The French Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina launches 2019 Call for Projects for Civil Society


Deadline: 28 April 2019

The French Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina launches a new call for projects for civil society.

As part of the European integration process of the country and in the continuity of the London Summit on the Western Balkans, the French Embassy offers its financial support to innovative and motivated projects led by civil society (NGOs and incubators) around following priorities:

  • Support for good governance and the rule of law (transparency of institutions, production of quality information, “e-government”).
  • Support for the development of smart cities (improvement of the quality of city life and citizen participation and development of an inclusive city).
  • Support for the adaptation and limitation of the effects of climate change and sustainable development (green economy, awareness-raising and pollution prevention actions and for the preservation of the environment).
  • Support to social entrepreneurship.

Projects that cross-cut several priorities are particularly welcome, but not imperative. Projects involving cooperation with one or more cities/municipalities/ local authorities are also strongly encouraged. Projects should include attention to gender issues.

Funding Information

  • Selected projects will be supported from 3000 up to 6000 KM, on a co-financing basis.
  • The projects should be implemented on a maximum period of 12 months.

How to Apply

The project holders (NGO and Incubators) are invited to submit their proposals via email at the address given on the website.

Eligible Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina

For more information, please visit https://ba.ambafrance.org/Lancement-de-l-Appel-a-Projets-2019-pour-la-Societe-civile

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