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Sectors: Employment, Enlargement, Human Rights, SME Policy, Social Affairs

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Development NGOs, Federations Unions, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations

Regions: Candidate countries, European Economic Area, European Union, Mediterranean countries, New Independant States

Category: Call for proposals

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Countries eligible to ENI : Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, The Republic of Moldova, Morocco, occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), Tunisia, Ukraine.
IPA beneficiary countries : Turkey, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
EEA : Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein

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Responsible: European Commission

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The global objective of this call for proposals is to strengthen CSOs and BSOs along the DCFTA implementation process and along the implementation of the SME strategy for Georgia.

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
LOT 1 :
– Strengthened capacity of civil society organisations to serve as effective vectors of democratic and socio economic development, through their better involvement in DCFTA and SME legislative monitoring, policy formulations and recommendations, sectoral and trade studies, consolidated networking and coordination capacities, more effective engagement into public-private policy dialogue and participation to DCFTA/SME communication campaigns.
LOT 2 :
– Strengthened capacity of business support organisations on DCFTA and SME related policies, in order to enable them to provide better and targeted-oriented services to Georgian SME, to more effectively engage into the public-private dialogue on DCFTA and SME related policies, including contribution to the elaboration of national sectorial strategies and policy recommendations, to consolidate coordination capacities, expand their network with the EU SME business community and promote DCFTA/SME communication campaigns.

Priorities
– actions in partnerships and networks to strengthen common approaches and agendas
– actions focused outside Tbilisi, aimed at strengthening the local dimension

Among financed actions
LOT 1 :
– Monitoring of DCFTA and SME legislation and implementation
– Elaboration of valuable policy recommendations on DCFTA and SME strategy implementation, with impact on Georgian population
– Elaboration of sectoral and trade studies
– Actions to strengthen CSOs engagement in public-private dialogue
– Design DCFTA/SME communication campaigns
LOT 2 :
– Monitoring of DCFTA and SME legislation and implementation
– Elaboration of valuable policy recommendations on DCFTA and SME strategy implementation, with impact on Georgian businesses and population
– Design of dedicated DCFTA-oriented services to business members
– Elaboration of national sectoral strategies
– Actions to strengthen BSOs engagement in public-private dialogue
– Design DCFTA/SME communication campaigns
– Actions to improve the engagement of BSOs in EU programmes supporting SMEs