Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) is pleased to invite proposals for a grant competition in support of civic monitoring initiatives in Georgia within EPF’s Engage and Monitor for Change program, designed to promote civic monitoring initiatives that provide proactive and efficient participation of civil society organizations (CSOs), community groups, and media outlets in the assessment of the government’s decisions and policies.
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Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) seeks an evaluation Consultant(s) to conduct an overall evaluation of its grant investments made since February 2008, in order to assess EPF’s grantmaking strategies and practice and the impact of these investments. The evaluation shall provide an independent assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of EPF’s grantmaking and assist the Foundation in determining the effectiveness of its grantmaking strategies for reaching its mission and programmatic objectives. EPF expects that the recommendations derived from the evaluation will support the Foundation’s own learning and development process.
Monday, 04 November 2013
Eurasia Partnership Foundation invites enterprises working in Georgia’s food sector to participate in the competition entitled: the Best Food Enterprise of the Year (2014). For more information, please see the full text of the announcement.
Tuesday, 29 October 2013
As part of the EU and Sida funded project Promoting Civil Society Engagement in Food Safety Reform in Georgia, Eurasia Partnership Foundation invites applications from media outlets and studios for preparing investigative documentaries on food safety and consumers’ rights issues.