Call: Migrants’ health: Best practices in care provision for vulnerable migrants and refugees
|Type of Fund||Action programme|
|Description of programme |
"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:
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Migrants’ health: Best practices in care provision for vulnerable migrants and refugees
of call |
"Migrants’ health: Best practices in care provision for vulnerable migrants and refugees"
This action aims to support activities in view of the development of community-based care models to improve health care access of vulnerable migrants and refugees. Through facilitating the transition from institutional to community-based care and integrated services, it aims to identify innovative ways of reducing inequalities in access to health services, and promote social inclusion through supporting access to social, community/home-care, cultural or recreational services. Community-based health clinics (hubs) offer an opportunity to create health-promoting places. These care models can also support reorientation of specialists to general practitioners, to strengthen healthcare in primary care settings. This action will deal with compiled best practices in care provision for vulnerable migrants and refugees (including pregnant women, children and older persons), with a focus on psycho-social aspects, acute and chronic diseases, including communicable diseases.
The activities to be carried out may cover:
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|Thematic Focus||Health, Social Affairs, Sports, Capacity Building, Cooperation Networks, Institutional Cooperation, Demographic Change, Migration|
|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, International Organization, NGO / NPO, National Government, University, Public Services|
|Applicant details|| |
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. 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 Partner Details|| |
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||Grants|
|Financial details|| INDICATIVE AMOUNT 4 500 000
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.
Before submitting a proposal: |
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