EEA and Norway Grants Information about the public health programmes funded through the EEA and Norway Grants. Les på norsk Contact The Public Health Programmes within the EEA and Norway Grants Article Updated 04.05.2020 About the EEA Grants Through close collaboration with the EU through the EEA agreement and EEA Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway contribute to reducing disparities in Europe. Article Updated 13.05.2020 Public health programmes 2014–2021 Improved prevention and reduced inequalities in health in Europe are the aims of the public health programmes financed through the EEA and Norway Grants. Article Published 14.12.2017 What is a Donor Programme Partner (DPP)? Norwegian public institutions and expert agencies participate in developing national programmes and contribute with knowledge and experience in implementing the EEA Grants. Show more For Project Partners New EEA network on children and adolescent health Who can apply for funding and how? EEA collaboration – Opportunities in health Useful links The Government web page on the EEA and Norway Grants Financial Mechanism Office EEAGrants.org Programme area n°6 - European Public Health Challenges (pdf) Mid-Term Review of the EEA and Norway Grants 2009−14 (pdf) Guide for applicants See also: Theme International Health Registry Projects (eRegistries) The eRegistries approach aims to minimise data collection efforts while maximising use of data. It ensures health information is always available to the person who needs it, when they need it. Theme WHO, EU, Bilateral Collaboration The Norwegian Institute of Public Health is engaged in global health issues and has established research collaboration and projects with international partners. Theme Global Health Preparedness Programme Information on the NIPH cooperation with other countries to strengthen the public health preparedness globally.