EPF’s Mission Statement:
To empower people to effect change for social justice and economic prosperity through hands-on programs, helping them to improve their communities and their own lives.
EPF’s Engage and Monitor for Change program fosters the active and informed participation of Georgian community groups, CSOs and media outlets in the political and economic decision-making in their regions by building capacity among civic groups, encouraging monitoring and evaluation of policy reforms and facilitating public discussions, debates and network building.
The program is aiming at contributing to the process of Georgia’s integration into the European Union (EU) and wider participation of civil society in the process of alignment with European institutions through monitoring of the integration process, advocacy for reforms, and public awareness campaign.
The Youth Bank program helpს young people aged 16 and 21 to develop skills and resources to enhance their social and community functioning and increase opportunities for volunteerism and civic activism.
The Program promotes the development of social enterprises, as viable business model that operate primarily with social objectives as the ‘bottom line’ and which reinvests profits back into the social objectives of the business.
Open Door Grantmaking Program provides CSOs with one of the very few opportunities to be proactive in identifying and addressing local needs, developing fresh solutions and ideas to existing challenges.
The project aims to contribute to improved budget transparency and accountability.
Eurasia Partnership Foundation invites enterprises working in Georgia’s food sector to participate in the competition entitled: the Best Food Enterprise of the Year (2015).
Wednesday, 08 April 2015
Eurasia Partnership Foundation will be closed during April 9-13, in observance of Easter holidays. EPF will re-open on April 14, 2015
Wednesday, 25 March 2015
Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) seeks Public Finance Management Expert(s) to conduct an assessment of the existing public expenditure management (PEM) system and its oversight mechanisms in light of successful European models and to develop recommendations for their improvement.