Last modified: December 17, 2020

Version 3 of The Project Implementation Manual (PIM) is now available!

17/12/2020

The main revisions to the Manual (PIM) concern:

  • Detailed explanations as regard reporting for beneficiaries of 1st and 2nd call;
  • More explanations of the provisions of the grant contract and of the Instructions or Notes to beneficiaries, issued by the Managing Authority;
  • Instructions on how to proceed in order to mitigate the risk of losses caused by exchange rate fluctuations;
  • Other revisions meant to provide additional support to beneficiaries also considering the restrictions generated by COVID 19 pandemic.

PIM and its annexes can be downloaded from here.


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