Latvia Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Grants to civil society organizations in Latvia for projects of development cooperation in partner countries
Principal Office: Latvia
Latvia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the responsible institution for the country’s official development assistance. Like the other Baltic countries, Latvia is a relatively new provider of development aid, and its development budget is modest. Most of Latvia’s contribution is allocated for multilateral assistance.
Latvia’s small bilateral program focuses on reforms in public administration, promoting democratic governments, and improving educational systems. Some of its projects include aspects of rural and agricultural development, energy, and environment.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Grants to Civil Society Organizations in Latvia. Nonprofit associations and foundations registered with Latvia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs are eligible to compete for grants. Proposals must correspond to the aid priorities defined by the Foreign Ministry.
Note: Latvia has no formal program of grant making for civil society in its partner countries of development cooperation.
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
Latvia’s development cooperation focuses on four countries.
Eurasia and Central Asia: Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan
Eastern Europe and Russia: Moldova, Ukraine
Note: The call for project proposals from Latvia’s development NGOs may include additional eligible countries, e.g., in Central Asia.
The Ministry’s website is available in Latvian, English, and Russian.
It provides contact information for Latvia’s diplomatic missions.
LAPAS is Latvia’s national NGO platform. Its website provides news, networking opportunities, project information, and more. The website is in Latvian language, with partial coverage in English and Russian.
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