Grant for Prevention of Violence against Women

Women’s Fund in Georgia

Relevent Country: Georgia

Women’s Foundation in Georgia is announcing the grant competition “Prevention of violence against women” with an aim to eliminate domestic and gender-based violence.

Center for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (GCRT) together with partner organizations: Union Safar, Supporting Group of Women’s Initiatives, Marneuli Democratic Women’s Society, Artarea and Women’s Foundation in Georgia implements the project “Gender-based and Promoting the elimination of domestic violence”. The project is financed by the European Union.


Priority will be given to the following project applications:

  • Whose target region is: Kakheti, Racha-Lechkhumi – Kvemo Svaneti, Imereti and Kvemo Kartli;
  • The purpose of which is to identify ways to solve the problem both at the local and municipal level.

Funding & Duration information

  • The maximum grant amount is 10,000 euros.
  • The minimum term of project implementation is six, and the maximum is ten months.

Possible activities

  • Initiatives involving protection of women’s rights, advocacy and lobbying;
  • Provision of services;
  • Legislative initiatives, documenting the violation of the rights of women and LGBTQI+ persons;
  • Monitoring the implementation of laws and conventions;
  • Victim support programs;
  • Development/implementation of preventive mechanisms;
  • Ensuring the safety of victims of gender-based violence (including digital safety);
  • Raising the awareness of the local population.

Eligibility Criteria

Those working on women’s issues can participate in the competition:

  • Non-governmental organizations registered in Georgia;
  • Initiative groups.

Applicants should preferably have work experience in the following areas:

  • Gender-based and domestic violence;
  • women’s rights;
  • sexual and reproductive health and rights;
  • Rights of women representing ethnic and religious minorities;
  • LGBTQ+ persons;
  • displaced women;
  • women with disabilities;
  • Women sentenced to probation;
  • and others