Call for project proposals – small grants financial support

USAID and the Institute for Youth Development KULT are extending the deadline for submission of project proposals for small grants financial support within the PRO-Budućnost project.

The PRO-Budućnost project continuously provides grants for initiatives that contribute to the process of reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, advocate for peace, collective vision for a stable future and connect local communities.

Youth associations, informal youth groups as well as civil society organizations operating in local communities where the PRO-Budućnost project is implemented are eligible to apply.

Applicants are expected to create their ideas and proposals in accordance with the Platform for Peace, which is the result of intensive and long-term work of the PRO-Budućnost project in local communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Applicants are required to submit their proposals until December 4, 2020*, 15:00h, together with the required forms (more information below), using the following link:

Call for applications – topics and required forms

Project proposals must address peacebuilding in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Funds, i.e. small grants will be available for the areas/activities/initiatives stated below.

Please click on the documents next to the area to open the forms/templates for application:

Small grants for young people (Links: CALL FOR APPLICATION and  project proposal TEMPLATE)

Small grants for civil society organizations (Links: CALL FOR APPLICATION and project proposal TEMPLATE)

The budget form is the same for all topics and is available at THIS link.

USAID’s PRO-Budućnost project is implemented by the Catholic Relief Services (CRS) in cooperation with Caritas BiH, the Institute for Youth Development KULT, the Forum of Tuzla Citizens (FGT), the Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly Banja Luka (hCA) and the Interreligious Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina (MRV).

*The public call was originally open until November 16, 2020, but the deadline has been extended until December 4, 2020.


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