The Centre for Strategic Research and Development of Georgia (CSRDG), through its EU-funded project, has announced an open call for partnership grants for organisations willing to mentor/coach and provide necessary advice to less experienced civil society organisations (CSOs).
The main objective of the competition is to strengthen the capacity of regional civil society organisations and facilitate the formation of professional civil society networks.
During 2021-2024, the CSRDG will provide up to 20 partnership grants to mentor organisations to act as mentors/trainers and provide the necessary advice, guidance and counselling to less experienced CSOs. The size of each partnership grant will not exceed €3,000.
The deadline for applications is 31 March.
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