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European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations
Calls for proposal
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Every year the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO) publishes a number of calls for proposals concerning a range of relief and civil protection efforts. These calls for proposals are not for humanitarian funding which can be found under the Financing decisions.

2022 calls

  • Single Country Grants for Disaster Risk Management (Track 1)

    NEW! The CORRIGENDUM to the Conditions for application (Annex II) has been added.
    Please note that the section 4: Budget availability (p.4) now includes a reference to the maximum amount of €750,000 per grant awarded.

    This action aims to help civil protection authorities fill technical and/or financial gaps to preparing investments or to strengthening their institutional and policy framework for disaster risk management.

    Deadline: 27/06/2022 at 17:00 CET
    Single Country Grants for Disaster Risk Management (Track 1): Supporting documents for application
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    (2.78 MB - ZIP)
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  • ECPP adaptation grants 2022

    The objective of the action is to upgrade or repair response capacities to a state of readiness and availability that makes them deployable as part of the European Civil Protection Pool (ECPP., under the Union Civil Protection Mechanism (UCPM).

    Entities established in an EU Member State or UPCM participating state (Iceland, Montenegro, Norway, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, and Turkey) are eligible.

    Please note that all grant applications must be submitted i) either by the national civil protection authorities and their affiliated entities or ii) by other entities with the compulsory endorsement of the national civil protection authority.

    Deadline: 10/06/2022 at 17:00 CET
    ECPP adaptation grants 2022: Conditions for awarding grants and annexes
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  • Call for Proposals on Knowledge Network Partnership 2022

 

2021 calls

  • ECPP adaptation grants 2021
    The objective of the action is to upgrade or repair COVID-19 and other health related response capacities to a state of readiness and availability that makes them deployable as part of the European Civil Protection Pool, under the EU Civil Protection Mechanism.

    Entities established in an EU Member State or EU Civil Protection Mechanism participating state (Iceland, Montenegro, Norway, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, and Turkey) are eligible.

    Please note that all grant applications must be submitted i) either by the national civil protection authorities and their affiliated entities or ii) by other entities with the compulsory endorsement of the national civil protection authority.

    New Deadline: 14/01/2022 at 17:00 CET.
    ECPP adaptation grants 2021: Conditions for awarding grants and annexes
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    (1.61 MB - ZIP)
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  • rescEU: Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear decontamination
    The objective of the action is to develop chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) decontamination capacities to be made available under rescEU, as part of a European safety net to be used when other existing response capacities are overwhelmed.

    Entities established in an EU Member State or EU Civil Protection Mechanism participating state (Iceland, Montenegro, Norway, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, and Turkey) are eligible.

    Please note that all grant applications must be submitted by Member States' competent authorities or other entities authorised by the Member State to develop rescEU capacities and to request and receive financial support from the Commission on behalf of that Member State.

    Deadline: 30/09/2021 at 17:00 CET.
    Call Document – CBRN decontamination

 

  • rescEU: Medical stockpiling
    The purpose of the action is to develop rescEU stockpiles of medical countermeasures and/or personal protective equipment, aimed at combatting serious cross-border threats to health. These capacities will be available under rescEU, as part of a European safety net to be used when other existing response capacities are overwhelmed.

    Entities established in an EU Member State or EU Civil Protection Mechanism participating state (Iceland, Montenegro, Norway, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, and Turkey) are eligible.

    Please note that all grant applications must be submitted by Member States' competent authorities or other entities authorised by the Member State to develop rescEU capacities and to request and receive financial support from the Commission on behalf of that Member State.
    Deadline: 30/09/2021 at 17:00 CET.
    Call Document – medical stockpiling

 

  • ECPP adaptation grants 2021
    The objective of the action is to upgrade or repair response capacities to a state of readiness and availability that makes them deployable as part of the European Civil Protection Pool, under the EU Civil Protection Mechanism (UCPM).

    Entities established in an EU Member State or UPCM participating state (Iceland, Montenegro, Norway, Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia, and Turkey) are eligible.

    Please note that all grant applications must be submitted i) either by the national civil protection authorities and their affiliated entities or ii) by other entities with the compulsory endorsement of the national civil protection authority.

    Deadline: 24/09/2021 at 17:00 CET.
    Conditions for awarding grants and annexes.

 

  • Single Country Grants for Disaster Risk Management (Track 1)
    This action aims to help civil protection authorities fill technical and/or financial gaps to preparing investments or to strengthening their institutional and policy framework for disaster risk management.

    Please note that this action is only for National Civil Protection authorities.
    Deadline: 24/09/2021 at 17:00 CET.
    Application supporting documents.
    UPDATED! Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), version 2, 09/09/2021

 

 

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