Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria announces Call for Proposals for Ukraine

Deadline: 28 June 2019

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria through the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Kiev has announced a procedure for accepting and selecting proposals for projects to be implemented with a grant within the framework of the Official Development Assistance of the Republic of Bulgaria, with an initial deadline for launching in 2020.

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Priority Areas and Directions for Implementing Projects on the Territory of Ukraine:

  • Supporting the educational institutions, including by improving the quality of education of children with disabilities and special needs.
  • Preserving cultural diversity by promoting intercultural dialogue, cultural exchange and reconstruction of cultural centers.
  • Promoting entrepreneurship by enhancing the capacity of the public and local institutions supporting the small and medium-sized business development.
  • Promoting media freedom and pluralism.

Objectives and Scope of the Projects

  • Setting up new and supporting existing specialized educational centers: laboratories, language cabinets, gyms etc.
  • Contributing to the libraries of educational institutions.
  • Modernizing the infrastructure of educational institutions in terms of improving accessibility for people with special needs.
  • Organizing training courses for teachers.
  • Introducing latest technologies to the classrooms to improve the quality of the educational process.
  • Organizing art events: festivals (movies, theater, opera, dances, folklore, music etc.), art exhibitions, concerts etc.
  • Maintaining and repairing cultural landmarks state or municipal property – theaters, galleries, monuments etc.
  • Supporting and promoting movies and documentaries related to the cultural diversity in Ukraine.
  • Establishing specialized consultative bodies within the public and local administration for providing assistance to the small and medium-sized business representatives.
  • Organizing training courses for public and local administration representatives dealing with the small and medium-sized business.
  • Creating electronic portals providing information and administrative services for the small and medium-sized business.
  • Supporting journalistic platforms and projects oriented towards objectivity and truthfulness of information.

Target Groups

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  • Students, including special needs persons.
  • School and university teachers and administrative staff.
  • Moviegoers, admirers of performing arts.
  • Entrepreneurs.
  • Government and local administration representatives.
  • Minorities members.
  • Freelance journalists.
  • Freelance political analyzers and experts.


  • Affirmation of Bulgaria’s reputation and prestige.
  • Enhancing the quality of education and implementing new educational technologies.
  • Modernizing existing cultural spaces.
  • Founding independent media projects.
  • Organizing cultural events and introducing them to the cultural calendar of Ukraine.
  • Enhancing the social and economic development and the good governance leading to sustainable development, reducing poverty and welfare.
  • Promoting the institutional interaction at central, regional and local levels.

Eligible Project Budget

  • Minimal amount of the project is 5 000 BGN.
  • Recommended maximum amount of the project is:
    • For projects with main purpose to deliver goods and /or services – up to 70 000 BGN;
    • For projects with main purpose to carry out repairs and /or construction activities – up to 270 000 BGN.

Implementation Deadlines and Duration of the Projects

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  • Project proposals must contain an indicative start date for the implementation of the project after March 1, 2020 and no later than November 30, 2020.
  • Projects must be completed no later than December 31, 2022 (the third year of the Bulgarian three-year budget forecast).

Eligible Candidates

  • Primary and secondary budget spenders – legal entities of Ukraine.
  • International and local non-governmental organizations.
  • Municipalities and their associations.
  • Educational institutions (libraries included), health and social institutions.
  • International humanitarian organizations;
  • Others (cultural institutions, theaters, libraries, galleries).

No natural or legal person can apply for whom there are circumstances under Art. 23, para. 3-8 of Decree No. 234 of the Council of Ministers of 01.08.2011 on the policy of the Republic of Bulgaria on participation in international development cooperation.

How to Apply

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All projects should be submitted via e-mail at the address given on the website.

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