Armenia: EU-funded project to support eco-clubs and promote eco-attitudes among youth
June 1, 2021

Armenia: EU-funded project to support eco-clubs and promote eco-attitudes among youth


Yerevan Municipality has launched a grant call within the ‘Capital Cities Collaborating on Common Challenges in Hazardous Waste Management – Yerevan, Warsaw, Tirana’ project, funded by the European Union.

Yerevan public schools, as well as public non-formal education centres, can submit applications for the establishment and development of eco-clubs to promote environmental protection.

The project is implemented by Yerevan Municipality. It aims at strengthening urban governance in hazardous waste management, based on peer learning, greater citizens’ participation and mainstreaming best practices.

The total cost of each project under this call must fall between 1.3 million to 1.9 million dram, including at least 5% of co-financing by the applicant.

The deadline for the application submission is 15 June, 2021.

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