The Georgian Anika association, which protects the rights of people with disabilities and ensures equal opportunities for them with EU support, has announced a grant call for the development of social services in four regions of Georgia.
The call aims to empower civil society organisations in Adjara, Guria, Imereti and Kakheti to meet the needs of vulnerable groups.
The deadline is 6 April.
The Anika Association is implementing a three-year project ‘Strengthening Civil Society for the Development of Social Services’ with the support and funding of the European Union.
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