number of new and revised environmental permits issued in accordance with the
Monitoring and Integrated    authorities in relation to integrated planning and    IPPC Directive
PA03 Environmental           Strengthened capacity of environmental                Number of new sectors with regular risk based inspections in line with the IPPC
Monitoring and Integrated    authorities in relation to integrated planning and    directive
PA03 Environmental           Strengthened capacity of environmental                Number of systems for risk-based inspections developed/supported/enhanced
Monitoring and Integrated    authorities in relation to integrated planning and
PA03 Environmental           Improved environmental information on impact,         No of deviations from environmental permits per annum/(area/sector)
Monitoring and Integrated    status and trends
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PA03 Environmental           Improved environmental information on impact,       Number of environmental monitoring programmes implemented
Monitoring and Integrated    status and trends
PA03 Environmental           Improved environmental information on impact,       Number of parcels of ownership registered in digital immovable property rights
Monitoring and Integrated    status and trends                                   registers
PA03 Environmental           Increased exchange of information on                Number of public authorities that link their spatial datasets to the INSPIRE network
Monitoring and Integrated    environmental impact, status and trends between
PA03 Environmental           Increased awareness of and education in
Monitoring and Integrated    environmental monitoring and integrated planning
PA04 Reduction of            Strengthened capacity to enforce and implement      Number of enquires answered by the REACH help-desks annually
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   EU chemicals and hazardous waste legislation
PA04 Reduction of            Strengthened capacity to enforce and implement      Number of national REACH help-desks supported/enhanced
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   EU chemicals and hazardous waste legislation
PA04 Reduction of            Increased industry compliance with EU chemicals     Number of deviations in permits in industries related to EU chemicals and hazardous
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   and hazardous waste legislation                     waste legislation
PA04 Reduction of            Developed strategies for authorities’ management    Number of national strategies for management of hazardous waste developed
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   of hazardous waste
PA04 Reduction of            Improved monitoring of hazardous substances in      Number of environmental monitoring programmes implemented
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   the environment
PA04 Reduction of            Improved monitoring of hazardous substances in      Number of new hazardous substances monitored regularly in environment
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   the environment
PA04 Reduction of            Improved monitoring of hazardous substances in      Number of targeted industries with EMS systems
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   the environment
PA04 Reduction of            Hazardous waste managed in an environmentally
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   sound manner
PA04 Reduction of            Increased awareness of and education in
Hazardous PA04 - Reduction   hazardous substances
PA05 Energy Efficiency       Improved energy efficiency in buildings             Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year

PA05 Energy Efficiency       Improved energy efficiency in buildings             Estimated energy saved in MWh/year

PA05 Energy Efficiency       Improved energy efficiency in buildings             Estimated NOx reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year

PA05 Energy Efficiency       Improved energy efficiency in buildings             Estimated PMx reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year

PA05 Energy Efficiency       Improved energy efficiency in buildings             Estimated SO2 reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year

PA05 Energy Efficiency       Improved energy efficiency in buildings

PA05 Energy Efficiency       Increased energy efficiency in industry and the     Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
                             transport sector
PA05 Energy Efficiency       Increased energy efficiency in industry and the     Estimated energy saved in MWh/year
                             transport sector
PA05 Energy Efficiency       Increased energy efficiency in industry and the     Estimated NOx reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
                             transport sector
PA05 Energy Efficiency       Increased energy efficiency in industry and the     Estimated PMx reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
                             transport sector
PA05 Energy Efficiency       Increased energy efficiency in industry and the     Estimated SO2 reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
                             transport sector
PA05 Energy Efficiency       Increased utilisation of excess heat                Estimated energy saved in MWh/year

PA05 Energy Efficiency       Improved capacity at national, regional and local   Number of enterprises that have applied an environmental management system
                             level to undertake energy-efficiency measures
PA05 Energy Efficiency       Increased awareness of and education in energy
                             efficiency
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PA06 Renewable Energy        A less carbon-dependent economy                     Estimated renewable energy production (heat and electricity) in MWh/year

PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased renewable energy production               Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year

PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased renewable energy production               Estimated NOx reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year

PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased renewable energy production               Estimated PMx reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year

PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased renewable energy production               Estimated renewable energy production (heat and electricity) in MWh/year

PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased renewable energy production               Estimated SO2 reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year

PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased use of renewable energy in the            Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
                             transport sector
PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased use of renewable energy in the            Estimated NOx reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
                             transport sector
PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased use of renewable energy in the            Estimated PMx reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
                             transport sector
PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased use of renewable energy in the            Estimated SO2 reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
                             transport sector
PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased feed-in of renewable energy to existing
                             energy infrastructures
PA06 Renewable Energy        Developed strategies to improve the use of green    Number of green investment schemes developed
                             investment schemes
PA06 Renewable Energy        Improved capacity at national, regional and local   Number of green investment schemes developed
                             level on renewable energy solutions
PA06 Renewable Energy        Increased awareness of and education in
                             renewable energy solutions
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Developed systems for information exchange on
Change                       climate change adaptation
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Developed strategies and measures for adapting      Number of adaptation strategies developed at national level
Change                       to a changing climate
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Developed strategies and measures for adapting      Number of adaptation strategies developed at regional and local level
Change                       to a changing climate
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Developed strategies and measures for adapting      Number of strategies where ecosystem resilience is incorporated at national level
Change                       to a changing climate
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Developed strategies and measures for adapting      Number of strategies where ecosystem resilience is incorporated at regional and local
Change                       to a changing climate                               level
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Increased capacity to assess vulnerability to       Area of green corridor(s) established in km2
Change                       climate change
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Increased capacity to assess vulnerability to       Ecosystems protected/reclaimed to avoid extreme natural events in km2
Change                       climate change
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Increased capacity to assess vulnerability to       Number of contingency systems established
Change                       climate change
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Increased capacity to assess vulnerability to       Number of infrastructure measures put in place to avoid extreme natural events
Change                       climate change
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Increased capacity to assess vulnerability to       Number of strategies to avoid extreme natural events developed
Change                       climate change
PA07 Adaptation to Climate   Increased awareness of and education in climate
Change                       change adaptation
PA08 Maritime Sector         Measures taken to reduce greenhouse gas             Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
                             emissions in the shipping sector
PA08 Maritime Sector         Measures taken to reduce greenhouse gas             Estimated NOx reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
                             emissions in the shipping sector
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PA08 Maritime Sector         Measures taken to reduce greenhouse gas            Estimated PMx reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
                             emissions in the shipping sector
PA08 Maritime Sector         Measures taken to reduce greenhouse gas            Estimated SO2 reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
                             emissions in the shipping sector
PA08 Maritime Sector         Measures taken to reduce greenhouse gas            Number of enterprises that have applied an environmental management system
                             emissions in the shipping sector
PA08 Maritime Sector         Measures taken to reduce greenhouse gas            Number of more energy efficient ships
                             emissions in the shipping sector
PA08 Maritime Sector         Strengthened capacity of relevant authorities to
                             implement climate change-related policy elements
PA08 Maritime Sector         Increased awareness of and education in how to
                             reduce emissions from ships
PA09 Environmental and       Increased national and international knowledge     Number of environmental technologies improved/developed
Climate Change-related       base of the EEA programme areas on environment
PA09 Environmental and       Increased development and application of           Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Climate Change-related       technology that benefits the environment
PA09 Environmental and       Increased development and application of           Estimated energy saved in MWh/year
Climate Change-related       technology that benefits the environment
PA09 Environmental and       Increased development and application of           Estimated hazardous waste reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Climate Change-related       technology that benefits the environment
PA09 Environmental and       Increased development and application of           Estimated NOx reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
Climate Change-related       technology that benefits the environment
PA09 Environmental and       Increased development and application of           Estimated SO2 reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
Climate Change-related       technology that benefits the environment
PA09 Environmental and       Increased development and application of           Estimated waste reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Climate Change-related       technology that benefits the environment
PA09 Environmental and       Increased development and application of           Number of environmental technologies applied
Climate Change-related       technology that benefits the environment
PA09 Environmental and       Increased development and application of           Number of environmental technologies improved/developed
Climate Change-related       technology that benefits the environment
PA10 Funds for Non-          Active citizenship fostered                        Number of established civil dialogue mechanisms
Governmental Organisations
PA10 Funds for Non-          Active citizenship fostered                        Number of people from vulnerable groups (e.g. Roma, people with disabilities;
Governmental Organisations                                                      disadvantaged youth etc) benefiting from improved access to social servives,
PA10 Funds for Non-          Active citizenship fostered                        Number of persons engaged on a regular basis in volunteering with NGOs
Governmental Organisations
PA10 Funds for Non-          Active citizenship fostered                        Number of NGOs reporting increase in membership of their organization and
Governmental Organisations                                                      increased outreach to citizens
PA10 Funds for Non-          Active citizenship fostered                        Number of citizens participating in NGO activities
Governmental Organisations
PA10 Funds for Non-          Active citizenship fostered                        Number of public/NGO consultations organized
Governmental Organisations
PA10 Funds for Non-          Active citizenship fostered                        Number of established civil dialogue mechanisms
Governmental Organisations
PA10 Funds for Non-          Active citizenship fostered                        Evidence of increased local citizen engagement in citizen action organized by NGOs
Governmental Organisations                                                      E.g. petitions signed; letters written; councilors and MPs contacted; meetings
PA10 Funds for Non-          Increased involvement of NGOs in policy and        Number of national/local NGO coalitions and platforms newly created
Governmental Organisations   decision-making processes with local, regional
PA10 Funds for Non-          Increased involvement of NGOs in policy and        Number of public/NGO consultations organized
Governmental Organisations   decision-making processes with local, regional
PA10 Funds for Non-          Increased involvement of NGOs in policy and        Number of NGOs reporting increased engagement in policy and decision-making with
Governmental Organisations   decision-making processes with local, regional     local, regional and national governments (in line with Council of Europe Guidelines on
PA10 Funds for Non-          Increased involvement of NGOs in policy and        Reported changes in attitudes on the part of local authorities to NGOs (increased
Governmental Organisations   decision-making processes with local, regional     understanding, willingness to work more closely with them etc)
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PA10 Funds for Non-          Cross-sectoral partnerships developed,          Number of formal cross-sectoral partnerships facilitating participation of NGOs with
Governmental Organisations   particularly with government organisations at   public authorities
PA10 Funds for Non-          Cross-sectoral partnerships developed,          Number of NGO peer reviews
Governmental Organisations   particularly with government organisations at
PA10 Funds for Non-          Cross-sectoral partnerships developed,          Number of partnership activities between NGOs and media
Governmental Organisations   particularly with government organisations at
PA10 Funds for Non-          Cross-sectoral partnerships developed,          Number of NGOs engaged in activities in partnership with local authorities and state
Governmental Organisations   particularly with government organisations at   institutions, including number of established civil dialogue mechanisms
PA10 Funds for Non-          Democratic values, including human rights,      Number of NGOs which secure access to citizens rights/redress
Governmental Organisations   promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Democratic values, including human rights,      Number of NGOs including human rights issues and promotion in their work plans and
Governmental Organisations   promoted                                        activities
PA10 Funds for Non-          Democratic values, including human rights,      Number of citizens who secure access to rights/redress through the work of NGOs
Governmental Organisations   promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Democratic values, including human rights,      Numbers of NGOs whose work is focused on minority groups. E.g minority ethnic
Governmental Organisations   promoted                                        groups including Roma people, refugees and asylum seekers; women and gay and
PA10 Funds for Non-          Democratic values, including human rights,      Numbers of cases/ appeals taken by NGOs to tribunals, and courts ( including
Governmental Organisations   promoted                                        international)
PA10 Funds for Non-          Democratic values, including human rights,      Evidence of NGOs policies and practices reflecting democratic values
Governmental Organisations   promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Democratic values, including human rights,      Numbers of NGOs committed to NGO Codes of Practice and ethics
Governmental Organisations   promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Advocacy and watchdog role developed            Number of legislation/policy initiatives and practices addressed by NGOs
Governmental Organisations
PA10 Funds for Non-          Advocacy and watchdog role developed            Number of laws, policies and practices changed or improved as a consequence of
Governmental Organisations                                                   NGO advocacy activities
PA10 Funds for Non-          Advocacy and watchdog role developed            Number of NGOs able to demonstrate increased capacity to monitor and engage with
Governmental Organisations                                                   national, regional and local authorities on policy and practice issues, including public
PA10 Funds for Non-          Developed networks and coalitions of NGOs       Number of smaller/grassroots organisations engaged in working in partnership with
Governmental Organisations   working in partnership                          larger NGOs
