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22. February 2021.

General Advice Sheet

The Joint Secretariat has prepared a General Advice Sheet with an aim to  help  the Beneficiaries of our Programme in the project implementation. One might consider it a ’frequently asked question’ sheet. However, the Secretariat believes that it is  more informative since it contains not only answers to questions received, but also relevant  based on  the Secretariat’s experience in project implementation and good examples.

The intention of the Sheet is to help finding right documents, the Programme expectations and the proper solutions that are necessary for a successful project implementation.

The JS hopes that the General Advice Sheet will be sufficiently helpful on its own. Certainly, the Programme Managers of the Secretariat are at your disposal in the future as well. In case you have any remarks on the document, please let the Secretariat knows about it. As gaining more and more experience and based on questions received during the implementation, the JS plans to continuously update the General Advice Sheet.

The following documents are available for download:
General Advice Sheet general-advice-sheet.pdf

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