The AAL Programme has published the full report covering the statistics of its Call 2019 submitted and evaluated project proposals titled ‘Smart Solutions for Ageing Well’, which gives insights on the main results observed in the previous funding Call 2019.
The Call deadline was on May 24, 2019 with an indicative total funding of 27,775,400 €, which was committed by 21 national funding authorities from 16 AAL Partner States and the European Commission. In total 83 proposals were submitted, namely 59 collaborative projects and 24 small collaborative projects.
Find the report below:
Overall, 536 partner organisations participated in in applying for the Call, with end-user organisations being the leaders accounting for 178 organisations with closely following SMEs accounting for 174.
The majority of organisations applied for collaborative project proposals with 420 organisations, while 116 aimed to be a part of small collaborative project consortium. The Netherlands and Austria led with the biggest number of partners applying for projects with Switzerland closely following.
Resulting from the evaluation process, 40 proposals were listed on the evaluation ranking list, which reached 38.26 mio € requested funding for 29 collaborative and 11 small collaborative projects.
The report further highlights the distribution of partners, requested funding and the results showing the latest trends on the AAL project funding. Read more about the proposal, showing the trends both for the collaborative and small collaborative projects in the full report.