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2024
Agriculture and rural development in Moldova and Georgia – strengthening administrative and institutional capacities in the field of European integration
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Agriculture, Good governance, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Georgia, Moldova
Allocated funds
98 964,36 EUR
Project goal

To strengthen the administrative and institutional capacities of the bodies coordinating the agricultural and rural development of Moldova and Georgia in the field of European integration, using the long-term experience and accumulated knowledge of the National Paying Agency of Lithuania.

Implementing organization
National Paying Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture of Lithuania
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
Contemporary Disinformation Challenges in the Face of Foreign Military Presence
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Media, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine
Allocated funds
59 589 EUR
Project goal

To train Ukrainian, Georgian and Armenian media and wider public to choose reliable sources and create correct narratives, recognize and prevent disinformation.

Implementing organization
Civic Resilience Initiative
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
Cooperation in the field of fire and rescue services for better preparation of candidate countries. Safety First!
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Good governance, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
Allocated funds
84 326,4 EUR
Project goal

To promote the cooperation of Ukrainian, Moldovan and Georgian fire rescue institutions, to assess the state of the countries' fire rescue and civil protection system, to identify administrative problems and to provide methodological assistance in order to improve the administrative abilities of the analogous rescue and civil protection service.

Implementing organization
Fire and Rescue Department under the Ministry of Interior Affairs of Lithuania
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
EU4 Youth Phase III Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship programme
Year
2024, 2023, 2022, 2021
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Education, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
2023
180 000 EUR
2022
246 732,28 EUR
2021
113 267,72 EUR
Allocated funds
European Commission - 15,12 mln. EUR; LT co-financing – 720 000 Eur
Project goal

Encourage active engagement of youth in the labor markets and social economy of Eastern Partnership countries, contribute to promoting sustainable economic growth, social cohesion, and reducing societal inequality.

Implementing organization
Central Project Management Agency (CPMA)
Financing source
European Commission/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania
Strengthening the resistance to disinformation in the European Union's Eastern partnership countries, with a particular focus on independent media
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Media, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
Allocated funds
88 607,69 EUR
Project goal

To strengthen resistance to disinformation and strategic communication capabilities, consolidating the dissemination of independent information in the EU's Eastern Partnership countries.

Implementing organization
UAB „Delfi“
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
2023
Agriculture and rural development in Moldova and Georgia – strengthening administrative and institutional capacities in the field of European integration
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Agriculture, Good governance, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Georgia, Moldova
Allocated funds
98 964,36 EUR
Project goal

To strengthen the administrative and institutional capacities of the bodies coordinating the agricultural and rural development of Moldova and Georgia in the field of European integration, using the long-term experience and accumulated knowledge of the National Paying Agency of Lithuania.

Implementing organization
National Paying Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture of Lithuania
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
Contemporary Disinformation Challenges in the Face of Foreign Military Presence
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Media, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine
Allocated funds
59 589 EUR
Project goal

To train Ukrainian, Georgian and Armenian media and wider public to choose reliable sources and create correct narratives, recognize and prevent disinformation.

Implementing organization
Civic Resilience Initiative
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
Cooperation in the field of fire and rescue services for better preparation of candidate countries. Safety First!
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Good governance, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
Allocated funds
84 326,4 EUR
Project goal

To promote the cooperation of Ukrainian, Moldovan and Georgian fire rescue institutions, to assess the state of the countries' fire rescue and civil protection system, to identify administrative problems and to provide methodological assistance in order to improve the administrative abilities of the analogous rescue and civil protection service.

Implementing organization
Fire and Rescue Department under the Ministry of Interior Affairs of Lithuania
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
EU4 Youth Phase III Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship programme
Year
2024, 2023, 2022, 2021
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Education, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
2023
180 000 EUR
2022
246 732,28 EUR
2021
113 267,72 EUR
Allocated funds
European Commission - 15,12 mln. EUR; LT co-financing – 720 000 Eur
Project goal

Encourage active engagement of youth in the labor markets and social economy of Eastern Partnership countries, contribute to promoting sustainable economic growth, social cohesion, and reducing societal inequality.

Implementing organization
Central Project Management Agency (CPMA)
Financing source
European Commission/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania
Strengthening the resistance to disinformation in the European Union's Eastern partnership countries, with a particular focus on independent media
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Media, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
Allocated funds
88 607,69 EUR
Project goal

To strengthen resistance to disinformation and strategic communication capabilities, consolidating the dissemination of independent information in the EU's Eastern Partnership countries.

Implementing organization
UAB „Delfi“
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
2022
Agriculture and rural development in Moldova and Georgia – strengthening administrative and institutional capacities in the field of European integration
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Agriculture, Good governance, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Georgia, Moldova
Allocated funds
98 964,36 EUR
Project goal

To strengthen the administrative and institutional capacities of the bodies coordinating the agricultural and rural development of Moldova and Georgia in the field of European integration, using the long-term experience and accumulated knowledge of the National Paying Agency of Lithuania.

Implementing organization
National Paying Agency under the Ministry of Agriculture of Lithuania
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
Contemporary Disinformation Challenges in the Face of Foreign Military Presence
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Media, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine
Allocated funds
59 589 EUR
Project goal

To train Ukrainian, Georgian and Armenian media and wider public to choose reliable sources and create correct narratives, recognize and prevent disinformation.

Implementing organization
Civic Resilience Initiative
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
Cooperation in the field of fire and rescue services for better preparation of candidate countries. Safety First!
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Good governance, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
Allocated funds
84 326,4 EUR
Project goal

To promote the cooperation of Ukrainian, Moldovan and Georgian fire rescue institutions, to assess the state of the countries' fire rescue and civil protection system, to identify administrative problems and to provide methodological assistance in order to improve the administrative abilities of the analogous rescue and civil protection service.

