The EU-funded STRIVE project in Armenia is looking to fund emergency response projects to address the immediate needs of communities and individuals across Armenia to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2020 armed conflict and their humanitarian, social and economic consequences.
The call is open for all non-profit organisations registered in Armenia.
Up to 25 grants will be awarded. Each grant should fall between 2.5 million and 10 million Armenian drams.
The ‘STRIVE for a better future: communities and civil society resilience in Armenia’ project is implemented by the Near East Foundation Belgium in partnership with four local civil society organisations, and aims to improve the resilience, sustainability, accountability, and capacity for innovation of Armenian CSOs.
The deadline for applications is 22 May.
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