PA10 Funds for Non-          Developed networks and coalitions of NGOs       Number of NGO networks/platforms/coalitions established and active
Governmental Organisations   working in partnership
PA10 Funds for Non-          Developed networks and coalitions of NGOs       Changes in attitudes in NGO sector towards co-operation, and the development and
Governmental Organisations   working in partnership                          sustainability of platforms etc
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Number of new NGOs established
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Number of new smaller/grassroots organisations broadening their scope of work
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Number of smaller/grass roots organisations demonstrating increased capabilities in
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted             relation to sustainability and extension of activities
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Number of pieces of legislation developed and enacted improving the legal and fiscal
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted             environment for NGOs
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Reported changes in attitudes on the part of regional and national governments and
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted             local authorities to NGOs (increased understanding, willingness to work more closely
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Development of government/NGO agreements or protocols on relationship
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Number of NGOs achieving new sources of funding
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Number of NGOs developing income generation activities to sustain their core work
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Changes in the reported professionalism of NGOs
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted             • Number of NGO work-programmes developed with clear aims and outcomes linked
PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling   Number of new smaller/grassroots organisations established
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted
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PA10 Funds for Non-          Strengthened capacity of NGOs and an enabling         Number of workshops and experience exchange events for good practice and
Governmental Organisations   environment for the sector promoted                   learning transfer
PA10 Funds for Non-          Increased contribution to sustainable development     Number of NGOs having developed strategic sustainability plans
Governmental Organisations   achieved
PA10 Funds for Non-          Increased contribution to sustainable development     Numbers of NGO projects that both contribute towards sustainable development
Governmental Organisations   achieved                                              locally, regionally or nationally and engage local citizens
PA10 Funds for Non-          Provision of welfare and basic services to defined    Number of improved accessible social services available for disadvantaged groups
Governmental Organisations   target groups increased
PA10 Funds for Non-          Provision of welfare and basic services to defined    Number of new basic and welfare services created to meet needs of defined target
Governmental Organisations   target groups increased                               groups
PA10 Funds for Non-          Provision of welfare and basic services to defined    Number of individuals reporting increased access to welfare/social services that are
Governmental Organisations   target groups increased                               responsive to their needs (M/F)
PA10 Funds for Non-          Provision of welfare and basic services to defined    Number of beneficiaries accessing basic services in deprived / disadvantaged areas
Governmental Organisations   target groups increased
PA10 Funds for Non-          Provision of welfare and basic services to defined    Number of NGOs providing basic and welfare services who take at least annual
Governmental Organisations   target groups increased                               feedback from beneficiaries
PA10 Funds for Non-          Empowerment of vulnerable groups                      Number of beneficiaries involved in the strategic planning and implementation of
Governmental Organisations                                                         activities
PA10 Funds for Non-          Empowerment of vulnerable groups                      Number of NGOs providing basic and welfare services who take at least six monthly
Governmental Organisations                                                         feedback from beneficiaries
PA11 Children and Youth at   Laws, policies and measures in the field of           Number of newly developed and/or enforced child-centred legislation
Risk                         children’s and youth rights, as enshrined in
PA11 Children and Youth at   Laws, policies and measures in the field of           Number of laws, policies and practices developed/improved as a consequence of
Risk                         children’s and youth rights, as enshrined in          stakeholders’ actions
PA11 Children and Youth at   Quality of child welfare systems and protection       Number of established and operational consultative mechanisms involving children
Risk                         measures effectively improved, relaying the views     and youth and other stakeholders
PA11 Children and Youth at   Quality of child welfare systems and protection       Number of newly created children and youth protection public
Risk                         measures effectively improved, relaying the views     institutions/structures/bodies with clear operational procedures in place (e.g. National
PA11 Children and Youth at   Effective and efficient measures addressing           Number of measures addressing the needs of vulnerable groups of children and youth
Risk                         vulnerable groups of children and youth facing        facing particular risks
PA11 Children and Youth at   Effective and efficient measures addressing           Number of regions with established and operational community based programmes
Risk                         vulnerable groups of children and youth facing        addressing specific needs of vulnerable groups of children and youth
PA11 Children and Youth at   Instances of violence, abuse and exploitation         Number of children and youth in selected/geographical regions who grow up in family
Risk                         against children and youth prevented and tackled      environments that are increasingly free from violence, abuse and exploitation (data
PA11 Children and Youth at   Instances of violence, abuse and exploitation         Number of children and youth who have reported that they have been victims of
Risk                         against children and youth prevented and tackled      violence at home or in school during the last 12 months in the selected
PA11 Children and Youth at   Instances of violence, abuse and exploitation         Number of children and youth who have reported that they have been victims of
Risk                         against children and youth prevented and tackled      violence at home or in school during the last 12 months in the selected
PA11 Children and Youth at   Instances of violence, abuse and exploitation         Proportion of adults who accept corporal punishment as means of discipline/education
Risk                         against children and youth prevented and tackled
PA11 Children and Youth at   Health and social care services provided to ensure    Number of carried out studies aimed to assess the quality of health services and
Risk                         equal access for children and youth                   social care provision for children and youth at risk (data collected by ad hoc survey)
PA11 Children and Youth at   Health and social care services provided to ensure    Number of new developed and implemented health and/or social care services for
Risk                         equal access for children and youth                   children and youth
PA11 Children and Youth at   Health and social care services provided to ensure    Number of newly developed and implemented health and/or social care services for
Risk                         equal access for children and youth                   children and youth
PA11 Children and Youth at   Policies and standards of intervention in the field   Number of measures aimed to enforce restorative justice approach to juvenile justice
Risk                         of juvenile justice developed and implemented in
PA11 Children and Youth at   Policies and standards of intervention in the field   Number of newly developed and/or enforced legislation aimed to meet international
Risk                         of juvenile justice developed and implemented in      standards related to children in conflict with the law
PA11 Children and Youth at   Policies and standards of intervention in the field   Number of training courses in the field of juvenile justice
Risk                         of juvenile justice developed and implemented in
PA11 Children and Youth at   Policies and standards of intervention in the field   Number of young offenders directly benefiting re-integration society activities
Risk                         of juvenile justice developed and implemented in
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PA11 Children and Youth at       Policies and standards of intervention in the field    Changes in professionals’ qualifications in the field of juvenile justice
Risk                             of juvenile justice developed and implemented in
PA11 Children and Youth at       Policies and standards of intervention in the field    Use of child and youth-friendly and gender appropriate investigation, legal procedures
Risk                             of juvenile justice developed and implemented in
PA11 Children and Youth at       All outcomes                                           Number of carried out studies and surveys aiming to assess the satisfaction rate of
Risk                                                                                    children and youth at risk benefiting the programme (data collection systems in place)
PA12 Local and Regional          Regions and urban areas are cooperating in the         Increased number of joint strategies implemented (measured in value of implemented
Initiatives to Reduce National   fields of public and private services, business        strategies)
PA12 Local and Regional          Regions and urban areas are cooperating in the         Increased number of joint strategies developed (measured in value of developed
Initiatives to Reduce National   fields of public and private services, business        strategies)
PA12 Local and Regional          Regions and urban areas are cooperating in the         New businesses established
Initiatives to Reduce National   fields of public and private services, business
PA12 Local and Regional          Regions are experiencing improvements                  Structural unemployment reduction of target population
Initiatives to Reduce National   particularly with respect to job creation and/or
PA12 Local and Regional          Regions are experiencing improvements                  New jobs created (6 months, 12 months, 24 months?)
Initiatives to Reduce National   particularly with respect to job creation and/or
PA12 Local and Regional          Regions are experiencing improvements                  Increased number of people benefiting from improved access to social services,
Initiatives to Reduce National   particularly with respect to job creation and/or       disaggregated by gender
PA12 Local and Regional          Local and regional authorities, as well as private     Enrolment rates for ethnic minorities (including Roma) in primary, secondary and
Initiatives to Reduce National   and civil society actors, are developing initiatives   tertiary education
PA12 Local and Regional          Local and regional authorities, as well as private     Change in attitudes towards ethnic minorities, including Roma (survey)
Initiatives to Reduce National   and civil society actors, are developing initiatives
PA12 Local and Regional          Local and regional authorities, as well as private     Increased awareness of rights in the field of non-discrimination (survey)
Initiatives to Reduce National   and civil society actors, are developing initiatives
PA12 Local and Regional          Local and regional authorities, as well as private     Increased proportion of ethnic minorities employed as percentage of total population
Initiatives to Reduce National   and civil society actors, are developing initiatives
PA12 Local and Regional          Local and regional authorities are cooperating         Increased pubilc consultation (measured as value of proposals made through public
Initiatives to Reduce National   with private and civil society actors to strengthen    consultations)
PA12 Local and Regional          Local and regional authorities are developing and      Increased public satisfaction with services delivered (survey - similar to PA 25?
Initiatives to Reduce National   modernising the public sector                          Should we standardise a few topics that should be included in the survey? E.g.
PA13 Public Health Initiatives   Reduced inequalities between user groups               Number of new developed family planning services for disabled persons