Implementing organization
Fire and Rescue Department under the Ministry of Interior Affairs of Lithuania
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
EU4 Youth Phase III Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship programme
Year
2024, 2023, 2022, 2021
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Education, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
2023
180 000 EUR
2022
246 732,28 EUR
2021
113 267,72 EUR
Allocated funds
European Commission - 15,12 mln. EUR; LT co-financing – 720 000 Eur
Project goal

Encourage active engagement of youth in the labor markets and social economy of Eastern Partnership countries, contribute to promoting sustainable economic growth, social cohesion, and reducing societal inequality.

Implementing organization
Central Project Management Agency (CPMA)
Financing source
European Commission/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania
Strengthening the resistance to disinformation in the European Union's Eastern partnership countries, with a particular focus on independent media
Year
2024, 2023, 2022
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Media, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
Allocated funds
88 607,69 EUR
Project goal

To strengthen resistance to disinformation and strategic communication capabilities, consolidating the dissemination of independent information in the EU's Eastern Partnership countries.

Implementing organization
UAB „Delfi“
Financing source
Fund for the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid
2021
EU4 Youth Phase III Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship programme
Year
2024, 2023, 2022, 2021
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Education, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
2023
180 000 EUR
2022
246 732,28 EUR
2021
113 267,72 EUR
Allocated funds
European Commission - 15,12 mln. EUR; LT co-financing – 720 000 Eur
Project goal

Encourage active engagement of youth in the labor markets and social economy of Eastern Partnership countries, contribute to promoting sustainable economic growth, social cohesion, and reducing societal inequality.

Implementing organization
Central Project Management Agency (CPMA)
Financing source
European Commission/ Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania
2020
Building the capacity of civil society in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine to protect and advance the rights of women through international litigation and advocacy
Year
2020
Sector of assistance
Gender Equality and women empowerment
Project countries
Armenia
Allocated funds
27 928,13 EUR
Project goal

Enhance the skills of civil society organizations in the target region to engage in international litigation and advocacy as part of a wider strategy to tackle systemic issues affecting women in their countries (e.g. sexual and gender based violence) through practical and tailored legal mentoring, legal clinics and training.

Project results
  • Two cases are identified and agreed with partners;
  • Advice provided on two legal cases;
  • Legal strategy developed in NG case against Georgia;
  • A roundtable on self-defence in domestic violence cases was held to identify strategic litigation issues and the need for expert assistance for partner lawyers;
  • New information on cases related to violence against women was collected.
Implementing organization
European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (Middlesex University, United Kingdom)
Building the capacity of civil society in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine to protect and advance the rights of women through international litigation and advocacy.
Year
2020
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Gender Equality and women empowerment, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine
Allocated funds
27 928,13 EUR
Project goal

To enhance the skills of civil society organizations in the target region to engage in international litigation and advocacy as part of a wider strategy to tackle systemic issues affecting women in their countries (e.g. sexual and gender based violence) through practical and tailored legal mentoring, legal clinics and training.

Regional project

Project results
  • Two cases are identified and agreed with partners;
  • Advice provided on two legal cases;
  • Legal strategy developed in NG case against Georgia;
  • A roundtable on self-defence in domestic violence cases was held to identify strategic litigation issues and the need for expert assistance for partner lawyers;
  • New information on cases related to violence against women was collected.
Implementing organization
European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (Middlesex University, United Kingdom)
Provision of independent information at charter97.org to the readers to counter Russian propaganda in Belarus and the region under the conditions of partial blocking of the website on the territory of Belarus
Year
2020, 2019
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Belarus
2020
15 000 EUR
2019
15 000 EUR
Allocated funds
30 000 EUR
Project goal

Project is aimed at provision of independent alternative information at charter97.org to the readers to counter Russian propaganda in Belarus and the region under the conditions of partial blocking of the website on the territory of Belarus.

Regional project

Project results
  • The Correspondents' Network has produced 116 publications for charter97.org in 2020: articles, commentaries, interviews, opinions from Lithuanian politicians, experts and activists.
  • A total of 708 articles were produced.
  • Readers were given the opportunity to exchange views and discuss the publications.
  • A meeting with Lithuanian and Belarusian correspondents improved cooperation between the editorial team and the correspondents, improved the quality of the articles, and another planned meeting was cancelled due to the pandemic.
Implementing organization
Charter'97 Foundation
2019
Provision of independent information at charter97.org to the readers to counter Russian propaganda in Belarus and the region under the conditions of partial blocking of the website on the territory of Belarus
Year
2020, 2019
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Multilateral projects
Project countries
Belarus
2020
15 000 EUR
2019
15 000 EUR
Allocated funds
30 000 EUR
Project goal

Project is aimed at provision of independent alternative information at charter97.org to the readers to counter Russian propaganda in Belarus and the region under the conditions of partial blocking of the website on the territory of Belarus.

Regional project

Project results
  • The Correspondents' Network has produced 116 publications for charter97.org in 2020: articles, commentaries, interviews, opinions from Lithuanian politicians, experts and activists.
  • A total of 708 articles were produced.
  • Readers were given the opportunity to exchange views and discuss the publications.
  • A meeting with Lithuanian and Belarusian correspondents improved cooperation between the editorial team and the correspondents, improved the quality of the articles, and another planned meeting was cancelled due to the pandemic.
Implementing organization
Charter'97 Foundation
2017
School of responsible journalism: enhancing Capabilities and Networking of Grassroots Journalists
Year
2017
Sector of assistance
Democracy and Civil Society, Media
Project countries
Georgia, Moldova
Allocated funds
18 870.57
Implementing organization
Multilateral project Public Institution „Eastern Europe Studies Centre“
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