People in Need, a Czech non-governmental organisation, has announced a European Union-funded grant competition for civil society organisations operating in Syunik, Armenia.
The call aims to support local CSOs in providing time-sensitive community-based social services needed by local communities and forcibly displaced individuals from Nagorno-Karabakh. The applicant CSOs should have at least 1 year of experience in providing social services.
CSOs can propose the establishment of a neighbourhood centre; the provision of local social services to prevent trafficking, labour exploitation and drug use; the launching of a Social Taxi service; the introduction of home care specialists for the long-term care of elderly people living alone or people with mental health problems, etc.
Applicants can come up with several proposals/ideas, but it may be that only one receives an award.
People in Need intends to award five grants (up to €45,000 each, in AMD equivalent).
The deadline for applications is 10 December.
For additional questions or clarifications, an online information meeting will be held on 27 November at 12:00.
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