Work for a United Nations organization, an international organization (for example. B IFRC) or for a national agency of a Member State and would you like to know how to work properly with EU funding? Improve your skills in implementing the EU-funded project through this course, focusing on the main rules for assessing the pillars of financial or delegation agreements (PAGoDA). The course begins with the introduction of the two modes of management, under which you can work with the EU, direct administration and indirect administration to highlight the main differences. In addition, the main challenges faced by key players (the leading organization and the various partners) in terms of cost eligibility, accounting, reporting, change management, communication and visibility, and expenditure review will be addressed. Special Conditions: The 6 Articles of the Special Conditions describe the most important elements of the action. (See below to find out what`s in each article) 2-day teaching to strengthen the capacity to implement the EU-funded project under THE PAGoDA rules The general conditions for indirect management delegation agreements: as stated in Article 1.1 of IMDA, they set out the general administrative, financial and administrative conditions for the implementation and conclusion of each specific action funded by ECHO. They are an integral part of the delegation agreement, even if they are not substantially attributed to it. Improving the capacity and capacity for the proper management of EU-funded projects in accordance with PAGoDA rules The form to follow is the proposal that international organisations fulfil and submit to ECHO when submitting a proposal. The IMDA is established in accordance with the information contained in the single approved form. IMDA allows UN agencies to cooperate with other agencies, such as partnering and sub-delegates, to achieve EU objectives. It is important to stress that the UN agency cannot carry out its tasks through political decisions.

In practice, this means that the UN agency cannot go beyond the objectives and results of the action without the ECHO agreement. Each agreement between ECHO and the relevant UN agency has a reference number (as indicated in the title of the agreement). A report and final payment request The special terms of the IMDA must be signed by both parties. The language of the agreement is English or French. Depending on the language of the single form, the language of the IMDA in turn determines the language to be used for communication. The IMDA is composed of the following elements, which are an integral part of the agreement: Art. The course is most effective when combined with the online learning “All you need to know about PAGoDA” online. Echo provides specific grants to partners of humanitarian organisations, agencies and international organisations for the implementation of EU-funded humanitarian actions. If ECHO decides to grant a specific grant to a United Nations agency or an international organization, it proposes to sign a delegation agreement of the United Nations Joint Organization (AMDA). When signing an IMDA, the Commission agrees that the partner should become its delegate. This means that it will be placed in the Commission`s position in carrying out most of the tasks of carrying out the action.

Especially when the agreement is signed, the partner agrees to carry out the action under its own responsibility. Article 2 of the agreement and the period of implementation of the Action Management Declaration: this is a formal declaration that the UN Agency must present (if any) on the basis of the presentation provided by the Commission (available below).