Women’s Fund in Georgia: Open Door Grants Program 2017

Deadline: 31 December 2017

Women’s Fund in Georgia is seeking applications for its “Open Door Grants Program” that welcomes women’s innovative initiatives.

In this competition, participants can be registered and unregistered groups, the main direction of which is protection of women and girls’ rights and issues related to them. Also, the Foundation will support individual researchers or individual group groups of women.

The geographical focus of the grant program is the capital of Georgia and regions.

Program Priorities

  • Young Women’s Initiatives
  • Groups working in the region
  • Start-up groups

Funding Information

The amount of grants amount is 2500 dollars.

Project Evaluation

  • Feminist Vision
  • Orientation on Social Change (Women’s Fund will support social change oriented projects – activities that lead to long-term and visible changes to human thinking, behavior norms and cultural values)
  • Innovation

Ineligible Project

Women’s Fund does not cover the following types of projects:

  • economic projects
  • service delivery-oriented projects (if you do not apply to marginalized people, which is a form of discrimination)
  • If adapting / Group budget for the Fund’s biujetiskhelaa or her budget is greater than
  • If the project is antipeministuri, racist, homophobic, fundamentalist, xenophobic and sexist
  • If the project covers the project Oloo the beneficiaries are women
  • If the applicant has failed / troubled project, which is funded by the Women’s Fund
  • incomplete application case

How to Apply

Interested applicants can apply via email at the address given on the website.

Eligible Country: Georgia

For more information, please visit Women’s Fund in Georgia.

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