Georgia: grants of up to €10,000 on initiatives preventing violence against women
July 19, 2022

Georgia: grants of up to €10,000 on initiatives preventing violence against women

In the framework of an EU-funded project, the ‘Women’s Fund in Georgia’ NGO has announced a grant competition on ‘Preventing Violence against Women’. 

The aim of the competition, which is open for non-governmental organisations and initiative groups working on womens’ issues, is to eradicate domestic and gender-based violence.

Possible activities include:

  • Initiatives involving the protection of women’s rights, advocacy and lobbying;
  • Provision of services;
  • Legislative initiatives, documenting the violation of the rights of women and LBTQI+ persons;
  • Monitoring the implementation of laws and conventions;
  • Victim support programmes;
  • Development/implementation of preventive mechanisms;
  • Ensuring the safety of victims of gender-based violence (including digital safety);
  • Raising the awareness of the local population.

Priority will be given to project initiatives targeting Kakheti, Racha-Lechkhumi – Kvemo Svaneti, Imereti and Kvemo Kartli.

The maximum grant amount is €10,000.

The deadline for applications is 20 August.

The project – ‘Contribution to Elimination of Gender Based Violence and Domestic Violence in Georgia’ – is financed by the European Union and implemented by ‘The Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT)’ and its partners, including the Women’s Fund in Georgia.

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August 20, 2022



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