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Music: education for inspiration

Start date: Mar 26, 2013, End date: Dec 25, 2014,

... unication between partner educating institutions and between educating institutions and surrounding society.The co-production concerts and the seminars gained much more visibility, publicity and artistic impact within the media and the local audiences of the region than concerts and other events organized by single institutions, thus essentially rising the profile and appreciation of the art educa ...
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Objective of the projectThe objective of the project was to create and promote entrepreneurship on both sides of the border, and to advance their cooperation.Main activities• Founding of two new enterprises.• Renovating a part of Mobergs house in Kalevala.• Renovating a house in Paanajärvi for the use of the Museum of the village. • Renovations and small purchase in Vuokkiniemi, Kalevala and Haiko ...
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... handling the national large carnivore communication was not assigned to any entity during the project. However, when the decision is made to establish a communication centre, Petola has the best capacity to accept the offered task.
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... handling the national large carnivore communication was not assigned to any entity during the project. However, when the decision is made to establish a communication centre, Petola has the best capacity to accept the offered task.
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Development of Business Environment in the Arkhangelsk Corridor

Start date: Sep 14, 2002, End date: Dec 30, 2005,

... cance to trade and tourism in Kainuu. The Russian section of the Arkhangelsk Corridor had also become well known as a low-cost production area within close geographic proximity. The positive publicity of the area had been increased and the interest in the area by companies had grown. In addition, the interest of Russian actors in cooperation with Finnish companies had increased. The companies and ...
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This project was closely related to the Vartius water management project where water supply and sewage investments were completed. A new development plan was created for Vartius, where arranging appropriate water management was included as one of the procedures. Th e goal of this project was to ensure the suffi cient handling of waste water from Vartius by constructing a new water treatment facili ...
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The main purpose of the project was to implement research, documentation and revival-based activities pertaining to folk music in the runic song area between Kuusamo and Lieksa. Th e research and data collection also involved, in addition to runic songs, other kind of folk music. It was the intention that runic song should be saved for the future generations with the means off ered by information ...
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... ensuring the suffi ciency of raw materials and knowing the various characteristics of natural stones during various production processes. Th e goal of the project was to improve the operational capacity of the natural stone industry by assessing the scope of the building and soap stone deposits, researching production feasibility of interesting stone varieties, and developing mining technology. In ...
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New Connection

Start date: Dec 31, 2001, End date: Dec 30, 2004,

The project was a joint youth project of the youth associations and organisations of Joensuu, Kitee, Nurmes, Lieksa,Kuhmo and Suomussalmi. Th e purpose of the project was to develop the cooperation and cultural exchange of theyoung people of North Karelia, Kainuu and the Republic of Karelia with club, camping and youth events and bydeveloping the network communications amongst young people. Th e p ...
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The goal of the project was to develop furniture industry components and business activity related to manufacturing edge-glued boards through, for example, the following methods: • the use of new technologies and business models for the production of furniture-industry components • recognising development opportunities in the procurement of raw materials for the wood product industry and building ...
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