Author: Tiina Sergo

Rieska and Keskipiste Leader LAGs visit East-Harju Partnership area

On 17 – 18th of August 2017 two Leader LAGs from Finland visited East-Harju Partnership area. The purpose of the visit was to exchange experiences related with Leader and rural development. During the visit we introduced our best project examples

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Participation in FOCUS project

Ede Teinbas from LAG Western-Harju Partnership and Tiina Sergo from LAG East-Harju Partnership attended the second seminar of the international cooperation project FOCUS “Stimulating new forms of active civic participation through focus on Social and Solidarity Economy.” The seminar took

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Cooperation agreement signed

On February 5th 2016 8 Leader Local Action groups (LAGs) gathered in Sagadi manor (Estonia) to be part of an important moment. On the morning of February 5th the first international cooperation agreement involving Estonian LAGs was signed. The cooperation project

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New LEADER legislation approved

Estonian Ministry of Rural Affairs approved new LEADER legislation on 23rd of October 2015. The document itself (in Estonian language) can be found: https://www.riigiteataja.ee/akt/127102015011  Approving the legislation means that Estonian LEADER Local Action Groups (LAGs) can start applying for support to

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Strategy 2015 – 2022 approved

On 6th of November 2015 the General Assembly of the LAG East- Harju Partnership approved the final version of the strategy fro 2015 – 2022. On 12th of November 2015 the strategy was submitted for evaluation to the paying agency

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Results 2007-2013

LAG East-Harju Partnership was established in 2008. The first application round for projects was in 2010 and the last one in 2014. Between 2010-2014 LAG East-Harju Partnership has: – implemented 3 measures to achieve the goals of the strategy –

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Strategy 2014-2020

East-Harju Partership LAG is currently in processe of preparing new Leader strategy for 2014-2020. The process started in 2014 and will continue in 2015. East-Harju Partnership will continue with 4 municipalities, having still gained territory and population by two municipalities

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