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  • PROSPECT – The link to the e-Calls PROSPECT application, for applying to published calls for proposals. For more information on how to apply, please refer to the e-Calls PROSPECT documentation.

Useful links

  • Online IT support – To contact the IT Helpdesk.
  • User manual – list of useful material (user manuals, FAQs, etc.)




Legal type

The "Legal type" defines whether the organisation is a body governed by public law or by private law. This information is defined by the “Legal form” of the organisation.

Private law body: an entity governed by the national private law of the State in which it has been established. Example: an entity set up by articles of association like a foundation.

Public law body: an entity set up under and governed by the national public law of the State in which it has been established. Example: an entity set up by law or decree like a public agency.

Legal form

It is the official legal status of the organisation, as displayed in its statutes (or equivalent document). In case you identify that the “Legal form” elements are inconsistent with the country's legal forms, please contact IT Support INTPA SUPPORT SERVICES.


Select ”Yes” if it is a non-governmental organisation. Otherwise, select “No”.


Defines the type of development actor.

Profit making

It is an organisation which distributes profits to private shareholders or members, instead of using it for activities of public benefit only.

VAT number

The VAT number is the Value Added Tax identification number. This identifier is usually composed of 2 digit prefix that corresponds to the country followed by a series of alphanumeric characters (e.g. BE09999999999).

Any spaces or punctuation characters should be excluded.

Target groups

The field will define what group will be reached by your action (e.g. students, children, consumers, etc.)


Sectors are used to better define the organisation's field of activity.


The users on the “User list” will also automatically have view permissions to all the organisation's applications to calls for proposals in e-Calls PROSPECT (as soon as the profile is signed). You can manage the user permissions per application directly in e-Calls PROSPECT – for more information, please consult the relevant e-Calls PROSPECT Manual for Applicants.

2.3.2 Signing the profile - How to validate the profile / get the EuropeAid ID?