Innovation and Challenge Grants (ICG) Program

Innovation and Challenge Grants (ICG) Program

The USAID Civil Society Engagement Program announces the open-door Innovation and Challenge Grants (ICGs) program to support citizen engagement and community-strengthening initiatives by Georgian civil society organizations (CSOs), civic movements, professional associations, and unregistered citizen groups. The ICGs will be awarded through a competitive application process.

Under this call, EWMI will award up to six grants ranging from $10,000 to $25,000. EWMI reserves the right to fund any or none of the applications submitted.

Grants will be issued for a period of up to 12 months.

Open door meeting for interested parties will be held on October 10, at EWMI office and/or online.

Deadline for submitting grant applications – October 31, 2022. 

The USAID Civil Society Engagement Program will accept completed applications in English, Georgian, Armenian, or Azerbaijani. Grant applications can be submitted in written or video format (as an alternative to written applications).

Detailed information is available in the attached files (in Georgia, English, Armenian and Azerbaijani Languages).

Innovation and Challenge Grants RfA – Georgian GEO

Innovation and Challenge Grants RfA – English ENG

Innovation and Challenge Grants RfA – Armenian ARM

Innovation and Challenge Grants RfA – Azerbaijani AZE

 

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