PA13 Public Health Initiatives Developed resources for all levels of health care        Annual capacity for non communicable diseases diagnosis and/or treatment
                                                                                        established (in number of patients)
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Developed resources for all levels of health care        Annual capacity for rare diseases diagnosis and/or treatment established (in number
                                                                                        of patients)
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved governance in health care

PA13 Public Health Initiatives Strengthened financing systems

PA13 Public Health Initiatives National health registries and health information        Number of campaigns to reduce stigma of mentally ill people among the general
                               systems, data management and use improved                public, and integrate mental patients in the society
PA13 Public Health Initiatives National health registries and health information        Number of developed and used health informatics tools
                               systems, data management and use improved
PA13 Public Health Initiatives National health registries and health information        Number of developed\improved data collection and registration systems on health
                               systems, data management and use improved                issues
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved access to and quality of health services        Improved satisfaction with the quality of pregnancy/delivery/abortion care among
                               including reproductive and preventive child health       minorities/ women living in disadvantaged areas, verified by surveys (Impact
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved access to and quality of health services        Number of sick/premature newborns who get improved care
                               including reproductive and preventive child health
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved access to and quality of health services        Perinatal mortality rate (Impact indicator)
                               including reproductive and preventive child health
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved access to and quality of health services        Incidents of stroke in younger age groups, disaggregated by gender
                               including reproductive and preventive child health
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PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved access to and quality of health services
                               for elderly people
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Number of actions aimed to fight obesity

PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Number of developed and/or implemented strategies on lifestyle related risk factors

PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Number of studies assessing the quality of healthy life style interventions for the
                                                                                   general public and for specific groups
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Incidents of alcohol related deaths (Impact indicator)

PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Number of people suffering from tobacco related diseases (Impact indicator),
                                                                                   disaggregated by gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Number of children and youth benefitting from healthy life style activities,
                                                                                   disaggregated by gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Number of health staff and school staff trained on adolescents’ sexual and
                                                                                   reproductive health and rights, disaggregated by gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Number of youth who receive sexuality education in the public system (school or
                                                                                   health care) (Impact indicators), disaggregated by gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced    Reduction in suicide incidence in population (Impact indicators), disaggregated by
                                                                                   gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives

PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved prevention and treatment of                Annual capacity for communicable diseases diagnosis and/or treatment established
                               communicable diseases (including HIV/AIDS and       (in number of patients)
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved prevention and treatment of                Number of actions aimed to reduce sexually transmitted infections in defined groups
                               communicable diseases (including HIV/AIDS and       at risk
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved prevention and treatment of                Number of injecting drug users benefiting from actions aimed to fight drugs addiction,
                               communicable diseases (including HIV/AIDS and       disaggregated by gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved prevention and treatment of                Number of persons receiving improved medical care after having been exposed to
                               communicable diseases (including HIV/AIDS and       sexual violence, including rape, disaggregated by gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved prevention and treatment of                Number of detected communicable disease cases that receive complete treatment,
                               communicable diseases (including HIV/AIDS and       disaggregated by gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved mental health services                     Number of carried out studies to document the effect on mental health (in particular
                                                                                   depression) of economic transition and other individual or societal changes (data
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved mental health services                     Number of carried out studies to document the mental health status and access
                                                                                   to/appropriateness of mental health services for vulnerable groups (data collected by
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved mental health services                     Number of Primary Health Care professionals benefiting from training in mental
                                                                                   health, disaggregated by gender
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved food safety and increased access to        Number of capacity building measures in surveillance and tracing infective/poisonous
                               information about food safety and health for        foodstuff and water
PA13 Public Health Initiatives Improved food safety and increased access to        Number of organised public information and awareness raising campaigns on food
                               information about food safety and health for        safety
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender Gender issues across policies and practices              Increased percentage of gender-mainstreamed policies and practices
Equality and Promoting Work- mainstreamed
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender Gender issues across policies and practices              Number of gender mainstreaming action plans implemented
Equality and Promoting Work- mainstreamed
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender Awareness raised and research on gender issues           Change in attitudes towards gender roles (survey)
Equality and Promoting Work- promoted
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender Successful national policies and best practices on       Increased number of transnational policy-level peer reviews organised
Equality and Promoting Work- gender equality exchanged
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender Balance between work, private and family life            Increased provision of childcare services for children under the mandatory school age
Equality and Promoting Work- improved                                              (measured as % of population offered childcare services as proportion of total
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender Balance between work, private and family life            Increased number of comprehensive and integrated policies, particularly employment
Equality and Promoting Work- improved                                              policies, aimed at promoting work/life balance implemented
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PA14 Mainstreaming Gender        Balance between work, private and family life       Increased percentage of women in formal labour life
Equality and Promoting Work-     improved
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender balance on company boards improved           Increased proportion of of women among members of executive boards of firms
Equality and Promoting Work-                                                         publicly quoted on the national stock exchange
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender pay gap reduced                              Reduction of the unadjusted Gender Pay Gap (GPG)
Equality and Promoting Work-
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender pay gap reduced                              Number of newly established systems for assessing equal pay
Equality and Promoting Work-
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender equality ombudspersons / authorities         Increased number of gender equality ombudspersons / authorities established
Equality and Promoting Work-     established
PA14 Mainstreaming Gender        Capacity of gender equality organisations and       Improved performance (To be based on survey of the organisations and networks,
Equality and Promoting Work-     networks strengthened                               i.e.the ability to form successful and productive working relationships with other
PA15 Institutional Framework     Strengthened institutional framework to ensure      Number of new individual asylum applications received
in the Asylum and Migration      legal protection and care for the most vulnerable
PA15 Institutional Framework     Strengthened institutional framework to ensure      Total recognition rate (asylum-seekers granted Convention refugee statues and/or
in the Asylum and Migration      legal protection and care for the most vulnerable   complementary recognition)
PA15 Institutional Framework     Strengthened institutional framework to ensure      Number of asylum-seekers housed in built and/or renovated reception centers.
in the Asylum and Migration      legal protection and care for the most vulnerable
PA15 Institutional Framework     Well-functioning asylum system in place, enabling   Number of third country nationals assisted in programmes of voluntary return
in the Asylum and Migration      asylum-seekers to bring forward their claim for
PA15 Institutional Framework     Well-functioning asylum system in place, enabling   The number asylum-seekers living in reception centres being financially supported
in the Asylum and Migration      asylum-seekers to bring forward their claim for     through the EEA Grants.
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage restored, renovated and           Number of buildings of cultural heritage value restored or rehabilitated
Revitalisation of Cultural and   protected
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage restored, renovated and           Number of natural heritage sites protected or revitalised
Revitalisation of Cultural and   protected
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage restored, renovated and           Number of objects of cultural heritage value restored/preserved
Revitalisation of Cultural and   protected
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage restored, renovated and           Proportion of protected buildings maintained at a standard requiring only regular
Revitalisation of Cultural and   protected                                           maintenance
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural history documented                         Number of items of cultural heritage value converted to an electronic format
Revitalisation of Cultural and
PA16 Conservation and            Local communities further developed and
Revitalisation of Cultural and   economically sustainable livelihoods established
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage made accessible to the public     Annual number of visitors to cultural and/or natural heritage sites and/or museums
Revitalisation of Cultural and
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage made accessible to the public     Number of buildings of cultural heritage value opened or reopened to the public
Revitalisation of Cultural and
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage made accessible to the public     Number of hits to newly created online databases with digitally available cultural
Revitalisation of Cultural and                                                       heritage documentation
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage made accessible to the public     Number of items of cultural heritage value made available to the public in electronic
Revitalisation of Cultural and                                                       format
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage made accessible to the public     Number of new museums and cultural centres facilities created
Revitalisation of Cultural and
PA16 Conservation and            Cultural heritage made accessible to the public     Number of objects of cultural heritage value made available to the public for the first
Revitalisation of Cultural and                                                       time
PA17 Promotion of Diversity      Contemporary art and culture presented and          Number of cultural institutions with new cultural programmes developed specifically
in Culture and Arts within       reaching a broader audience                         for children
PA17 Promotion of Diversity      Contemporary art and culture presented and          Number of cultural performances held
in Culture and Arts within       reaching a broader audience
PA17 Promotion of Diversity      Contemporary art and culture presented and          Number of new exhibitions created
in Culture and Arts within       reaching a broader audience
PA17 Promotion of Diversity      Contemporary art and culture presented and          Number of new exhibitions created focusing on the culture of minorities
in Culture and Arts within       reaching a broader audience
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PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Contemporary art and culture presented and            Number of persons taking part in cultural performances
in Culture and Arts within    reaching a broader audience
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Contemporary art and culture presented and            Number of persons taking part in minorities’ cultural performances
in Culture and Arts within    reaching a broader audience
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Contemporary art and culture presented and            Number of visitors to newly created permanent exhibitions
in Culture and Arts within    reaching a broader audience
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Contemporary art and culture presented and            Number of visitors to newly created temporary exhibitions
in Culture and Arts within    reaching a broader audience
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Awareness of cultural diversity raised and            Number of cross-cultural performances held
in Culture and Arts within    intercultural dialogue strengthened
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Awareness of cultural diversity raised and            Number of cultural performances held that focus on minorities’ cultural expressions
in Culture and Arts within    intercultural dialogue strengthened
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Awareness of cultural diversity raised and            Number of local cultural associations involved in the implementation of projects
in Culture and Arts within    intercultural dialogue strengthened
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Awareness of cultural diversity raised and            Number of new cross-cultural exhibitions created
in Culture and Arts within    intercultural dialogue strengthened
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Awareness of cultural diversity raised and            Number of persons taking part in cross-cultural performances
in Culture and Arts within    intercultural dialogue strengthened
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Individual citizens’ cultural identity strengthened   Number of persons that are registered members of cultural associations
in Culture and Arts within
PA17 Promotion of Diversity   Cultural history documented
in Culture and Arts within
PA18 Research within          Increased research cooperation between the EEA        Number of internationally refereed joint scientific publications published as part of the
Priority Sectors              EFTA and Beneficiary States                           programme (bibliometric data)
PA18 Research within          Increased research cooperation between the EEA        Number of PhDs students supported (gender & scientific field)
Priority Sectors              EFTA and Beneficiary States
PA18 Research within          Increased research cooperation between the EEA        Number of Master students supported (gender & scientific field)
Priority Sectors              EFTA and Beneficiary States
PA18 Research within          Increased research cooperation between the EEA        Number of cooperating research institutions
Priority Sectors              EFTA and Beneficiary States
PA18 Research within          Increased research cooperation between the EEA        Number of cooperative projects
Priority Sectors              EFTA and Beneficiary States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of cooperation projects between enterprises and research institutions
Priority Sectors              States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of researchers reintegrated after stay abroad
Priority Sectors              States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of SMEs involved in R&D and/or innovation activities
Priority Sectors              States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of female researchers
Priority Sectors              States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of female project leaders
Priority Sectors              States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of R&D facilities established
Priority Sectors              States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of internationally refereed scientific publications
Priority Sectors              States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of scientific publications
