EU4Health Programme (EU4H) – Action Grants 2022
Germany and Europe
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On 24 March 2021, the EU4Health Regulation was adopted as part of the EU Multiannual Financial Framework for the 2021-2027 period. The EU4Health Regulation established 'the EU4Health Programme'. This marks an important step towards making available instruments and solutions to support Member States in building stronger, more resilient and accessible health systems.
This is a call for proposals for EU action grants in the field of health under the EU4Health Programme (EU4H).
The regulatory framework for this EU Funding Programme is set out in:
The call is launched in accordance with the 2022 Work Programme3 and will be managed by the European Health and Digital Executive Agency, (HaDEA) (‘Agency’).
The call covers the following topics:
EU4H-2022-PJ-11 — Call for proposals on NCDs – cardiovasculardiseases and diabetes (DP-g-22-06.04)
NCDs are responsible for 87% of the disease burden in the Member States and improved health promotion and disease prevention can reduce the prevalence of NCDs by as much as 70%. The costs of treating NCDs are high and expected to grow further, also considering the Union’s aging population. COVID-19 has shown that NCDs can dramatically increase the negative impact of other diseases; the childhood obesity rate was included in the Commission’s strategic resilience dashboard; the economic case for prevention has been made by the OECD.
EU4H-2022-PJ-12 — Call for proposals on cancer and other NCDs prevention – action on health determinants (CR-g-22-08.02)
In 2020, 2.7 million people in the Union were diagnosed with cancer, and another 1.3 million people lost their lives to it7. Unless decisive action is taken, lives lost to cancer in the Union are set to increase by more than 24% by 20358, making it the leading cause of death. In a holistic approach, the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan and the EU Mission on Cancer address the entire cancer control continuum.
EU4H-2022-PJ-14 — Call for proposals to support the roll-out of the second cohort of the inter-speciality cancer training programme (CR-g-22-08.06)
An objective of the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan is to build a stronger multidisciplinary cancer workforce. High-quality cancer care depends on a high-quality workforce. Patients deserve the best care possible and health professionals need support to ensure they can receive training and keep updating their skills throughout their professional lives.
Each project application under the call must address only one of these topics. Applicants wishing to apply for more than one topic, must submit a separate proposal under each topic.
The deadline of submission is on February 28, 2023.