What is the solidarity fund used for?
The Solidarity Fund has been created as a platform for all South Africans, from the public and private sectors, civil society, as well as the general public, to unite the nation in our response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Can the UK still get EU funding?
Funding for most Horizon 2020 projects continue for the project’s lifetime, even for projects that finish after 31 December 2020. Payment arrangements stay the same, and UK participants can continue to lead projects. They still receive any: remaining ERC, MSCA or EIC Accelerator funding they’ve been awarded.
Is the UK still eligible for EU funding?
UK entities are not eligible to participate in the EIC Fund part of the EIC Accelerator, since the UK decided not to take part in financial instruments of the EU. This means UK entities can apply for grants under the Accelerator but they will not be eligible for loans or equity.
Who qualifies for Mom connect Solidarity Fund?
Those who have been severely impacted by COVID-19 were able to apply for The Solidarity Fund grant voucher which was distributed as a cash send pin to mobile phones. These could be redeemed at over 5000 ATMs and 2500 retailers nationwide.
How do I claim from solidarity?
What do you need in order to claim this donation deduction? Similar to any other donation, you would need a Section 18A donation certificate from the Solidarity Fund. If you have not received one already, you can apply for this on the Solidarity Fund’s website.
Can UK still apply for EU funding?
The UK’s association to Horizon Europe The EU is still in the process of formalising the UK’s association. But UK-based applicants can begin applying straight away. You do not need to wait for the EU to formalise association.
Are we still funding the EU?
You’ll continue to get any funding you’ve been awarded, even funding you’re due to get after 31 December 2020. Although the UK has left the EU you’ll continue to get any EU funding you’ve already been awarded. This includes funding you’re due to continue getting after 31 December 2020.
How much has the EU invested in the UK?
Public and private sector organisations in the UK receive funding from the EU through various channels – the UK received a total of €6.6 billion (about £5.9 billion) in 2018.
Who funded Horizon 2020?
The UK government is encouraging UK organisations to continue to bid into calls for new Horizon 2020 grant funding for the lifetime of the Horizon 2020 programme and, if successful, funding will be provided by the Commission. This includes Horizon 2020 calls that extend into 2021, after the transition period has ended.