We have awarded further 3 grants within the ongoing call for intervention projects. Find out the details about the evaluation of proposals submitted by November 20th, 2021.
We have finalized the evaluation of project proposals submitted from October 21th till November 20th, 2021 in the call for intervention projects. 49 out of 53 submitted proposals met eligibility criteria and were sent for content-related evaluation. According to the decision of the Executive Committee, based on the recommendations of the Expert Committee, we have awarded grants for the implementation of 3 projects:
- 1 grant in Area 1: Human rights protection (for the amount of 14 933.35 EUR);
- 2 grants in Area 2: Promoting social diversity and preventing exclusion (for the total amount of 29 911.08 euro EUR);
The total amount of funding awarded for project activities in the call for intervention projects is 217 737.14 EUR.
In accordance with the call for proposals, funding was awarded to projects aligning with the Programme’s definition of quick response (intervention) which obtained at least 75% of the score available. Because of the limited amount earmarked for the call, not all of the proposals scoring above this threshold are able to receive funding.
The Applicants can find the scores and evaluation sheets in the Electronic Grant Application and Management System (EGAMS).
Congratulations to all the organisations whose projects were approved for funding! In the coming days you will receive to your email (indicated in the EGAMS) all the information about further steps required to sign the grant contract.
We also encourage all Applicants, who were not successful this time, to analyse their evaluation sheets and take into account the experts’ recommendations when preparing the next proposal. The second thematic call for proposals (where proposals do not have to be of quick response/intervention character) will be announced on 25th January, 2022.
The first round of the call for intervention projects will continue until December 30th, 2021 (more on the call for intervention projects). Proposals can be submitted in Area 1 and Area 3. Due to the exhaustion of funds earmarked for grants in Area 2 (Promoting social diversity and preventing exclusion), the call for applications for intervention projects in this Area was closed (this applies to the current call for intervention projects).