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"Qolda" emergency assistance program
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In April 2020, the Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia, in partnership with Chevron, launched the first phase of the "Qolda" program.
As a result of the selection, the initiatives of 11 NGOs and 7 media outlets from Nur-Sultan and Almaty received funding. Non-governmental organizations received grants to support medical workers; to provide humanitarian aid to families with many children, people with disabilities, migrants, drug addicts, as well as to provide consultative support for small businesses and to increase women employability. There was an assistance provided to 1,900 socially unprotected families; 2,300 lunches and dinners and 500 personal protective equipment were delivered to physicians of provisional clinics in Almaty and the Almaty region; 1,500 consultations were held for people with disabilities and people with drug addiction; 100 labor migrants received necessary support; 1,400 consultations were provided to small businesses and drafted 300 individual business development plans were drafted. Grants allocated to the media were aimed at increasing quality content in the state language on the topic of COVID-19, along with informing the public about the measures taken by public organizations, the state, business and the population to combat COVID-19.
The second phase of the project began in October and will aim at supporting regional initiatives and increasing the capacity of civil society to effectively respond to emergencies.
The allocated funds should focus on the following projects:
1. Prevention of domestic violence in rural areas (up to 4.4 million tenge);
2. Development of long-term and online solutions for informing and supporting the population during emergencies in the regions, improving the ability of regional NGOs to respond to emergencies, developing volunteering in the regions (up to 5 million tenge);
3. Support of existing online resources for civil society response to emergencies and the development of volunteering at the national level (up to 9 million tenge).
Project page: https://qolda.org/
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