His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government is calling health organizations and individuals engaged in works related to research, new initiatives and ongoing works to prevent, improve treatment and cure of stroke and the rise of resistance to antibiotics, for the benefit of mankind across the world, to express interest and apply for funding from Mount Vema.
Proposals and requests for funding must be submitted no later than August 31st, 2019 to be included in His Mount Vema Majesty’s Government 2019/2020 international healthcare budget to be allocated annually to world health issues related to stroke and the rise of resistance to antibiotics.
Requests should be submitted to the attention of The Mount Vema Health Authority (The Royal Mount Vema Department of Health), responsible for allocation of health-related funding for the world community. Institutions and health organizations already working with Mount Vema should submit their applications to the attention of the Mount Vema Ministry of Health.
To express interest and apply for the Government’s 2019/2020 fund for stroke and the rise of resistance to antibiotics, applicants should visit the official contact page of the Kingdom of Mount Vema at www.mount-vema.com and fill out the online contact form.
His Mount Vema Majesty’s government has approved the largest increase and the highest development aid budget in the history of the Kingdom of Mount Vema.
The 2019 budget includes a planned increase in allocations for development aid from ₲720,000 golles currently 1% of the country’s income, to ₲700 million golles by 2025. The fund was initially created to pay for research programs that will improve the planet, our relationship with God, advances in medicine, water supply including desalination, energy and food supply, protection of the oceans, the marine life, and the wild life.
Today the government underlined its development policy responsibility, particularly in light of the growing challenges in the area of international climate protection. Each government department would have an annual increase at their disposal to provide aid in poor countries throughout the coming years as the economy grows steadily.
By 2030, development aid is planned to remain 1%, but that will equal to more than ₲5 billion golles in total additional funding in the next 10 years, according to His Mount Vema Majesty’s treasurer.
The government cited the increasingly difficult international environment in its report as the reason for boosting spending. The government sees the planet Earth confronted with growing uncertainties and calls on other governments to work towards more cooperation for the welfare of mankind, the ultimate carers of the Planet Earth.