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Financial commitments to the first joint call


The UK

The UK has confirmed its financial commitment to the first ERANID joint transnational call. The Department of Health has confirmed its participation in the ERANID first call, with a funding of up to £750,000, over 3 years from 2016/17. One to three proposals with UK partners will be envisaged.

Belgium
The Belgian government is willing to commit a budget of €500.000 in the first Joint call of ERANID. Each Belgian partner participating in a proposal from a research consortium can apply up to €250.000, which ensures that Belgium can fund 2, and possibly 3, projects in this call. The budget is drawn from the Federal Research Programme Drugs that is managed by BELSPO. Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Vlaanderen (FWO) commits € 200.000.

The Netherlands
The Dutch Ministry of Health confirmed the intention to fund a total of €700.000 for the first call. Dutch partners can each apply for a maximum of €250.000.

Italy
The department for Anti-Drug Policies of the Presidency of the council of Ministers of Italy has made a budget of €300.000 available for this call. A maximum of €100.000 is determined for each proposal.

France
The French Interministerial Mission for Combating Drugs and Addictive Behaviours has confirmed an amount of €300.000 in total for 2 calls. In 2016 €200.000 is available and in 2017/2018 an amount of €100.000, with a limitation of €100.000 per proposal.

Portugal
The Portuguese government has committed itself to fund €200.000 in total for both calls. Each Portuguese partner can apply for €30.000 – 50.000 per proposal.

Germany
The German Federal Ministry of Health confirmed to fund an amount of €600.000 over three years (€200.000 per year), with a maximum of €100.000 for each proposal.

Sweden
The Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare has made a budget of €900.000 available (€300.000 per year). One can apply up to €100.000 for each proposal.

Poland
The Polish National Bureau for Drug Prevention has made €51.000 available (€17.000 per year).