With regard to the growing number of questions from applicants filling out grant applications in the section "Relevance of programme outputs" in the IS CEDR information system, we would like to further clarify the text of the call concerning the selection of programme outputs and their indicators (in accordance with Chapter 4.7.4 of the Guidelines for Applicants.
The Ministry of Health as Small Grant Scheme Operator in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance – Programme Operator announces on 31st March 2021 the Open Call for applications for funding of projects from the Small Grant Scheme of EEA Grants 2014-2021 in Programme Health focused on support of NGOs activities in the field of prevention and early diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases.
The Ministry of Health as Small Grant Scheme Operator in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance – Programme Operator announces on 31st March 2021 the Open Call for applications for funding of projects from the Small Grant Scheme of EEA Grants 2014-2021 in Programme Health focused on support of NGOs activities in the field of mental health of children and adolescents.
The Call was divided into two parts - The creation of information materials in a printed and online form for secondary prevention and the Provision of scientific documentation as a basis for the creation, validation, and implementation of medical recommendations concerning selected communicable and non-communicable diseases.
38 applications were received in the open call lasting from mid-May to the end of July 2020. More than one-fourth of them was prepared in cooperation with partners from Norway or Iceland. All applications were evaluated by independent experts and based on their evaluation the Selection Committee recommended 10 projects for support.
Organization of seminars for the professional public, creation of joint analysis, improvement of mutual understanding, and often also agreements on ongoing cooperation and joint projects. These are the results of the so-called bilateral initiatives of the Health Programme supported by the EEA and Norway Grants. Their participants focused on sharing experiences, for example in the field of eating disorders, the involvement of peer consultants in care in acute psychiatric wards, or the availability of follow-up care for people with aphasia.
The Programme operator announces that the Guideline for applicants’ (Annex 2 of the Call) and Target groups Annex no. 6 of the Guideline within the Call Mental health of children and adolescents was updated on 24 July 2020.
Area of Support: Mental health of children and adolescents
Area of Support: Prevention of communicable and non-communicable diseases of people living in socially excluded localities, mainly Roma.
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