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In order to be eligible for the MLA programme, your entities must fit into one of the categories listed below:

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a. Supranational All organizations/institutions that have a discernable regulatory or legislative role across many national governments.
b. National / Federal All governmental organizations/institutions that are managed at the federal/national level, and have a remit for governing across a nation state or country. This will include parliamentary bodies and judicial bodies with powers of setting or deciding on the rule of law.
c. Regional / State / Provincial An intermediate tier of Government that does not cover an entire country but has multiple areas of local government within their governing jurisdiction. This includes (1) all governmental organizations/institutions that are managed at the state/regional level and which are called variously: regions, departments, states, landers, counties, or provinces; and (2) all departments, parliamentary bodies, regulatory authorities and judicial bodies with powers of setting or deciding on the rule of law in that region, department, state, lander, county or province.
d. Local / Municipal The lowest level of Government and associated administration. This includes all governmental organizations/institutions that are managed at the city, town, district, regency municipality, village, township, commune and ward level, (e.g. recreation, refuse collection, fire service, control of local services, and implementation of some national services).
e. Healthcare Any governmental organizations/institutions that provide health care services and coverage, set or decide on health care policy across a nation state or country, provide funding for health care services and coverage, or have a regulatory role in health care services and coverage.
f. Other Government Organisations Any organization that is singularly accountable to, and ultimately controlled by, an internationally recognized Nation State Government. Any organization created by legislation to perform a public purpose as described in the relevant enabling legislation or the articles of association/objectives of that organization (e.g., statutory boards, municipal corporations, government research organizations).

For more information, download the eligible entities document to check your compliance against our requirements.

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