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Project Office for Non-Government Grant Funding

Project Office For Non-Government Grant Funding was established in January 2020.

The main goal of Project Office is to search for potential donors to provide financial support for social projects of non-governmental organizations and to participate in grant competitions.

One of the priority areas of Project Office’s activities is furthering cooperation with stakeholders to consolidate efforts and resources to attract them to development of the civil sector. Within the scope of work in this area, work is carried out to promote interaction with grant-making and donor organizations in organizing dialogue platforms between state-business-non-governmental organizations, popularizing philanthropy and developing socially oriented activities among representatives of the business sector.

Activities of Project Office:
1. popularization of donor activities in Kazakhstan;
2. attracting donor funds for implementation of civil initiatives;
3. participation in grant competitions of grant-making organizations;
4. introduction of the world best practices to the field of grant funding;
5. raising funds to increase the potential of Kazakhstani NGOs;
6. monitoring and support of implementation of grant projects;
7. support of projects of NGOs within the framework of participation in grant competitions.

The US Embassy in the city of Nur-Sultan is looking for from one to three partners to implement three national programs.
The U.S. Embassy Nur-Sultan Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Department of State is looking for one to three partners to implement three nationwide skills-building programs on entrepreneurship, English writing, and promoting science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) with key audiences across Kazakhstan. at Kazakhstan’s ten American Corners. Estimated total program funding – $30,500   Purpose of the program: Depending on the area of implementation: to support Kazakhstan’s economic growth by promoting entrepreneurial values through training; to strengthen students’ English writing ability, which will lead to an increase in the number of Kazakhstani...
30.06.2021
The U.S. Embassy Nur-Sultan Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Department of State is looking for one to three partners to implement three nationwide skills-building programs on entrepreneurship
The U.S. Embassy Nur-Sultan Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Department of State is looking for one to three partners to implement three nationwide skills-building programs on entrepreneurship, English writing, and promoting science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) with key audiences across Kazakhstan. at Kazakhstan’s ten American Corners. Estimated total program funding – $30,500   Purpose of the program: Depending on the area of implementation: to support Kazakhstan’s economic growth by promoting entrepreneurial values through training; to strengthen students’ English writing ability, which will lead to an increase in the number of Kazakhstani...
29.06.2021
The Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia (EFCA) in partnership with Chevron announces the launch of the third phase of Qolda 3.0 programme
The Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia (EFCA) in partnership with Chevron announces the launch of the third phase of Qolda 3.0 programme. Non-governmental organizations that provide assistance to the population during emergency situations, solve acute social problems and develop volunteering in Shymkent and 14 regions of Kazakhstan in the areas stated bellow are invited to submit their applicatopns: – Prevention of various types of violence, especially against women and children (grant amount up to 5 million tenge); – Development of long-term and online solutions for informing and supporting the population during emergencies in the regions, improving the ability of regional NGOs...
24.06.2021
The Fashion Girls in Business project came to an end
The Fashion Girls in Business project came to an end The costume sewing competition for theatrical performance completed the Fashion Girls in Business project, which was implemented by the Civil Initiatives Support Center in partnership with the American Corners program of the U.S. Embassy in Nur-Sultan. Representative of the U.S. Embassy in Nur-Sultan, Cultural Attaché Amber Aura, and Director of the Project Office for Non-State Grant Financing of the Civil Initiatives Support Center Aigerim Karimova visited the event to support the contestants. In addition, the jury of the competition were the director of Red Point Kazakhstan Assel Kozhakova, art-director of TSE Art Destination gallery...
18.06.2021
The Public Relations Departments (PAS) of the US Embassy in Nur-Sultan and the US Consulate General in Almaty initiated a grant program
The U.S. Embassy Nur-Sultan and U.S. Consulate General Almaty Public Affairs Sections (PAS) of the U.S. Department of State launched a call for proposals that seeks to provide funding support to not-for-profit, non-governmental organizations, think tanks, and academic institutions through the Makerspace Expands! public-private partnership to expand access to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) activities through the Kazakhstan American Spaces and Makerspaces network.   PAS Nur-Sultan and Almaty invite proposals for projects up to 120 000 USD that focus on one or more of the objectives specified below:   Increase participant capacity to solve problems using...
09.06.2021
Public Affairs Section, U.S. Mission to Kazakhstan is pleased to announce a funding opportunity on Capacity Building for Suicide Prevention.
  Public Affairs Section, U.S. Mission to Kazakhstan is pleased to announce a funding opportunity on Capacity Building for Suicide Prevention.   Estimated award will range from 10,000 to 50,000 USD for implementing a project within 12 months in Kazakhstan.   Purpose of the project: to strengthen Kazakhstan’s ability to confront mental health challenges by promoting increased citizen awareness, formalized government support, and broader civil society capacity.   Project Objectives:  Improve the quality of support provided to at-risk individuals though formal certification trainings for at least 100 members of the target audience in American and international...
31.05.2021
The first climate dialogue between Kazakhstan and Ukraine will be held on 25 – 26 May 2021
The first climate dialogue between Kazakhstan and Ukraine will be held on 25 – 26 May 2021. The event will be held in the wake of the declarations by Kazakhstan and Ukraine of their ambitions to achieve carbon neutrality. The first dialogue is entitled “Towards COP-26: Decarbonisation and Economic Mechanisms”. The event will be attended by representatives of the Kazakh and Ukrainian governments, international organizations (UNDP, the EU, OECD and the World Bank), environmental activists and NGOs, academic institutes, universities, businesses, and climate experts from both countries. The event will be held in a hybrid format. Two offline platforms (M.S. Narikbayev KAZGUU University in...
24.05.2021
The First Climate Dialogue “Kazakhstan-Ukraine”
The Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Ukraine and the Ministry of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan, with the support of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine, initiated the First Climate Dialogue in the Kazakhstan-Ukraine format in the EECCA region on May 25-26, 2021. This event marks a qualitatively new stage in climate diplomacy at EECCA region (Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia) and demonstrates the orientation of the two extractive countries in the region to consolidate all Stakeholders interested in implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement. The dialogue is supported by the World Bank, EU...
19.05.2021
there will be another regular motivational meeting of the participants of the Fashion Girls in Business project with successful women of Kazakhstan.
Tomorrow, May 19, there will be another regular motivational meeting of the participants of the Fashion Girls in Business project with successful women of Kazakhstan. This week, two representatives of the Eurasian Union of Designers of Kazakhstan – Maya Temirbulatova and Gulnar Zhunusova, will be invited guests of informal meetings. Maya Temirbulatova is a designer with many years of experience, concurrently she is also a sewing master at Vocational and Technical College in Nur-Sultan. In turn, Zhunusova Gulnar is also a designer and the head the ETNO-studio Іnkar Sezim public foundation. Both guests, being active members of the Eurasian Union of Designers, will talk about the...
The Fashion Girls in Business participants met with successful women during two informal online meetings last week.
The Fashion Girls in Business participants met with successful women during two informal online meetings last week. The guests of the project were the founder and regional director of Geneva Business School in Kazakhstan, as well as co-founder of the virtual reality startup In-VR Alina Abdrakhmanova and the founder and designer of the ByOva women’s clothing brand, established in 2019, Anar Baitemirova. They shared their entrepreneurial success stories with the girls. Talking about her numerous projects, including the new In-VR project, Alina Abdrakhmanova drew the attention of novice entrepreneurs to the importance of having a good team for the success of any project: “At the start,...
17.05.2021