Priority Sectors              States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary     Number of submitted and ranked projects in the EUs Framework Programmes for
Priority Sectors              States                                                research
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research allocations in the              Gross domestic expenditure on R&D
Priority Sectors              Beneficiary States
PA18 Research within          Strengthened research allocations in the              R&D expenditure as a percentage of the GDP by source of funds, sector of
Priority Sectors              Beneficiary States                                    performance and per capita
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PA18 Research within      Strengthened research allocations in the              Percentage of government budget appropriations for R&D
Priority Sectors          Beneficiary States
PA18 Research within      Increased application of research results             Number of patent applications
Priority Sectors
PA18 Research within      Increased application of research results             Number of licenses
Priority Sectors
PA18 Research within      Increased application of research results             Number of new enterprises
Priority Sectors
PA19 Scholarships         Increased higher education student and staff          Number of staff benefiting from a mobility grant under the EEA/NO FM by country,
                          mobility between Beneficiary and EEA EFTA             gender, category of staff and level
PA19 Scholarships         Increased higher education student and staff          Number of HE students benefiting from a mobility grant from EEA/NO FM by country,
                          mobility between Beneficiary and EEA EFTA             gender, level of study, and academic field
PA19 Scholarships         Increased higher education student and staff          Percentage of HE graduates having had a study period abroad as part of their
                          mobility between Beneficiary and EEA EFTA             education by country
PA19 Scholarships         Increased higher education student and staff
                          mobility between Beneficiary and EEA EFTA
PA19 Scholarships         Increased and strengthened institutional              Number of joint study programmes developed between Higher Education Institutions
                          cooperation at all levels of the education sector     by country and level
PA19 Scholarships         Increased and strengthened institutional              Number of long term relationships established between institutions by country and
                          cooperation at all levels of the education sector     level of education sector
PA19 Scholarships         Increased and strengthened institutional
                          cooperation at all levels of the education sector
PA19 Scholarships         Increased mobility of education sector staff at all   Number of staff participating in mobility by sector: vocational training/education, adult
                          levels of education between Beneficiary and EEA       education, school education. , disaggregated by gender
PA19 Scholarships         Increased mobility of education sector staff at all
                          levels of education between Beneficiary and EEA
PA20 Carbon Capture and   CO2 captured and safely stored                        Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Storage (CCS)
PA20 Carbon Capture and   Increased knowledge and transnational                 Number of characterisations and assessments of potential storage complexes and
Storage (CCS)             cooperation on CCS                                    surrounding areas in line with the CCS Directive
PA21 Green Industry       Realisation of the business opportunities of          Number of environmental technologies applied
Innovation                greening of the European economy
PA21 Green Industry       Realisation of the business opportunities of          Number of environmental technologies improved/developed
Innovation                greening of the European economy
PA21 Green Industry       Reduced production of waste and reduced               Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Innovation                emissions to air, water and ground
PA21 Green Industry       Reduced production of waste and reduced               Estimated energy saved in MWh/year
Innovation                emissions to air, water and ground
PA21 Green Industry       Reduced production of waste and reduced               Estimated hazardous waste reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Innovation                emissions to air, water and ground
PA21 Green Industry       Reduced production of waste and reduced               Estimated NOx reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
Innovation                emissions to air, water and ground
PA21 Green Industry       Reduced production of waste and reduced               Estimated waste reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Innovation                emissions to air, water and ground
PA21 Green Industry       More use of environmentally friendly technologies     Estimated CO2 reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Innovation
PA21 Green Industry       More use of environmentally friendly technologies Estimated energy saved in MWh/year
Innovation
PA21 Green Industry       More use of environmentally friendly technologies Estimated hazardous waste reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Innovation
PA21 Green Industry       More use of environmentally friendly technologies Estimated NOx reduction and/or avoidance in kg/year
Innovation
PA21 Green Industry       More use of environmentally friendly technologies Estimated waste reduction and/or avoidance in tonnes/year
Innovation
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PA21 Green Industry          Increased green job creation and entrepreneurship
Innovation
PA22 Global Fund for         Improved social dialogue and tripartite dialogue    Collective bargaining coverage rate
Decent Work and Tripartite   structures and practices
PA22 Global Fund for         Improved social dialogue and tripartite dialogue    Union density rate
Decent Work and Tripartite   structures and practices
PA22 Global Fund for         Improved social dialogue and tripartite dialogue    Percentage of enterprises belonging to employer organization [rate]
Decent Work and Tripartite   structures and practices
PA22 Global Fund for         Enhanced understanding of the benefits of decent
Decent Work and Tripartite   work
PA22 Global Fund for         Enhanced access to employment and participation
Decent Work and Tripartite   in the labour market
PA22 Global Fund for         Enhanced focus on the social dimension of
Decent Work and Tripartite   workforce mobility
PA22 Global Fund for         Advancement of gender equality and non-             Number of women on board rooms
Decent Work and Tripartite   discrimination in the workplace
PA22 Global Fund for         Advancement of gender equality and non-             Pay gap between women and men
Decent Work and Tripartite   discrimination in the workplace
PA22 Global Fund for         Advancement of gender equality and non-             Number of written Fair Hiring / Recruiting Policies adopted by targeted enterprises.
Decent Work and Tripartite   discrimination in the workplace
PA22 Global Fund for         Advancement of gender equality and non-             Number of written Fair Career Advancement Policies adopted by targeted enterprises.
Decent Work and Tripartite   discrimination in the workplace
PA22 Global Fund for         Advancement of gender equality and non-             Number of Fair Compensation Practices adopted by targeted enterprises.
Decent Work and Tripartite   discrimination in the workplace
PA22 Global Fund for         Advancement of gender equality and non-             Number of Sexual Harassment Policies adopted by targeted enterprises.
Decent Work and Tripartite   discrimination in the workplace
PA22 Global Fund for         Improvement of work, family and private life        Number of Child Labor Policies adopted by targeted enterprises.
Decent Work and Tripartite   balance
PA22 Global Fund for         Worker adaptability and lifelong learning
Decent Work and Tripartite   opportunities improved
PA22 Global Fund for                                                             Number of Code of Ethics adopted by targeted enterprises.
Decent Work and Tripartite
PA22 Global Fund for                                                             Number of Conflict of Interest Policies adopted by targeted enterprises.
Decent Work and Tripartite
PA22 Global Fund for                                                             Quality of Worker Safety policies of targeted enterprises concerning 1) Appropriate
Decent Work and Tripartite                                                       work environment 2) Prevention of healt-related departures caused by working
PA22 Global Fund for                                                             Improvement of ILO Decent Work legal indicators (minimum wages, working hours,
Decent Work and Tripartite                                                       maternity protection)
PA23 Bilateral Research      Increased research cooperation between Norway       Number of internationally refereed joint scientific publications published as part of the
Cooperation                  and the Beneficiary States                          programme (bibliometric data)
PA23 Bilateral Research      Increased research cooperation between Norway       Number of PhDs students supported (gender & scientific field)
Cooperation                  and the Beneficiary States
PA23 Bilateral Research      Increased research cooperation between Norway       Number of Master students supported (gender & scientific field)
Cooperation                  and the Beneficiary States
PA23 Bilateral Research      Increased research cooperation between Norway       Number of cooperating research institutions
Cooperation                  and the Beneficiary States
PA23 Bilateral Research      Increased research cooperation between Norway       Number of cooperative projects
Cooperation                  and the Beneficiary States
PA23 Bilateral Research      Increased research cooperation between Norway
Cooperation                  and the Beneficiary States
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary   Gross domestic expenditure on R&D
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary   Number of cooperation projects between enterprises and research institutions
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
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PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of researchers reintegrated after stay abroad
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of SMEs involved in R&D and/or innovation activities
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of female researchers
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of female project leaders
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of R&D facilities established
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of internationally refereed scientific publications
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of scientific publications
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of submitted and ranked projects in the EUs Framework Programmes for
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research             research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        R&D expenditure as a percentage of the GDP by source of funds, sector of
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research             performance and per capita
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Percentage of government budget appropriations for R&D
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of patent applications
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of licenses
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA23 Bilateral Research      Strengthened research capacity in the Beneficiary        Number of new enterprises
Cooperation                  States and increased application of research
PA24 Bilateral Scholarship   Increased higher education student and staff             Number of staff benefiting from a mobility grant under the NO FM by country, gender,
Programme                    mobility between Beneficiary States and Norway           category of staff and level
PA24 Bilateral Scholarship   Increased higher education student and staff             Number of HE students benefiting from a mobility grant from NO FM by country,
Programme                    mobility between Beneficiary States and Norway           gender, level of study, and academic field
PA24 Bilateral Scholarship   Increased and strengthened institutional                 Percentage of HE graduates having had a study period abroad as part of their
Programme                    cooperation within the higher education sector           education by country
PA24 Bilateral Scholarship   Increased and strengthened institutional                 Number of joint study programmes developed between Higher Education Institutions
Programme                    cooperation within the higher education sector           by country and level
PA25 Capacity-building and   Increased and strengthened cooperation between           Survey indicator (Satisfaction with cooperation, quality of cooperation, perceived
Institutional Cooperation    public institutions, local and regional authorities in   synergies)
PA25 Capacity-building and   Enhanced institutional capacity and human                Increased (internal) performance of targeted institutions in units to be specified (e.g.
Institutional Cooperation    resources development in public institutions, local      cost per unit produced, number of people served, average waiting time)
PA25 Capacity-building and   Enhanced capacity and quality of the services            Increased satisfaction of customer/recipient/counterparty of targeted institutions
Institutional Cooperation    provided by public institutions, local and regional
PA26 Cross-border            Closer contact and cooperation between local and
Cooperation                  regional institutions and NGOs on both sides of
PA26 Cross-border            Local and regional institutions and NGOs are
Cooperation                  enhancing knowledge and skills for developing
PA26 Cross-border            Mitigation of existing barriers to cross-border
Cooperation                  cooperation
PA26 Cross-border            Greater understanding of common cross-border
Cooperation                  challenges and opportunities
PA26 Cross-border            New and innovative forms of cross-border
Cooperation                  cooperation developed
General Indicators           All outcomes                                             Number of new CBC partnerships established

