"The co-financing grant competition will prioritize development cooperation projects. With respect to these projects, a recipient country may be any partner country; however, priority in the assessment procedure will be given to projects implemented in the European Union’s Eastern Partnership countries (especially Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine) as well as Central Asian countries (especially Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan). The development (global) education projects shall take place in the Republic of Latvia," an information release explained August 13.
Civil society organisations registered in the Republic of Latvia – associations, foundations, social partners etc. – are welcome to apply for participation in the competition. The competition documents are available in Latvian only.
The total funding made available by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the competition is 25,800 euros and the deadline for submissions is 16.00 on 13 September 2019.
Winners will be announced on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Further information is available from the ministry on (+371) 670 15 967 or by emailing [email protected].