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February 27, 2015

Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia presented the results of the EU project to support rural NGOs

Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia (EFCA) announced the results of the "Rural Civil Society Support" project which was implemented with the financial

RURAL CIVIL SOCIETY SUPPORT PROJECT

Date of Beginning: 11/1/12 Date of End: 3/1/15

Project Information


Goal:

To promote a more equitable and democratic society by strengthening the capacity of Kazakhstan’s rural civil society organizations.


Objectives:

  • Strengthening platforms for rural NGOs by building the capacity of NGO Resource Centers to effectively support NGOs in their regions.
  • Strengthening the institutional and project management capacities of NGOs by providing systematic training and resources.                
  • Increasing government, business, and community involvement in the activities of rural NGOs.

Results:

  • Improved level of organizational development of 8 NGO-based Resource Centers
  • Improved level of organizational development of 60 rural NGOs
  • Increased transparency of NGO activities and public-private partnerships at the community level
  • Strengthened community dialogue regarding the needs of vulnerable groups
  • Improved social service provision for 1728 residents of rural communities
  • Wide library of training materials and NGO resources available in Kazakh language
  • Strengthened institutional capacity and improved quality of training and partnership development

 


Project Location:

Seven regions of Kazakhstan: Almaty, Kyzylorda, South Kazakhstan, Atyrau, Aktobe, Pavlodar, and East Kazakhstan.


Project in mass media


НПО: возможности для развития, Юридическая газета, №32 от 03.03.2015

Сельским НПО помогли повысить профессиональный уровень, газета Панорама, №14 от 06.03.2015

Ауылдық ҮЕҰ-ны қолдау жобасы нәтижесі жарияланды, Азаттық радиосы от 27.02.2015

Огоньки во мгле, мультимедийный портал Exclusive от 11.03.2015

Результаты проекта «Поддержка сельских НПО», Kazakhstan Press Club от 27.02.2015

Результаты проекта «Поддержка сельских НПО», твиттер Kaзахстанского Пресс-клуба от 27.02.2015

Результаты проекта «Поддержка сельских НПО», анонсы.kz от 26.02.2015

Главная задача - поддержка сельских НПО, официальный сайт акима Уланского района ВКО

Работать надо сообща, Актюбинский вестник, от 19.02.2015

Тренинг для НПО Талгарского и Илийского районов по проекту «Усиление институционального и организационного развития сельских НПО», сайт СГБ-Болашак, Алматинская область

Проект "Ты не одинок", сайт ШАРМиДО, ВКО

В Мартуке открылся памятник ликвидаторам аварии на Чернобыльской АЭС и ветеранам Семипалатинского ядерного испытательного полигона, сайт ОЮЛ Ассоциация НПО Актюбинской области  


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