An EU-funded project in Armenia announces a grant competition for civil society organisations working in the field of social services for vulnerable people.
The aim of the competition is to support local CSOs in implementing, piloting, expanding and/or improving community-based social services for poor, vulnerable and marginalised groups in Akhuryan, Gyumri, Ijevan, Noyemberyan, Armavir, Metsamor, Goris, Sisian, and Tatev communities, in line with the local social plan priorities.
Non-profit organisations registered in Armenia with experience of implementing projects related to the provision of social services in Armenian regions are eligible to apply.
The deadline for applications is 29 August.
The call is launched as a part of ‘Strong CSOs and local partnerships for accountable communities and inclusive social protection in Armenia’ project, run by the Association of the Armenian Social Workers in partnership with Hilfswerk International, ‘Partnership and Teaching’ NGO, and ‘Family and Community’ NGO.
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