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Small Grants Program

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Social Development Civil Society Fund Program
Social Development Civil Society Fund Program (CSF) (former Small Grants Program - SmGP) was created in 1983 to provide a way for the World Bank to promote dialogue and dissemination of information about international development outside its own operations. Financing for the projects is granted for civil society organizations through participating World Bank country offices. 
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Theme:
The overall aim for the CSF Program in Uzbekistan is promoting in-country debate on economic and social policy issues; encouraging measures designed to improve public services, transparency and public accountability. The topic for 2011 applications is promotion of small business and private entrepreneurship.

DOCGuidelines for NGOs (Eng) (48KB, MSWord)

DOCGuidelines for NGOs (Rus) (62KB, MSWord)
DOCGuidelines for NGOs (Uzb) (67KB, MSWord)
DOCApplication Form (Eng) (50KB, MSWord)
DOCApplication Form (Rus) (61KB, MSWord)
DOCApplication Form (Uzb) (63KB, MSWord)

Last Year Snapshot

44 Proposals
9 Winners
6 200 Average Grant Size

Applications for the CSF

PDFList of applications for the CSF-2011. 

Useful tools

Overview 
Budgeting 
Financial Systems 
Grant Proposal Writing 
Monitoring and Evaluation 
Project Development 
Reporting 
Resource Mobilization 
Manual for Uzbek NGOs (Rus.) 
Manual for Uzbek NGOs (Uzb.) 

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