Call for applications – Training “Project management – writing a project proposal”

The Tuzla Community Foundation organizes a free training in “Project management – writing a project proposal” and invites interested citizens, representatives of civil society organizations as well as representatives of public institutions who want to improve their knowledge in the field of project management.

The training is realized within the project “Our community is our responsibility” which the Tuzla Community Foundation implements within the program “LocalWorks” with the support of the USAID (US Agency for International Development in BiH).

The aim of the training is to provide participants with basic knowledge about project planning, the process of making a project proposal, how to formulate a project idea, project elements, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of project results.

The training is intended for all interested individuals, activists, volunteers, members and employees of civil society organizations, but also other entities that have no experience in project planning, development and writing of project proposals.

Participants who successfully complete the training will have the opportunity to have direct advisory support of mentors in case they need any help with writing of a project proposal.

The training will be organized in the period from November 27 – 29, 2020 in the period from 09:00 to 16:00. Participants will be notified about the venue of the training. In case of an unfavorable epidemiological situation, the organizer will suggest a new date of the training or organize it via the online platform.

Interested participants should fill in and submit the application form available at the link:

https://fondacijatuzla.civicatalyst.org/node/6 no later than November 20, 2020.

The number of participants is limited. The Tuzla Community Foundation reserves the right to select candidates in case of greater interest.

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This activity is realized with a generous support of the American people through the “LocalWorks” Program of the United States Agency for International Development in BiH (USAID). The content is the responsibility of the Tuzla Community Foundation and do not necessarily reflect the views of the USAID or the United States Government.

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