Understand the basic structure used in Interreg North Sea applications and project reporting.
A clear intervention logic is key to a successful project application.
The intervention logic is the common thread running through a project application, from the project overall objective all the way to the project results.
The intervention logic includes six main elements that need to fit logically together. Two of these (1 and 6) belong at project level, while the rest belong at work package level.
You must choose relevant outputs and results from the following set of indicators.
The above output and result indicators are available for all projects, with one exception: Priority 4 projects cannot choose the indicators for pilots and solutions.
The Online Monitoring System automatically calculates the number of organisations cooperating across borders.
When selecting indicators, please make sure to link all parts of the intervention logic in a coherent way. The starting point is always the specific objective (SO1.1 – SO4.1). The specific objective links to all other apects of the intervention logic and also defines which indicators you can select.
You must set targets for the chosen indicators already when you apply; indicator targets are part of all the online application forms: Expression of interest, full application and small-scale project application. Please see the table below.
Projects must monitor their achievements against indicators and objectives through progress reports. This supports the monitoring of project and programme implementation.