Updated Jun 04, 2020
Health-related innovation projects and feasibility studies are funded within the call for proposal. These should help to curb the spread and effects of the covid-19 pandemic and prevent future pandemics. The results of the innovation projects should be implemented and utilized already during the ongoing pandemic, and the results of the feasibility studies will lead to increased preparedness for future pandemics.
Response Technologies (Humanitarian Assistance)
Projects must have at least two project partners. One of these should be from business or health care. Other actors may represent any of the following sectors: health care, the public sector, academia, business and civil society. All project partners must be legal entities.
To apply for funding, you need to log in and complete an application form in our eServices portal. The application form contains questions about your project, the participants taking part in the project and your budget.