Medium Grants 2022
Status of the procedure
The deadline for submitting project outlines for this year's ideas competition was 13 December 2022, 23:59 (CET).
A total of 143 outlines were submitted, 71 of which were assigned to the youth funding priority and 72 to the private sector cooperation funding priority. 108 implementing organisations from 14 different countries took part in the ideas competition.
All outlines whose project ideas could not be considered in this year's call for proposals were informed by email. The selected outlines will be invited to submit a detailed project proposal.
The final selection of the most promising project outlines was made by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) and the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV).
The final selection contains nine projects with a total funding amount of approx. 6.5 million euros. Five of these projects fall under funding priority I, which is the responsibility of the BMWK, and four projects fall under funding priority II, which is the responsibility of the BMUV (funding amount: approx. 3.1 million euros).
The selected projects are expected to start in the fourth quarter of 2023.
The 2022 call of the IKI Medium Grants focuses on:
- Accelerating towards net-zero emissions: Empowering youth-led initiatives for climate change mitigation
- Innovative collaborations between civil society and the private sector for integrated biodiversity and climate protection
The following projects were selected to submit a project application in funding priority I:
The following projects were selected to submit a project application in funding priority II:
Documents on the selection procedure
Online seminar on the current call
Online seminars IKI Medium Grants technical requirements
Recording of the online seminar 2021
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