Civil servants studied EU funding in Berlin

POSTED: 02/5/13 11:44 AM

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St. Maarten (DCOMM) – Several civil servants from the civil service corps of country Sint Maarten participated in a seminar recently in Berlin, Germany with respect to European Union (EU) funding sources and opportunities.

The group of six civil servants attended the course at the European Academy for Taxes, Economics and Law.

The current architecture of European Funds and direct grants offers a wide range of funding opportunities to support innovative projects, to EU countries.

However, funding is often not used effectively or it may be denied due to poor planning. Although numerous programs and initiatives have different features, the development and implementation of projects in practice follow common rules.

In an effort to provide the necessary training to potential applicants, the EU are providing a specific Master Course program to all persons involved in EU funding.

At the end of the program participants, are prepared for the various components of acquiring EU funding and successfully managing the project as per EU regulations.

Participants from St. Maarten included Soraya Agard, policy advisor at the education department; Perry Geerlings, director of the cabinet of the minister plenipotentiary; Lucy Richardson, head of the department of economic affairs, transportation and telecommunication, Leona Romeo-Marlin, head of the civil registry department; Veronica Jansen-Webster, project manager at BAK and Carol Voges head of finance and economic affairs at the cabinet of Minister Plenipotentiary Mathias Voges


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