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Understand the safety, quality and efficacy of therapies in the field of assisted reproduction

DEADLINE: JANUARY 25, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Regional Councils
Companies
Local Councils
Government Entities / Competent National Authorities
Non-governmental Organisations
International Organisations

This action will aim to collect and organise in registries data on the safety, quality and efficacy of therapies applied in the field of medically assisted reproduction (MAR) and haematopoietic stem cell transplantation.

EU4Health Programme

Action grants supporting training activities, implementation, and best practices

DEADLINE: JANUARY 25, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Regional Councils
Companies
Local Councils
Government Entities / Competent National Authorities
Non-governmental Organisations
International Organisations

This action aims to support enhanced hospital and long-term care facilities infection prevention and control practices, as well as antimicrobial stewardship practices, and the development of best practices and implementation at all levels.

EU4Health Programme

Action grants to reduce liver and gastric cancers caused by infections

DEADLINE: JANUARY 25, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Regional Councils
Companies
Local Councils
Government Entities / Competent National Authorities
Non-governmental Organisations
International Organisations

The action aims to reduce the risk of liver cancers associated with infections caused by the Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C viruses and the risk of gastric cancers caused by Helicobacter pylori.

EU4Health Programme

Action grants for ‘Cancer Diagnostic and Treatment for All’ including ‘Genomic for Public Health’

DEADLINE: JANUARY 25, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Regional Councils
Companies
Local Councils
Government Entities / Competent National Authorities
Non-governmental Organisations
International Organisations

The new ‘Cancer Diagnostic and Treatment for All’ initiative, and the ‘Genomic for Public Health’ project will help Member States to improve access for individuals and cancer patients and survivors to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer through personalised medicine, by upscaling available innovation in the field of innovative cancer diagnosis and treatment.

EU4Health Programme

Support for quality assurance schemes for breast,colorectal and cervical cancer screening programmes

DEADLINE: JANUARY 25, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Regional Councils
Companies
Local Councils
Government Entities / Competent National Authorities
Non-governmental Organisations
International Organisations

This action supports the implementation of a Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan flagship initiative. Activities will include the organisation, implementation and running of accreditation and certification activities making use of guidelines for breast, colorectal and cervical cancer screening, diagnosis and care.

EU4Health Programme

To support small companies in implementing the regulation to address the dissemination of terrorist

DEADLINE: JANUARY 26, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Companies
Government Entities / Competent National Authorities
Non-governmental Organisations
Educational / Research Institutions

The objective is to support small hosting service providers (HSP) in complying with the requirements of the TCO Regulation, in particular detecting and removing terrorist content online.

Project applications submitted under this call for proposals must develop such support addressing all the three following priorities:

  • To inform and increase awareness among small HSPs about the TCO Regulation’s rules and requirements;
     
  • To support small HSPs in the implementation of the TCO Regulation, in particular to develop, implement and roll out any tools, frameworks and mechanisms to address the dissemination of terrorist content online on their platforms;
     
  • To share experience, tools and best practices of the implementation process and of tools, frameworks and mechanisms addressing the dissemination of terrorist content online.

The costs will be reimbursed at the funding rate of 90%.

Internal Security Fund (ISF)

Joint Harmonised European Union Programme of Business and Consumer Surveys: Consumer survey in Roman

DEADLINE: JANUARY 28, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Regional Councils
Companies
Local Councils
Government Entities / Competent National Authorities
Non-governmental Organisations
Educational / Research Institutions
Social Partners

Objective:

The objective for the call follows that of the programme, which is to gather information on the state of the economies in the EU Member States and Candidate Countries, in order to be able to compare their business cycles for EMU. The focus of the studies funded under this call is for an Industry and Construction survey for Spain and Consumer survey for Romania along with ad hoc surveys on topical economic issues.

Joint Harmonised EU Programme of Business and Consumer Surveys

Business Enhance - Start-up Investment Grant Scheme

DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Companies

Objectives/priorities:

  • Promoting entrepreneurship in particular by facilitating the economic exploitation of new ideas and fostering the creation of new firms, including through business incubators;
     
  • Creation of employment opportunities through the provision of infrastructure, financial incentives as well as support services.

Eligible activities:

  • Investment in tangible and intangible assets required by the Start-up for its operations in line with an approved business plan.

 

Eligible cost:

  • Costs for leasing/rental of privately owned operational premises;
     
  • Construction/Up-grading costs required to render the premises operational;
     
  • Costs related to patents/licences;
     
  • Costs for purchasing of equipment, machinery, and/or plant.
     

The rate of co-financing under this call is set at 50% of eligible costs.

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

Business Enhance - e-Commerce Grant Scheme

DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Companies

The Measure supports SME's investment towards the design, development, implementation and delivery of an e-commerce website and/or a mobile application, or an upgrade of an existing website or mobile application to enable online sales/bookings. The rate of co-financing under this call is set at 50% of eligible costs.

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

Business Enhance - SME Diversification and Innovation Grant Scheme

DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 2022

ELIGIBLE ORGANISATIONS

Companies

This Grant Scheme seeks to support Undertakings to develop focused strategies through investment towards their diversification, the implementation of a fundamental change, or to bring to the market significantly improved and advanced products/services to those already offered by the Undertaking. The rate of co-financing under this call is set at 50% of eligible costs.

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

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