CENN, together with the Institute of Democracy (IOD) and Keda LAG, is announcing the 4th grants competition under the EU-supported ENPARD project, ‘Keda LEADER’.
The grant competition starts on March 30 and will end on April 30 at 17:00.
The objective of the grants competition is to improve the well-being and livelihoods of local Keda communities, enhance economic opportunities in rural areas and implement innovative projects in line with the program, ‘Keda Leader’as well as local development strategy priorities.
The priority areas of the grants competition include:
- Agriculture, primary production, as well as processing local products and regional value chain development;
- Promoting tourism development (arrangements for family-run hotels and wine-cellars will only be financed in special cases);
- Non-agriculture activities;
- Education, culture, and sports;
- Environmental protection and sustainable resource management;
- Social and non-commercial activities.
Both commercial and social projects and initiatives will be supported within the competition.
Participation is open to both individuals and legal entities registered in Georgia, who implement or plan to implement their activities in Keda Municipality.
Those intending to participate in the competition are asked to examine the strategic directions identified by the Local Development Strategy of Keda and the Grants Manual. Interested candidates must complete the Application Forms and submit it to the following email address
All documents to complete the application are available in the Georgian language on the following link: https://bit.ly/2Us6if9
For additional questions, please contact us:
+995 599 189 269
+995 577 104 833
+995 514 401 001
Please note, the grants competition consists of the following stages:
Stage I – Applications
Stage II – Interview and monitoring
Stage III – Approval of Grant
Due to the situation caused by the COVID-19 the applications can only be submitted electronically.
Applications can only be submitted in Georgian. The foreign language documentation attached to the application must be accompanied by a notarized Georgian translation.