Call 5 - Project application
The documents below concern the applications for Call 5. This call has now closed.
Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine uses indicators to measure the impact of its programme. Project select a number of indicators and report about the progress on these indicators.
Our cost catalogue defines which project costs can be covered by Interreg funding - whether spent on equipment, external staff, travel, etc. Be sure to read this catalogue carefully.
Staff hours can be inserted in the timesheet template below.
In case a project partner has to travel for a project-related activity over a distance longer than 300 kilometres, you have to submit a request to the Joint Secretariat of Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine. You find the request form below.
For more information on project changes (major and minor), please refer to the guiding principles on project modifications.
Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine is bound to comply with EU rules on state aid. State aid is any advantage that a company can gain from receiving public funding sources. This is forbidden because it can distort competition and the internal market. However, there are several exceptions that allow for aid in certain areas or up to a certain amount (de minimis). The documents below explain state aid rules and define if your project is affected.
Reporting in eMS
Projects should submit their cost declarations in eMS (Electronic Monitoring System). Below you find a guide on how to use eMS. Two videos give instructions on duplicate invoices and uploads from Excel.
It is compulsory for projects to use the Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine logo in all communication activities. Please also display the logos of your co-financers if space allows. You find the Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine and co-financer logos below in different formats.
Rules on communication are available in the handbook 'Communication Requirements'.
Find here some general information on the Interreg Euregio Meuse-Rhine programme, including a map of the programme area and a list of projects.