We are glad to announce three additional winners of the Stiykist’ Programme grant competition in Lot 3. One of the programme’s focuses is to support media that have the status of NGOs, strengthening their professional capacity; implementing media projects aimed at countering Russian propaganda and disinformation, as well as those that are useful for IDPs, promote the stories about adaptation of internally displaced people, and other important topics in times of war.
Meet the winners and their projects:
Selected NGOs organisations start implementing their projects. As 12 other winners of this grant competition they will receive institutional support from the EEF team and external experts who will help them create the organisation development roadmap on the basis of their organisational capacity assessment. The grantees will have a chance to attend a series of training on cybersecurity, project management, and adaptation to working in crisis conditions.
The Stiykist’ Programme is implemented by East Europe Foundation within the framework of a consortium of civil society organisations led by ERIM (France) in partnership with the Human Rights House Foundation, Human Rights House Tbilisi, the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation, and funded by the European Union.