Disadvantaged Groups / Projects

First Programme of Community action in the field of public health (2003-2008)
Health Care in NowHereland - Improving Services for Undocumented Migrants in the EU [Nowherecare]
The project aims at improving the level of health protection for the people of Europe by addressing migrants’ and immigrants’ access, quality and appropriateness of health and social services as i...
The project aims at improving the level of health protection for the people of Europe by addressing migrants’ and immigrants’ access, quality and appropriateness of health and social services as important wider determinants for health, focusing on healthcare services for undocumented migrants (UDMs) as an especially vulnerable group, an increasing public health risk and a group providing difficulties for healthcare providers and health policy.
Start date: 01/01/2008 - End date: 01/01/2011

Call: Health Determinants (Hd 2006)
Topic: Disadvantaged Groups
Second Programme of Community action in the Field of Health 2008-2013
SANL_FY2013 [SANL_FY2013]
Stichting Aids Fonds - STOP AIDS NOW - Soa Aids Nederland (SANL) is host organisation of the network AIDS Action Europe (AAE). SANL is a national organisation that aims to prevent sexually transmitted...
Stichting Aids Fonds - STOP AIDS NOW - Soa Aids Nederland (SANL) is host organisation of the network AIDS Action Europe (AAE). SANL is a national organisation that aims to prevent sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, and improve the quality of STI control in the Netherlands. The operating grant is requested for the core work programme of AAE.
AAE`s mission is to unite civil society to work towards a more effective response to the HIV epidemic in Europe and Central Asia. We strive for better protection of human rights and universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support. We work towards a reduction of health inequalities focussing on most at risk populations and the epidemic in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
We envision a world where people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS can enjoy life free from stigma, discrimination, and persecution, and have universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support.
AAE`s policy, advocacy and linking and learning work is shaped by a set of core values: be accountable and hold others accountable; be transparent; be inclusive; put in practice the GIPA principle (greater involvement of people living with HIV); work from a human rights based approach; facilitate a networking and partnership culture; be cost-effective; and make a difference.
Our mission is communicated through our website, in our promotion leaflet, work plans and annual reports, among others.
Start date: 01/01/2013 - End date: 01/01/2014

Call: Promote Health (Hp-2012)
Topic: Disadvantaged Groups
Second Programme of Community action in the Field of Health 2008-2013
SANL_FY2014 [SANL_FY2014]
Stichting Aids Fonds - STOP AIDS NOW! - Soa Aids Nederland (SANL) is host organisation of the network AIDS Action Europe (AAE). SANL is a national organisation that aims to prevent sexually transmitte...
Stichting Aids Fonds - STOP AIDS NOW! - Soa Aids Nederland (SANL) is host organisation of the network AIDS Action Europe (AAE). SANL is a national organisation that aims to prevent sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, and improve the quality of STI control in the Netherlands. The operating grant is requested for the core work programme of AAE.
AAE’s mission is to bring together civil society to work towards a more effective response to the HIV epidemic in Europe and Central Asia. We strive for the best standards of human rights protection and universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support. We aim to reduce health inequalities focusing on most at risk populations and the epidemic in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
We envision a world where people living with, affected by and vulnerable to HIV/AIDS enjoy life free from stigma, discrimination and persecution, and have access to prevention, treatment, care and support equally across Europe and Central Asia.
AAE`s policy, advocacy and linking and learning work is shaped by a set of core values: be accountable and hold others accountable; be transparent; be inclusive; put in practice the GIPA principle (greater involvement of people living with HIV); work from a human rights based approach; facilitate a networking and partnership culture; be cost-effective; and make a difference.
Our mission is communicated through our website, social media, in our promotion leaflet, work plans and annual reports, among others.
The AAE Steering Committee recently started a strategic discussion which resulted in an adapted and more focused mission and strategic objectives. Throughout 2013 the SC will work on an adapted strategic plan for the coming period.

Start date: 01/01/2014 - End date: 01/01/2015

Call: Promote Health (Hp-2013)
Topic: Disadvantaged Groups
3rd Health Programme (2014-2020)
Proposal for a Specific Grant Agreement 2019 [EPHA 2019 SGA]
EPHA’s proposal for a Specific Grant Agreement (SGA) 2019 has been designed to be as coherent as possible with EPHA’s 2018-2021 Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA). It provides a problem analysi...
EPHA’s proposal for a Specific Grant Agreement (SGA) 2019 has been designed to be as coherent as possible with EPHA’s 2018-2021 Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA). It provides a problem analysis for the activities proposed, taking into account current developments and evidence that are influencing public health.

The proposal defines the 2019 operational SMART objectives in each priority area and how they relate to the multiannual objectives outlined in the FPA. Each 2019 objective is broken down into concrete activities, milestones and deliverables.

In line with the FPA, EPHA is seeking funding to continue working in eight thematic priority areas: prevention of chronic NCDs, access to affordable medicines, antimicrobial resistance, digital health, healthy trade policy, improving access to healthcare for disadvantaged groups, financing for public health, and capacity building. One of the main differences between the 2019 SGA proposal and previous years is that more emphasis will be placed on establishing synergies between these areas. This will enable EPHA to be more results-oriented by fostering cross-fertilisation of ideas and action, strengthening the evidence base and working effectively as a network through our diverse membership. A strong focus is placed on ensuring transfer of knowledge between the EU and national level to support the priorities of the 3rd Health Programme and the European Commission, and to emphasise the added value of EU health policymaking.

Moreover, the proposal describes the planning and implementation of EPHA’s Work Programme, including the resources required to accomplish it (staff and budget), the target audience(s) for each activity and how deliverables will be disseminated. It also shows how the work will be evaluated, with indicators provided for each objective. The final part explains how EPHA’s operational and financial management structure supports the successful delivery, with a detailed budget accompanying the proposal.

Start date: 01/01/2019 - End date: 31/12/2019

Call: Financial contribution to the functioning of non-governmental bodies (Operating grants)
Topic: Disadvantaged Groups
Second Programme of Community action in the Field of Health 2008-2013
Improving Quality in HIV Prevention [QHP]
To increase the effectiveness of HIV prevention using practical Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Improvement (QI) tools, this Joint Action`s objectives are: To train at least 60 experts in participa...
To increase the effectiveness of HIV prevention using practical Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Improvement (QI) tools, this Joint Action`s objectives are: To train at least 60 experts in participating Member States (MS) to provide capacity building and technical assistance to programs/projects applying QA/QI tools adapted to HIV prevention; to ensure that experts attain the knowledge and skills for providing technical support to those using QA/QI; to liaise with participating programs and projects in support of at least 80 applications of QA/QI tools and to collect and analyse data on the process and results; to develop, adopt and disseminate a Charter for Quality in HIV Prevention` with agreed quality principles and criteria to assess and improve the quality of programs and projects; to produce recommended policy statements and strategic actions for incorporating QA/QI into HIV prevention strategies, policies and action plans at the European, regional and MS levels.
Start date: 01/03/2013 - End date: 01/03/2016

Call: Improve Citizen''S Health Security (Hs-2012)
Topic: Disadvantaged Groups