General Indicators           All outcomes                                             number of NGOs actively involved in project implementation
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General Indicators            All outcomes                                         number of local or regional authorities/institutions actively involved in project
                                                                                   implementation
General Indicators            All outcomes                                         number of sustainable cooperative structures established

General Indicators            All outcomes                                         number of local or regional administrations or organizations offering new types of
                                                                                   services or new ways of providing existing services
General Indicators            All outcomes                                         number of people taking part in cross-border events

General Indicators            All outcomes                                         number of people taking part in exchanges

General Indicators            All outcomes                                         Readiness among local partners to cooperate across the border (survey)

General Indicators            All outcomes                                         Changes in attitudes in the border regions regarding border issues (survey)

PA27 Public Health Initiatives Reduced inequalities between user groups            Number of needs’ assessment studies to document the development of primary health
                                                                                   care services with a focus on disadvantaged groups
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Reduced inequalities between user groups            Satisfaction level (measured by survey) amongst disadvantaged user groups

PA27 Public Health Initiatives Developed resources for all levels of health care   Number of health professionals trained (master degree or specialist qualifications)

PA27 Public Health Initiatives Developed resources for all levels of health care   Number of implemented equipment and infrastructure development projects

PA27 Public Health Initiatives Developed resources for all levels of health care   Number of implemented projects aimed to strengthen the health systems to face
                                                                                   challenges of financial crisis and reduce inequalities in health
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Developed resources for all levels of health care   Rate of health coverage (population per doctor, nurse, midwife etc) in deprived rural
                                                                                   areas
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Developed resources for all levels of health care   Number of developed national data collection, monitoring and evaluation systems
                                                                                   related to risk factors for non-communicable diseases such as tobacco, obesity,
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Improved governance in health care                  Number of improved health centres meeting official standards

PA27 Public Health Initiatives Improved governance in health care                  Number of projects to strengthen surveillance and complaint mechanisms
                                                                                   respectively, at national and local levels
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Strengthened financing systems                      Expenditure on medical services and goods per age group and disadvantaged groups
                                                                                   (measured by studies)
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Strengthened financing systems                      Number of studies aimed to assess the needs of current financing systems and make
                                                                                   recommendations for improvement
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Strengthened financing systems                      Percentage of out-of-pocket patients’ contribution (macro)

PA27 Public Health Initiatives National health registries and health information
                               systems, data management and use improved
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Improved access to and quality of health services Number of adopted policies aimed to improve access to and quality of health care
                               including reproductive and preventive child health service provision
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Improved access to and quality of health services
                               for elderly people
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Life-style related diseases prevented or reduced

PA27 Public Health Initiatives Improved prevention and treatment of                Number of developed tailored health surveillance systems and data collection
                               communicable diseases (including HIV/AIDS and       methods in the field of communicable diseases
PA27 Public Health Initiatives Improved mental health services

