Non-governmental organisations registered in Georgia are invited to participate in a grant competition aimed at improving access to social services for temporarily displaced persons (IDPs) at a municipal level.
The competition is part of the “Strengthening Social Protection in Georgia” project implemented by Expertise France and the Czech Development Agency, with the support of the European Union. The aim of the project is to support the Government of Georgia and state organisations in improving social services, developing evidence-based policies and enhancing social protection rights.
Projects proposed for the grant can conduct a rapid assessment of the situation of IDPs in different municipalities, their access to municipal services and the implementation of their rights in both cases, conduct interviews with several international organisations working in this field, propose communication channels and social platforms to disseminate information to IDPs; organise local trainings and activities to raise awareness of IDPs on social protection services and how to access them, etc.
The maximum grant amount is €20,000.
The deadline for applications is 20 August.
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