Results

NatAc established a chain of accessible nature tourism sites

NaTac developed tourism sites into accessible tourism objects by using up-to-date, modern and sustainable solutions on infrastructure.

Joint tourist attraction

WoHealth increased standard of health for immigrant mothers

WoHealth increased immigrant mother’s opportunity to reach satisfactory standard of health and wellbeing and thereby supported their integration in unfamiliar culture. 

Improved community

UniLog improved university-level vocational training

The UniLog project improved university-level vocational training by creating a joint study package for logistics. The project developed flexible teaching materials, which can also be used in vocational training and as part of lifelong learning programs.

Aligned vocational education and training programme

SEASTOP developed small ports to raise the level of service and to attract visitors to small ports

SEASTOP developed small ports to raise the level of service and to attract visitors to small ports.

Improved small port

Forest Trail created a long distance hiking route

The Forest Trail project created a long distance hiking route. It leads through the most forested lands, regional, nature and national parks of Estonia and Latvia. The total length of the Forest Trail Northern part approximately 1060 km.

Joint tourist attraction

CoMET created a training programme for maritime, logistics and cargo handling

The project CoMET created a training programme for maritime, logistics and cargo handling.

Aligned vocational education and training programme

MAMYFU activated young people to strengthen their capacity for a better future

MAMYFU activated young people living in disadvantaged communities and promoted their individual creative skills to strengthen their capacity for a better future for themselves and their communities. Several young participants from marginalized or risky life situations were able to enhance their self-esteem, future orientation, and skills via project activities.
 

Improved community

Augmented Urbans improved urban planning

The Augmented Urbans project focused cooperation efforts on three important aspects of the urban planning: local participation and involvement of stakeholders, urban resilience and applying new technologies (XR).

Urban area covered with integrated urban management

​Archipelago Access made the archipelago and islands area more accessible

The project created a web service and two exhibitions to act as entry points to archipelago tourism. The concept behind this is to strengthen the archipelago regions as a joint tourism attraction by jointly promoting, increasing awareness, and providing easier access to information.

Joint tourist attraction

​URBAN ECO ISLAND investigated sustainable use of islands close to cities

The URBAN ECO ISLAND project piloted new, innovative and smart solutions on two islands (Vasikkasaari in Finland and Aegna in Estonia), to ensure nature protection whilst increasing the attractiveness of the destinations.

Joint tourist attraction

​RETHINK improved social inclusion of young people

RETHINK improved social inclusion of young adults aged between 18-30, who had a history of mental illness. The project goals were realised through a holistic and innovative training and support programme which was developed by project partners from the Linköping and Zemgale regions.

Improved community

Act Local improved local employment possibilities in rural areas

The project improvement local labour market opportunities by implementing community service pilots based on local development plans. The development plans and pilots were implemented in four regions – Ape, Alutaguse, Engure and Setomaa.

Improved community