Project partner. Why does the search for projects with a project (or lead) partner based in country Y return a lead partner map showing lead partners in several countries?
The result of this query (the query to the database is actually ‘show all the partners involved in these projects that have at least one project partner – or lead partner, depending on the search criterion – based in country Y’) is the number of projects having a least one project partner based in country Y. Because all Interreg, Interreg-IPA cross-border and EN(P)I cross-border projects have partners from at least two different countries, these projects may have partners scattered all over Europe, and beyond. Next or below the map, all lead partners are listed in a table.
Please note that the number of projects and partners thus obtained is much higher than the number of partners obtained from any one region or country retrieved in section ‘Search by countries and regions’. In this case the number of partners shown is the actual number of partners from the country or region at hand that took part in Interreg, Interreg-IPA cross-border and EN(P)I cross-border projects.