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Illustration - KAPPA Programme: Report of the Opening conference and matchmaking

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KAPPA Programme: Report of the Opening conference and matchmaking

Technology agency of the Czech Republic (TA CR) arranged the Opening conference and matchmaking on 25 and 26 November 2019 to connect project partners within the Call for Proposals of the KAPPA Programme. KAPPA Programme financed by EEA and Norway Grants is focused on supporting applied research and strengthening international cooperation. A total of 90 representatives of enterprises and research organizations from Czechia, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein attended the event.

Illustration - The seminar for applicants – Cultural Heritage (15.1.2020)

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The seminar for applicants – Cultural Heritage (15.1.2020)

The seminar for applicants in the announced open call for the revitalization of movable and immovable cultural heritage will be held in Prague (Ministry of Culture, Maltézské nám. 1 - Konírna) on 15. 1. 2020 in Czech language.

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The National Institute of Public Health aims at spreading awareness about the correct use of antibiotics with its new project supported by EEA and Norway Grants.

Antibiotics prescribed for the treatment of viral diseases, e. g. flu, excessive use of broad-spectrum antibiotics or insistence from the patient’s side to prescribe these drugs. This all leads to so-called antibiotic resistance, which causes over thirty thousand deaths in Europe each year, to grow. The project of the National Institute of Public Health supported by EEA and Norway Grants focused on patients’ and doctors’ education should help prevent the issue in the Czech Republic

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Programme "Environment" - the “Oslo” grant call offers CZK 26 million for adaptation strategies

The State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic launches the first call in the Environment, Ecosystems and Climate Change Programme, in which it will offer legal entities CZK 26 million to develop adaptation strategies to adapt to climate change at local and regional level. In the call, named after the Norwegian metropolis, applicants can receive up to 1,3 million Czech crowns, respectively cover up to 90 percent of the project’s eligible costs. The applications can be submitted online from January 14 to March 15, 2020.