Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
Engagement for Joint Action (EJA Kosovo) has announced a Call for Applications for Small Project Grants to deliver concrete results within a set timeframe.
Engagement for Joint Action (EJA Kosovo) is a KCSF program that supports civil society initiatives through grants and capacity building with the overall aim to contribute to a democratic and inclusive society in Kosovo, on its path towards integration into the European Union.
Small project grants are intended to deliver concrete results within a set timeframe. Beneficiaries of these grants may be individuals, unregistered initiatives and non-governmental organizations with the most compelling and innovative ideas that have real potential for advancing the goals and objectives of the program.
Small project grants will support specific actions of civil society initiatives and individuals that address concrete issues, both of more systematic nature or limited in scope and duration; In addition, they are intended to support the initiatives of individuals, unregistered initiatives and non-governmental organizations for more focused and short-term projects. Civil society initiatives are required to operate in their respective localities.
Organizations will be eligible to apply for funding for a period of maximum 12 months. The maximum budget requested for funding from this call for one grant should not exceed EUR 10,000.
Who can Apply?
In order to be eligible for application, applicants need to fulfil the following criteria: