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Eu Indirect Management Delegation Agreement

Posted by on September 19, 2021

Do you work for a United Nations organisation, an international organisation (e.g.B. IFRC) or a national agency of a Member State and would like to know how to work properly with EU funds? Improve your capabilities in the implementation of EU-funded projects with this course, which focuses on the main rules of pillar assessed grant or delegation agreements (PAGoDA). The course begins with an introduction to the two management modes under which you can work with the EU, direct management and indirect management, in order to highlight the main differences. It also addresses the main challenges faced by the main actors (the lead organisation and different partners) with regard to cost eligibility, accounting, reporting, change management, communication and visibility and audit of expenditures. 2-day attendance course to strengthen the implementation capacity of an EU-funded project, in accordance with the rules of PAGoDA Art 4&nbspThe presentation of reports and final payment request The course is most effective when combined with eLearning “All you need to know about PAGoDA”. Article 2&nbspThe entry of the agreement and the period of implementation of the action. Improving capacities and capacities for the sound management of EU-funded projects in accordance with PAGoDA rules IMDA enables UN agencies to cooperate with other bodies, such as. B implementing partners and sub-delegates, to achieve EU objectives. It is important to stress that the UN Agency cannot perform functions that involve political decisions.

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