Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid aims to support the implementation of a flexible, responsive and results-oriented development cooperation policy and to empower Lithuanian public and private sector institutions to implement large-scale, high added-value projects in partner countries.
The Fund's Governing Board is composed of 7 members delegated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Finance, the Central Project Management Agency, the Lithuanian Information and Communication Technology Association "Infobalt", the Association of Lithuanian Municipalities, and non-governmental organisations active in the field of development cooperation. The work of the Fund's Governing Board is organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania. The Central Project Management Agency (hereinafter referred to as CPMA) acts as the administrator and secretariat of the Fund.
The decision on the allocation of the Fund's resources is taken by the Council of the Fund, in accordance with the Description of Activities of the Fund, approved by Order No V-197 of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of 9 June 2022. The decision of the Council of the Foundation shall allocate funding to projects and programmes selected through a competitive process, to direct funding projects or programmes, and to ensure national co-financing of programmes and projects financed by international donors.
Calls for proposals for the implementation of projects and programmes are published in the Calls section of the CPVA website.
Applications for national co-financing for the implementation of a programme or project financed by international donors can be submitted to the Fund Council by legal or natural persons of the Republic of Lithuania directly through the Fund Secretariat, the Central Project Management Agency (CPMA).