1. Call for Applications for Small Grants for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) active in the field of Ending Violence Against Women and Girls in Moldova

Deadline: April 29

The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) Moldova Office plans to award small grants to eligible Civil Society Organizations with up to USD 10,000. Small Grants are intended exclusively to finance a limited range of eligible activities to support the development or strengthening of CSOs’ institutional capacities active in the area of Ending Violence Against Women and Girls.

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2. CFPs: Strengthening CSOs and Academia in Gender Data Analysis in Georgia

Deadline: May 8

UN Women announced a call for proposals aimed at increasing the capacity of local universities, research organizations and CSOs to collect, analyse and use gender data from various sources and translate it into advocacy campaigns, evidence-based actions and policy recommendations.’

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3. Democracy Commission Small Grants Program in Georgia

Deadline: May 2

U.S. Embassy Tbilisi announced an open competition for Democracy Commission Small Grants Program (DemCom).  The purpose of the Democracy Commission Small Grants Program is to award grants for specific projects that support democracy, enhance the development of free media, civil society, and foster economic growth through education advocacy. Grants will be awarded to higher education institutions, vocational colleges, non-governmental, non-profit organizations based and registered in Georgia

The maximum amount of a grant is $50,000 per project.

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4. Community-Building Initiatives Program  in Azerbaijan

Deadline: May 15

The Embassy of the United States of America in Azerbaijan announces a call for proposals to support community-building initiatives that will increase the ability of local communities to identify and solve their problems and stimulate greater civic participation.

It will also fund innovative individual initiatives to enhance Azerbaijan’s prosperity and well-being. The competition is open to all well-developed, innovative community-building initiatives that will help build vibrant communities that can address local needs and collaborate on solutions. 

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5. U.S. Mission to Uzbekistan: Public Diplomacy Small Grants Program

Deadline: June 18

The U.S. Department of State’s Embassy Tashkent Public Diplomacy Section (PDS) announces the availability of funding through the Embassy’s Public Diplomacy Small Grants Program.

Based on funding availability, projects awarded under this program will support U.S. foreign policy goals in Uzbekistan in the areas of promoting sustainable economic growth, strengthening accountable governance and stability, and combating transitional threats.

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6. NOFO: DRL Strengthening Civil Society Resiliency in the Kyrgyz Republic

Deadline: May 6

The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) announced an open competition for organizations to strengthen civil society resiliency in the Kyrgyz Republic.

DRL aims to maintain civil space and build civil society resiliency. This project’s primary objective is ensuring Kyrgyz CSOs have the tools, training, resources, and support to remain safely and effectively engaged in their work amid increasing repressions.

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