Small Grants Scheme (SGS) Covid19 – Iris Network

IRIS Network has a great pleasure to announce the continuation of its Small Grants Scheme (SGS) Covid19, which will provide financial support to the member organizations in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia.

The Call aims to support IRIS members in capacity-building actions for the purpose of enhancing an organization’s abilities to develop adequate services, capabilities, and skills in response to the pandemic crisis. As IRIS Network members are facing unprecedented challenges from COVID-19 and the strain on the services and resources they provide is tremendous, this Grant Scheme is taking proactive steps to protect the Network members, support their ongoing activities and assist them to cope with current hardships as much as possible.

Small Grant Scheme Covid19 is open only to IRIS National Networks member organizations from 5 countries.

If you have a project which may fulfill the requirements of the Small Grants program, please send your proposals to iris@iris-see.eu no later than 01/02/2021 at 17.00, with an email subject stating “Call for proposal for the Small Grants Scheme Covid19 – IRIS Networking”.

For more information, please follow documents attached below:

Annex 1.1 Guidelines of the Call

Annex 1.2 Application Form

Annex 1.3 Terms of Reference Template

More information is available here.

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