Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum to re-grant its members – Apply by 12 September
July 29, 2021

Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum to re-grant its members – Apply by 12 September

The Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (EaP CSF) Secretariat launched a call for proposals for civil society organisations under its new re-granting programme. This scheme aims to support the work of EaP CSF members to develop and deliver on the strategic policy, advocacy, and capacity building priorities of the Forum within the regional dimension.

This call for proposals seeks to allocate grant funding to projects which monitor the implementation of EaP targets, deliverables and related reforms (Lot 1), and addressing the EaP CSF’s strategic and advocacy priorities (Lot 2).

The project proposals should particularly focus on strengthening regional cooperation through exchanges of best practices, and coalition and confidence building.

Any project funded through Lot 1 must cover all six EaP countries. Projects funded through Lot 2 should cover at least three EaP countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) with the aim of developing results with a regional perspective and impact.

The EaP CSF Re-granting Scheme (FSTP) is funded by the European Union as part of its support to civil society in the region.

Proposals must be submitted to the email address by 12 September.

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The specific objectives and the application process are described in the Guidelines for Applicants.

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