De facto development: Support to CSOs growth and development

About the project

Civil society organisations (CSOs) are key actors in voicing citizens’ attitudes and needs and encouraging active citizenship. They need both financial and non-financial support to continue to grow and make a contribution to building and fostering a democratic society.

This project aimed to build the capacities of CSOs to be professional, effective, accountable, sustainable and independent actors in the development of Montenegrin society. It consisted of three components: support to the  growth of medium-sized CSOs in Montenegro; support to the growth of small CSOs in Montenegro; and support to the growth and development of civil society leaders.

The project resulted in the Transformation Roadmap and CSO Development Index for (self)assessment of organisational growth and quality of work. In addition, three Emerging Civil Society Leaders’ Forums (ECSLF) were held with a view to enabling an environment for increasing the impact of civil society, while the project also supported the establishment of the Youth Network of Montenegro. A total of 22 small and medium-sized CSOs were supported through a sub-granting scheme.

Grants

I choose a healthy lifestyle

Lake Šas – the untouched resource of Ulcinj

Sound Source

The environment is very important – let’s protect it urgently

Healthy and good connections

Protect nature, don’t waste energy

#DoMoreBeMore

An initiative to suppress the “imposed fate”

Using occupational therapy: rolling wool in day care centres for children and youth with disabilities

Youth for youth

Volunteer, be a friend!

Women Matters

#howareyou

Active and Responsible for Themselves and the Community

Developing a Security System and access to Justice for the LGBTIQ Community”

By developing the capacity for better services in the Snail’s Shell

ALFA Center Volunteer Club

Improving the capacity and sustainability of the Center for the Children’s Rights of Montenegro

Improving Community Living Support Services using assistive technology

Strengthening the capacity of Ecological movement Ozon

Establishing a home-care assistance service for children and youth with disabilities and strengthening the capacity of Nardos

Improving the organisational capacity of Local Democracy Agency

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Project name:
De facto development: Support to CSOs growth and development
Start time:
15/09/2017
End time:
14/09/2020
Location:
Montenegro
Budget:
333660.31€
Beneficiary:
Fund for active citizenship-fAKT

Success story

Nedic: IPARD helped me create a modern farm

Success story

De facto development: Support to CSOs growth and development

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Implemented by the NGO Monitor Center for Media and Democracy, with an aim to help reducing the level of peer violence against Roma youth. In order to raise awareness of peer violence against members of the Roma community, this sub-grant included production of several research articles. In the research process were also involved journalists from the Roma portal “Romalitika”.