Erasmus+ is the EU's program to support Capacity-building projects in higher education promoting cooperation and partnerships that have an impact on the modernization and internationalization of higher education institutions and systems in Partner Countries, with a special focus on Partner Countries neighboring the EU.
HarISA Project is funded by European Union and its budget correlates with proposed activities. The 29.64 % of the project is dedicated to staff cost, 24.63 % for equipment, and 40.3 % for travel cost and cost of stay and 5.43 % for subcontracting. Dissemination costs and administrative costs will be co-financed by each PI. Equipment will be purchased to equip diagnostic and training hubs at PIs facilities from partner countries. Overall, 37.11 % of the work will be carried out by teachers/trainers, 47.00 % by administrative support, 4.87 % by technicians and 11.02 % by management support.
Management days are allocated to the PC and WPLs to lead their WPs and to the partners to be represented in the MB meetings. Researcher days will be allocated for teachers working during the WP meetings and to produce intellectual outputs of the project (documents, teaching material, draft of curriculum etc…). Technical and administrative days will be used for preparation of material to be published on the web page and to carry out all administrative and financial support at 12 partners. Cost of stay and travel costs are proposed for meetings and for student (182 students) and staff (442) mobility.
Summary of the project funding requirements you may find here