The EU4Health programme represents an unprecedented Union level financial commitment for health actions in comparison with previous health programmes. It will work in synergy with and in a manner that complements other Union policies, programmes and funds. The EU4Health programme will provide funding to eligible legal entities from the Member States, third countries associated to it or third countries listed in the annual work programme, created under Union law or an international organisation such as health organisations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), the private sector and other eligible legal entities.
The funding will be provided in the form of grants, procurement and prizes, directly by the Commission or by the Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA). On 14 January 2022 the Commission adopted the work programme 2022 C(2022)317 final which sets out the priorities and actions for 2022, including resource allocation, for the implementation of the EU4Health Programme.
The information session is organised in collaboration with HaDEA to present the procedure for Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) operating grants under the EU4Health 2022 Annual Work programme.