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Ekhaga Foundation


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Categories: Call for proposals

Ekhaga Foundation

Deadline: 31st May 2012
Interest Area(s): Environment; Health & Medical Research


Ekhagastiftelsen (Ekhaga foundation) was founded by Gösta Videgård in Sweden in
1944 and since then has  supported research in ecological agriculture and biological
medicine. Within AGRICULTURE the foundation supports research relating to
improvement and further development of ecological agriculture (ecologically well
suited agricultural systems where chemical compounds for fertilization and other
uses are replaced with ecological and biological measures of promoting production).
Here the goal should be the production of high quality food that are well suited at
improving the public health and development. Further, research in preparation and
storage of food with natural technology can be supported. Within MEDICINE the
foundation supports research relating to the improvement and further development
of such methods of healing that are natural and suited to promote the inherent
human ability of self-healing. The holistic view of the human health, where not only
medicine but also the effects of food and environment are observed, is here
of great importance. Research in the significance of the environment and the
way of life for the state of health is also supported. The foundation has no
restrictions from which country an application comes from, however applicants from
outside Europe require the cooperation of a European institution.

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