Save the Children: Small Grants for NGOs in Albania
Save the Children is commissioning Small grants for NGOs in the municipalities where the ‘Schools for Health” project.
“Schools for Health” is a project of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) implemented by Save the Children. This nationwide project consisted of a Phase 1-year Starter (March 2020 – February 2021), followed by a 4-year Key Stage (March 2021 – February 2025).
The main goal of the project is to reduce exposure to the main risk factors for non-communicable diseases (NCD) in the Albanian population in general, with a special focus on school students. More specifically, the “Schools for Health” project aims to promote positive behavioral changes among all primary school students (ages 6-16) in Albania, families and communities in general.
Through grants for individuals, the project aims to strengthen the capacity of community in promoting healthy behaviors in this age group.
The fund limit for a grant is a minimum of 1,000 CHF and a maximum of 2,000 CHF.
The project aims to award a minimum of six (6) grants.
Beneficiaries of the Grant are all individuals in the specific municipalities (See Table 1) in these circuits: Kukës, Elbasan, Korçë, Lezë, Durrës, Berat.
In order to qualify for funding, the applicant must:
To be a civil society organization in one of the municipalities of Albania in the districts: Kukës, Elbasan, Korçë, Lezhë, Durrës, Berat.
The school or community where the project will be implemented must be within the geographical territory that administered by the respective municipality where the organization is registered.
Be directly responsible for the preparation and management of all activities within the implementation of the project, in schools within the geographical region it covers.
The applicant will manage the grant funds, in accordance with the activities and costs of predicted.
Project implementation can be from a minimum of 1 month to a maximum of 3 months. each proposal outside these deadlines will not be considered.
For more information, visit https://albania.savethechildren.net/sites/albania.savethechildren.net/files/2022-NGO%20001%20Thirrja%20per%20OJF%20final.pdf