Civil society organisations working in the field of social protection and economic recovery from COVID-19 in the Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts of Ukraine now have until 30 May to apply for support, after the EU and its partner People in Need extended the deadline of their call for proposals under the project ‘Economic Recovery & Livelihoods. Social protection’.
Civil society organisations can receive up to €38,000 to implement their projects under the call.
The call is carried out under the COVID-19 Solidarity programme funded by the European Union.
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