Armenia: EU-funded grants for organisations ready to tackle poverty in Shirak, Lori and Tavush

Armenia: EU-funded grants for organisations ready to tackle poverty in Shirak, Lori and Tavush


The EU-funded ‘Community poverty reduction know how’ project in Armenia offers new grant opportunities for non-profit organisations registered in Armenia and operating in either the Shirak, Lori or Tavush regions.

The aim of the competition is to generate new ideas to address poverty and deprivation in the Shirak, Lori and Tavush regions. Projects applying for funding should use tools such as social entrepreneurship, participatory budgeting, non-formal education and capacity building.

This call for proposals is launched by the Eurasia Partnership Foundation in partnership with the Caucasus Research Resource Centre (CRRC – Armenia), the Economic Development and Research Centre and Hrant Matevosyan Foundation. 

The deadline for applications is 20 August.

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CLOSING DATE

August 20, 2022

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