More than 100 projects have been received in the four countries (Tunisia, Jordan, Palestine and Israel) that have launched the first calls for proposals for new projects within the EU-funded Euromed Youth IV Programme from the end of 2014.
After the first phase of the program (2010-2013), Tunisia has been the first country to start the new cycle of call of proposal with a deadline on February 2015, followed by Jordan (1st April 2015), Palestine (9th June 2015) and Israel (30th July 2015).
The country that has received the largest number of applications is Tunisia: 36 of which 17 will be funded, 9 are on the reserve list (for lack of sufficient funds on this round) and only 2 rejected, sign of the high quality of the proposals received in this country.
Jordan is the only country, so far, who has launched its second call for proposals with a deadline on 25th of October 2015. For its first one it has received 28 applications: 11 have been awarded, 9 are on the reserve list (for lack of sufficient funds on this round) and 8 rejected.