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13th Edition of the Review of Potential Domestic and Foreign Funding Opportunities in Serbia Published

Published 20.07.2017.

Vodič kroz potencijalne izvore finansiranjaWe invite you to review the 13th edition of the Review of Potential Domestic and Foreign Funding Opportunities now as the online database you will want to visit repeatedly.

After twelve printed and one electronic edition of the Review, the new, improved version is equipped with new features such as:

  • Overview of current calls for applications, with information and practical instructions about the terms for applying;
  • Access to the database of international and domestic funding sources with basic information about the types of support they provide, supported areas, potential beneficiaries, geographic coverage and the like;
  • Quick and simple search of donors and calls for applications;
  • Availability of updated information.

The Review is intended for civil society organisations, local governments, institutions, small and medium-sized enterprises, individuals and other stakeholders, who have been using the previous editions of the Review to a great extent, as well.

The Review has been developed by: TACSO by Civic Initiatives, the Resource Centre for all civil society organisations in Serbia, the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit of the Government of the Republic of Serbia, the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society of the Serbian Government and the Serbian European Integration Office.

“The Review of Potential Domestic and Foreign Funding Opportunities” was created 10 years ago as a joint project of the then Deputy Prime Minister’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Implementation Focal Point (now the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit) and Civic Initiatives. The Review was conceived with the idea to compile in one place all information about open calls and available funds of international and Serbian donors, as well as state institutions. In the meantime, the team was joined by the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society of the Serbian Government and the Department for Planning, Programming, Monitoring and Reporting on EU Funds and Development Aid of the Serbian European Integration Office.

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