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Sectors: Agriculture - Fisheries, Employment, Local development, Public Management

Beneficiaries: Development NGOs, Federations Unions, International Organisation, Non-profit organisations, Training centres

Regions: European Union, New Independant States

Category: Call for proposals


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New Independant state: Kyrgyz Republic


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Responsible: European Commission


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This call for proposals aims to support poverty alleviation in rural areas of Kyrgyzstan through enhancement of living standards and rural development.

Priorities and funded actions:

– To support local economic and social development initiatives for rural income generation

– Social reintegration and mobilisation of rural population, including vulnerable women and youth,
and marginalized groups, into the income generating activities
– Actions increasing income generation through stimulation of local rural initiatives and activities

Among financed actions
– On-farm and off-farm (non-farm) income generating activities by the community members
– Establishment or development of new services and production capacities at rural and
community level
– Creation, support and promotion of rural business development, agribusiness and agroprocessing
capacities with a community participation;
– Market-based solutions inclusive of the poor such as creation and support to existing self-help
groups, business incubators and small business development
– Small scale irrigation and drainage facilities for agricultural development: rehabilitation of
the existing irrigation and drainage systems
– Installation of new electricity facilities and lines, especially for economically and socially
important objects at community level and for poor households
– Inner rural/village level roads
– Small bridges