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EIDHR – Integral Health of Indigenous People – 2021

Thematic funding instrument for external aid to support projects that promote democracy and human rights worldwide.

626.424 euros

Appeal framework

Institution European Commission
Regions Latin America


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Priorities and funded actions

* To contribute to the development of preventive measures and protection of the right to comprehensive health for indigenous communities, with emphasis on the most marginalised, minority and/or rural groups, in the current context of the Covid and post-Covid crisis,
* Enable the development of collective and/or individual income-generating activities in the field of health that respect the values of indigenous communities
* To guarantee complementarity between ordinary and traditional health systems, as well as better integration of the notion of integral health of indigenous peoples in public health policies

Priority 1: Strengthening the internal capacities of communities, and developing adapted tools and processes to promote efficient prevention and awareness actions in the face of health emergencies that complement the regular health system,
Priority 2: as a complement to the regular health system, the accompaniment, monitoring and follow-up of people in the communities who cannot benefit from comprehensive health care, in particular the most vulnerable people in the communities.

Among financed actions
– Projects that include effective participation of traditional authorities in connection with local health authorities.
– Interventions that are integrated with other health and specialist services to encourage referral and coordinated care
– Projects that strongly involve members of the indigenous communities, in particular young people, in all stages of the project (formulation, implementation, evaluation, approach to sustainability strategies, governance bodies, etc.).
– Projects that value the traditional knowledge of the communities (especially the practices of traditional medicine) and that integrate in their strategy traditional forms of community life, as well as their linguistic and cultural diversity

The main objective of the action cannot be the production of studies or analyses, but preference will be given to actions that demonstrate a concrete impact among members of indigenous communities on the ground.

Additionnal information 
* This call of proposals is an open call of proposals 

* Initial duration of the action : 36 months 

– Be a legal person and be a civil society organisation or a network of civil society organisations or a community organisation
* In the case of existing networks but without legal personality, the proposal must be submitted by one of the members of the network, who must necessarily have legal personality and legal representation to act on behalf of the other members. In addition, the proposal must include the list of network members.
* In the case of networks that are in the process of being created, the proposal may be submitted by one of the members of the network, which must necessarily have legal personality and the capacity to represent the future members of the network
– not to make a profit and;
– be established in Bolivia and;
– be directly responsible, with its co-applicant(s) and affiliated entity(ies), for the preparation and management of the action and not simply act as an intermediary.



* Amount of the grant: between 500.000 and 663.724 euros 
* Co-financing rate: between 60 et 95% of total eligible costs 

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