Due Date: 4.9 2018. Open to applicants registered and based in Georgia including local public authorities, governmental institutions, NGOs, academic institutions, non-formal local community groups, and individuals conducting social activities. Projects must be conducted in close cooperation with local civic partners in Georgia, but can include elements/actions organized in Poland.
Two types of activities will be supported: (1) Fully independent projects/activities, and (2) Small interventions to ongoing projects/programs/activities. Funding Levels: (a) Micro Project: EUR 2 000-15 000; (b) Small Project: EUR 15 000-25 000.
Proposals should include at least one of the following thematic priorities:
- increasing institutional capacity of the entities engaged in the process of decentralization
- implementation of regional development policy, including support for the tourism sector;
- disaster risk reduction management system
- better access to social services
- capacity and infrastructural development of centers/institutions for people with disabilities, victims of domestic violence and children deprived of parental custody;
- social integration of people with disabilities, victims of domestic violence and children deprived of parental custody;
- strengthening the care system and protecting the rights of children deprived of parental custody, people with disabilities and victims of domestic violence.
Concept Notes may include elements carried out in Poland, however it is not necessary to plan them fully. Ideas using Polish know-how will be particularly appreciated, not as a partnership with specific Polish entities, but instead representing a flow of thoughts, ideas, and experiences.
The Small Project Fund GE is implemented by Solidarity Fund PL and financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland within the framework of the Polish development cooperation program – Polish Aid.