PA27 Public Health Initiatives Improved food safety and increased access to
                               information about food safety and health for
PA27 Public Health Initiatives                                                     Number of developed tailored health surveillance systems and data collection
                                                                                   methods in the field of non communicable diseases
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PA27 Public Health Initiatives                                                        Number of persons trained in the management of decentralized health services,
                                                                                      disaggregated by gender
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender issues across policies and practices          Increased percentage of gender-mainstreamed policies and practices
Equality and Promoting Work-     mainstreamed
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender issues across policies and practices          Number of gender mainstreaming action plans implemented
Equality and Promoting Work-     mainstreamed
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Awareness raised and research on gender issues       Change in attitudes towards gender roles (survey)
Equality and Promoting Work-     promoted
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Successful national policies and best practices on   Increased number of transnational policy-level peer reviews organised
Equality and Promoting Work-     gender equality exchanged
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Balance between work, private and family life        Increased provision of childcare services for children under the mandatory school age
Equality and Promoting Work-     improved                                             (measured as % of population offered childcare services as proportion of total
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Balance between work, private and family life        Increased number of comprehensive and integrated policies, particularly employment
Equality and Promoting Work-     improved                                             policies, aimed at promoting work/life balance implemented
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Balance between work, private and family life        Increased percentage of women in formal labour life
Equality and Promoting Work-     improved
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender balance on company boards improved            Increased proportion of of women among members of executive boards of firms
Equality and Promoting Work-                                                          publicly quoted on the national stock exchange
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender pay gap reduced                               Reduction of the unadjusted Gender Pay Gap (GPG)
Equality and Promoting Work-
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender                                                             Number of newly established systems for assessing equal pay
Equality and Promoting Work-
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Gender equality ombudspersons/authorities            Increased number of gender equality ombudspersons / authorities established
Equality and Promoting Work-     established
PA28 Mainstreaming Gender        Capacity of gender equality organisations and        Improved performance (To be based on survey of the organisations and networks,
Equality and Promoting Work-     networks strengthened                                i.e.the ability to form successful and productive working relationships with other
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        GBV training curriculum developed and in use
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of counselling/treatment programmes for offenders established
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of GBV reports identified by active screening at health center
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of GBV-related assault cases reported
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of national strategies or action plans to combat gender based violence
based violence                                                                        developed
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of phone lines established
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of reported rape survivors receiving health services within three days of
based violence                                                                        incident
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of women’s shelters or crisis centres supported
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of police who successfully complete GBV training
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of Health care staff who successfully complete GBV training, disaggregated
based violence                                                                        by gender
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of Men and boys sensitised on GBV issues
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of Legislation on GBV adopted
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Gender-based violence reduced                        Number of Organisations preventing and tackling gender-based violence supported
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-        Domestic violence reduced                            Number of technical aids to protect from violence distributed
based violence
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PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Domestic violence reduced                           Number of national strategies or action plans to combat domestic violence developed
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Domestic violence reduced                           Number of victims of domestic violence benefitting from support services
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Domestic violence reduced
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Victims of trafficking supported                    Number of cross border initiatives to combat trafficking in human beings established
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Victims of trafficking supported                    Number of victims of trafficking benefiting from support services
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Victims of trafficking supported                    Number of women’s shelters or crisis centres established
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Victims of trafficking supported                    Number of national strategies or action plans to combat trafficking developed
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Victims of trafficking supported                    Number of multi-sectoral and inter-agency procedures to tackle trafficking
based violence                                                                   implemented
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Victims of trafficking supported                    Number of traffickers prosecuted and convicted
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Victims of trafficking supported                    Number of Anti-trafficking laws adopted
based violence
PA29 Domestic and Gender-    Victims of trafficking supported                    Number of Organisations preventing and tackling trafficking supported
based violence
PA30 Schengen Cooperation    Development and improvement of structures,          Number of law enforcement officers trained in Schengen-relevant laws and the use of
and Combating Cross-border   systems and technical equipment in order to         Schengen-relevant equipment
PA30 Schengen Cooperation    Strengthening of the cooperation between the        Number of data entered into the Schengen Information System by the competent
and Combating Cross-border   police in the Schengen Member States                national authorities
PA30 Schengen Cooperation    Strengthening of the cooperation between the        Number of bilateral meetings with the Norwegian police.
and Combating Cross-border   police in the Schengen Member States
PA30 Schengen Cooperation    Improved capacity to prevent and combat cross-      Number of law enforcement officers trained to prevent and combat cross-border and
and Combating Cross-border   border and organized crime, including trafficking   organized crime
PA30 Schengen Cooperation    Improved capacity to prevent and combat cross-      Number of victims of trafficking assisted.
and Combating Cross-border   border and organized crime, including trafficking
PA30 Schengen Cooperation    Improved cooperation between the authorities and    Number of cooperation projects/activities between the national law enforcement
and Combating Cross-border   relevant stakeholders, including non-               authorities and civil society with the aim of assisting victims of trafficking?
PA31 Judicial Capacity-      Improved access to justice, including for           Cases granted legal aid per 100 000 inhabitants (total)
building and Cooperation     vulnerable persons (e.g. victims, minors,
PA31 Judicial Capacity-      Alternative dispute resolutions developed
building and Cooperation     (restorative justice)
PA31 Judicial Capacity-      Improved efficiency of the court systems,           Number of computer facilities within the courts used for Direct assistance to judges
building and Cooperation     including the development of systems for case       and court clerks
PA31 Judicial Capacity-      Improved efficiency of the court systems,           Number of computer facilities within the courts used for Administration and
building and Cooperation     including the development of systems for case       management
PA31 Judicial Capacity-      Improved efficiency of the court systems,           Number of computer facilities within the courts used for Communication between
building and Cooperation     including the development of systems for case       courts and the parties
PA31 Judicial Capacity-      Improved efficiency of the court systems,           Number of cases regarding Article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights
building and Cooperation     including the development of systems for case       (lengths of proceedings)
PA31 Judicial Capacity-      Improved efficiency of the court systems,           Number of 1st instance incoming and resolved civil (and commercial) litigious cases
building and Cooperation     including the development of systems for case       per 100.000 inhabitants
PA31 Judicial Capacity-      Improved efficiency of the court systems,           Disposition time of enforcement, land register and business register cases at 1st
building and Cooperation     including the development of systems for case       instance courts
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PA31 Judicial Capacity-       Increased competence of actors within the         Number of legal professionals trained
building and Cooperation      judiciary
PA32 Correctional Services,   Overcome challenges connected to growing          Number of capacity of inmates in prisons to be built/renovated with Norway Grants
including Non-custodial       prison populations and prison overcrowding
PA32 Correctional Services,   Overcome challenges connected to growing          Pre-trial detainee/remand prisoners (percentage of prison population)
including Non-custodial       prison populations and prison overcrowding
PA32 Correctional Services,   Increased application of alternatives to prison   Number of persons taking part in programmes as alternative to prison (special
including Non-custodial                                                         treatment, courses for drunken drivers, supervision, community sanctions, community
PA32 Correctional Services,   Increased focus on vulnerable groups in prison
including Non-custodial
PA32 Correctional Services,   Improved competences of both inmates and          Number of prison staff trained
including Non-custodial       prison staff
PA32 Correctional Services,   Improved competences of both inmates and          Number of inmates taking part in educational and/or work programmes
including Non-custodial       prison staff
Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of patent applications submitted

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of persons taking part in professional exchanges

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of professional exchanges conducted

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of technical networks in function

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of laws, regulations and policies adapted

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of strengthened institutions

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of use of each others technology

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Common articles and publications published

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of bilateral partnerships

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened technical cooperation                Number of people trained or with enhanced skills

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened political cooperation                Number of political exchange visits, meetings, common political initiatives

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened political cooperation                Number of articles in each others countries' media

Bilateral Relations           Strengthened political cooperation                Number of political alliances in international negotiations and/or fora
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