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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.

СISC has won a grant from the US Embassy in Nur-Sultan
Civil Initiatives Support Center (СISC) has won a grant of the Embassy of the United States of America in Nur-Sultan to implement a social project within the work aimed at promotion of CISC’s initiatives. This is the first grant of the Project Office team for Non-State Grant Financing within the open call for grant applications of the US Embassy. The project is aimed at expanding economic opportunities and promoting the idea of entrepreneurship among female students of colleges of vocational and technical education in Nur-Sultan. The project provides organization of trainings on the following basic knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship for female students: business planning,...
30.09.2020
A grant program was initiated within the framework of the “American corners” program to provide financial support to non-governmental organizations in Kazakhstan
The U.S. Embassy Nur-Sultan Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S. Department of State launched a call for proposals that seeks to provide funding support to Kazakhstan and United States’ not-for-profit and non-governmental organizations that support the development and implementation of strategic programming at American Corners in Kazakhstan. Grant funding in the maximum amount of 50 000 USD under this Call for Proposals shall be provided under the following priority themes and complement or utilize American Corners’ core programs: Economic Empowerment and Entrepreneurship, particularly for women, youth (18 – 30) and vulnerable population to advance economic independence and...
24.08.2020
The United Nations office on drugs and crime (UNODC) has initiated a grant program
The United Nations office on drugs and crime (UNODC) has initiated a grant program to provide financial support to civil society organizations, in particular community-based organizations working in the field of HIV prevention, treatment, care and support for people who use drugs (LUN) and people in prison, to ensure the quality of HIV services that meet their needs. Applications for grants up to 20,000 USD can be submitted in three categories: Develop and implement evidence-based and gender-based HIV services for people in prison. Development and implementation of services and programs for HIV-infected drug users. Develop sustainable partnerships with law enforcement and the health sector...
14.08.2020
First pioneers of non-state grant funding
Within the non-government grant funding «Civil Initiatives Support Center» non-profit Joint stock company (hereinafter – CISC) is working on collecting topical social projects into the Register of social projects of CISC for diversifying funding and support of civil initiatives by searching and attracting donor funds for implementation of social projects of non-governmental organizations. Despite the global crisis as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, CISC is actively working on search for potential donors to expand opportunities for implementation of social projects from the register. Thus, the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) in Kazakhstan selected the...
05.08.2020
The British Embassy accepting project proposals
The British Embassy in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan is now accepting project proposals with the aim to institutionalise training on Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in the health sector, and strengthen health response to GBV in Kazakhstan. Project proposals to be aimed towards developing E-learning courses that can deliver the following outcomes: increased proficiency of health professionals in complying with the Clinical Protocol on Gender-Based Violence strengthened capacity and expertise of health professionals in following suitable systems to refer GBV survivors within the health system and providing emergency and social care increased awareness of GBV, amongst first responders including...
The Embassy of Canada to Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and Tajikistan is pleased to launch its annual call for proposals for the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI)
The CFLI is a program designed to support small-scale, high-impact projects in developing countries, which align with Global Affairs Canada’s thematic priority areas for engagement. The program is directed at projects conceived and designed predominantly by local partners. Projects are selected and approved by the relevant Canadian embassy or high commission.The CFLI also serves to support positive bilateral relations between Canada and recipient countries and their civil societies, by deepening contacts and supporting local endeavours. CFLI thematic priorities: gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls. inclusive governance, including diversity, democracy, human rights and...
Winrock International announces a call for applications to participate in the Safe Migration in Central Asia
Winrock International announces a call for applications to participate in the Safe Migration in Central Asia (SMICA). SMICA is a five-year project implemented by Winrock International in Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Under this RFA, the SMICA project in Kazakhstan project is seeking interested applicants who can support one or more of the objectives outlined in the program description that can be accessed via the link below. Activities should support at-risk populations to improve their knowledge and skills about safe migration and trafficking-in-persons (TIP), protect their rights, and find safe employment. Activities with private sector...
Civil Initiatives Support Center invites interested NGOs to jointly implement projects under the Feminist Review Trust grant program
Civil Initiatives Support Center invites interested NGOs to jointly implement projects under the Feminist Review Trust grant program. The program announces the possibility of financing projects that are aimed at supporting women. These grants represent the diversity of women’s lives globally and support the creativity which with women fight the inequalities they face. This year, individuals and / or organizations promoting projects in the areas of feminism and gender studies are invited to take part in this competition for the opportunity to receive a grant of up to £ 15,000 (or the equivalent). The Feminist Review Trust will fund: projects with no other obvious sources of funding;pump...
Civil Initiatives Support Center invites interested NGOs to jointly implement projects under the KUSANONE (Grass Roots) grant program of the Japanese government
Civil Initiatives Support Center invites interested NGOs to jointly implement projects under the KUSANONE (Grass Roots) grant program of the Japanese government. The grant program of the Japanese government annually provides free assistance to small-scale social projects aimed at ensuring human security. Gratuitous financial assistance under the Grass Roots program is provided to schools, hospitals, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other non-profit organizations. In 2006, the Japanese Government formulated the Assistance Program for the Republic of Kazakhstan. Under this Program, three priority development issues were identified, such as: assistance in poverty reduction,...
Global Fund for Community Foundations (GFCF) объявляет о возможности финансирования проектов
Global Fund for Community Foundations (GFCF) объявляет о возможности финансирования проектов в рамках поддержки общественных благотворительных организаций. Общественные благотворительные организации, в том числе общественные, женские, экологические, национальные общественные фонды и другие грантодатели приглашаются принять участие в данном конкурсе по присуждения гранта суммой от 7000 до 20 000...