DG ECHO Resilience Marker Guidelines
A you know, the European Commission is committed to support strengthening of resilience throughout its interventions. The Resilience Marker (Section 8 of the Single Form) is a tool to assess to what extent humanitarian actions funded by DG ECHO integrate resilience considerations by accounting and addressing risks related to climate change, environmental degradation, natural and biological hazards, conflict and epidemics to the extent relevant to humanitarian action.
In this framework, DG ECHO just published the General Guidelines for Resilience Marker containining explanations and examples on how to assess and include resilnece in humanitarian actions. Have a look!
When Financial Support to third parties is a mandatory component of the projects
Have you noticed that several active calls for proposals that are published on the DG INTPA dedicated website, include the financial support activity as an essential component of the project to be proposed?
Time of Calls for Proposals
Call for proposals expiring in the next coming weeks/month are published in the DG INTPA website
New Contribution Agreement
On May 2022, a new Contribution Agreement has been adopted
NEW Guidelines for communication and visibility activities for external actions
2018 Communication and Visibility Manual has been replaced with the "Communicating and raising EU visibility: Guidance for external actions"