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Civil society from four Moldova's districts to benefit from grants for inclusion projects

09:53 | 18.07.2022 Category: Regional

Chisinau, 18 July /MOLDPRES/ - The civil society organizations from the districts of  Cantemir, Cimislia, Stefan Voda and Taraclia will be able to benefit from small grants provided by the European Union for encouraging the mobilization of resources and for creating a more supporting and inclusive social environment. The deadline for submitting applications is 12 September 2022.    

The sum available within the programme of small grants from EU’s financial sources is of 32,000 euros and the maximal sum for one grant is 4,000 euros.  

The goal of the small grants programme is to consolidate the civil society organizations from the four aforementioned districts, which work in the social sector and to facilitate sustainable partnerships between them and local public authorities, in order to ensure an efficient implementation of programmes on psychological and social assistance, as well as family support for ensuring the well-being of the child.  

The contest is carried out with the support of the European Union within the programme titled, Edification of a society in which each girl and boy fulfills her/his potential fully, with dignity and respect. The project is implemented by the public association, Partnerships for each child, and the public association, National Centre for Training, Assistance, Counselling and Education in Moldova, in cooperation with the Labour and Social Protection Ministry, Education and Research Ministry the local public authorities of the second level from the districts of  Cantemir, Cimislia, Stefan Voda and Taraclia.   

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