Armenia: call for CSOs to support jobs for vulnerable groups

Armenia: call for CSOs to support jobs for vulnerable groups


The EU’s COVID-19 Solidarity Programme is launching a call for partnership in Armenia to empower local CSOs to influence longer-term policy developments with a focus on inclusive employability for targeted vulnerable groups (unemployed, women, youth, people with disabilities, and displaced people in all regions of Armenia).

The call is organised by People in Need (PIN), a non-governmental organisation, as part of the EU-funded ‘COVID-19 Solidarity Programme for Eastern Partnership’ to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and to contribute to the longer-term socio-economic resilience of vulnerable groups.

The partnership is envisioned for a period of 10 months. Within this partnership, selected CSOs will benefit from individual support in developing an advocacy strategy, tailor-made advocacy trainings, and financial support to implement their advocacy activities (the maximum amount available is €4,000 per strategy).

The deadline to apply is 11 October.

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CLOSING DATE

October 11, 2021

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