Call: Gathering knowledge and exchanging best practices on measures reducing underage drinking and heavy episodic drinking
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"Health Programme "
The EU is required by its founding treaty to ensure that human health is protected as part of all its policies, and to work with the EU countries to improve public health, prevent human illness and eliminate sources of danger to physical and mental health.
The 3rd Health Programme has 4 overarching objectives. It seeks to:
The third EU health programme is the main instrument the European Commission uses to implement the EU health strategy. It is implemented by means of annual work plans which set out priority areas and the criteria for funding actions under the programme. The total budget for the programme is € 449.4 million.
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Gathering knowledge and exchanging best practices on measures reducing underage drinking and heavy episodic drinking
"Gathering knowledge and exchanging best practices on measures reducing underage drinking and heavy episodic drinking"
Heavy episodic drinking and youth drinking, including underage drinking, are of particular concern in Europe. All age groups and both genders are affected by heavy episodic drinking. Building on previous work conducted in this area, this action should support Member States’ efforts to reduce alcohol related harm and particularly contribute to the objectives of the Member States’ action plan on Youth Drinking and on Heavy Episodic Drinking. It should generate and promote new and innovative good practices targeting the reduction of heavy episodic drinking, including amongst young adults, and underage drinking.
Description of the activities to be funded under the call for proposals:
The activities should aim at testing methods/tools and at identifying good practices on reducing heavy episodic drinking including amongst young adults and underage drinking in different settings and different Member States. Priority should be given to initiatives aiming at identifying good practices of measures at population level and more targeted prevention measures like brief interventions. In addition, multi-stakeholder initiatives might be included. The activities should encourage EU networking and good practise exchange.
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|Thematic Focus||Food & Healthy Diet, Health, Youth, Social affairs|
|Funding area|| EU Member States |
Iceland / Ísland
Norway / Norge
|Origin of Applicant|| EU Member States |
Iceland / Ísland
Norway / Norge
|Eligible applicants||Education and Training Centres, Federal State / Region / City / Municipality / Local Authority, Research Institution, Lobby Group / Professional Association / Trade Union, National Government, University, Public Services, Other|
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Grant applications are eligible if submitted by legal persons. More specifically, the applicants must be legally established organisations, public authorities, public sector bodies, in particular research and health institutions, universities and higher education establishments. The application shall state the legal status of the applicant.
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Applicants participating in a project proposal have to be different legal entities (i.e. independent from each other) from at least 3 countries participating in the Health Programme. Proposals which involve fewer applicants will be rejected.
|Project duration max||36 months|
|Type of Funding||Grant|
|Financial details|| INDICATIVE AMOUNT Gathering knowledge and exchanging best practices on measures reducing underage drinking
and heavy episodic drinking 1 200 000 €. |
Grants foreseen: one or more.
The EU grant is limited to a maximum co-funding rate of 60 % of eligible costs. In case of exceptional utility up to 80 % can be granted.
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