Public call for anti-corruption civic initiatives and campaigns

The Centers for Civic Initiatives (CCI), as the implementation organization of the Support to Citizens in the Fight against Corruption project, is publishing a call for applications for project proposals for anti-corruption projects, focusing on solving specific problems identified at the local level or advocacy initiatives. The call is open for civil society organizations in BiH.  

The CCI will evaluate the received project proposals on an ongoing basis and award grants for approved initiatives. Information relevant to the call and answers to questions will be periodically revised and updated on the website We invite all potential applicants to regularly visit the website for more information about the call.

The Small Grants Program will award the following amounts to civil society organizations whose project proposals are approved:

  • up to USD 15,000.00 value of the project at the local community level, lasting up to 12 months and
  • up to USD 50,000.00 is the possible value of a project intended for the implementation of advocacy activities and initiatives aimed at higher levels of government, lasting up to 18 months.

The public call is open continuously, i.e., until the final distribution of available funds.

Applicants are required to submit a completed application form and other documents required by the application, exclusively through the online application platform available at the link:

You can download the required forms at the following links:

Call for applications

Application form

Budget form

Partnership statement

Questions and answers

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