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2018-06-11 | News

The Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in Armenia is pleased to announce the receipt of GEF STAR funds for grant-making in Biodiversity and Climate Change focal areas. Applications are accepted from registered national NGOs without foreign founders regularly throughout the year.

2018-05-07 | News

Today, the National Steering Committee of the Global Environment Facility's (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in Armenia approved four grant projects. Among them 2 projects were approved through GEF SGP funding and 2 – through GEF-funded Mainstreaming Sustainable Land and Forest Management in Mountain Landscapes of North-eastern Armenia (SLM/SFM) project, for which the SGP serves as a delivery mechanism. The projects address the following OP-6 strategic initiatives: Local to Global Chemical Management Coalitions and Low Carbon Energy Access Co-benefits.

2018-01-30 | News

FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUSTAINABLE LAND AND FOREST MANAGEMENT PROJECT IN LORI REGION

The Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in cooperation with UNDP/GEF “Mainstreaming sustainable land and forest management in mountain landscapes of North-Eastern Armenia” (SLM/SFM) project opens a call for grant project concepts addressing sustainable land and forest management in Lori region. 

2017-11-10 | News

Today, the National Steering Committee of the Global Environment Facility's (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in Armenia approved six grant projects. Among them 4 projects were approved through GEF SGP funding and 2 – through GEF-funded Mainstreaming Sustainable Land and Forest Management in Mountain Landscapes of North-eastern Armenia (SLM/SFM) project, for which the SGP serves as a delivery mechanism. The projects address the following OP-6 strategic initiatives: Climate Smart Innovative Agro-ecology and Low Carbon Energy Access Co-benefits.

2017-10-02 | News

FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUSTAINABLE LAND AND FOREST MANAGEMENT PROJECT IN TAVUSH REGION 

The Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in cooperation with UNDP/GEF “Mainstreaming sustainable land and forest management in mountain landscapes of North-Eastern Armenia” (SLM/SFM) project opens a call for grant project concepts addressing sustainable land and forest management in Tavush region. 

2017-07-06 | News

This year the Small Grants Programme has reached its 25th anniversary, on the occasion of which a new SGP branding was introduced. From now on please follow us under this logo.

2017-02-22 | News

A brochure highlighting the SGP activities has been released.

2017-01-31 | News

Today, the National Steering Committee of the Global Environment Facility's (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in Armenia approved seven grant projects within the GEF 6th Operational phase (OP-6). The projects address the following OP-6 strategic initiatives: Community Landscape Conservation, Climate Smart Innovative Agro-ecology, Low Carbon Energy Access Co-benefits, CSO-Government Policy and Planning Dialogue Platforms.

2016-09-27 | News

Today, the National Steering Committee of the Global Environment Facility's (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in Armenia approved seven grant projects within the GEF 6th Operational phase (OP-6). The projects address the following OP-6 strategic initiatives: Community Landscape Conservation, Climate Smart Innovative Agro-ecology, Low Carbon Energy Access Co-benefits, CSO-Government Policy and Planning Dialogue Platforms.

2016-05-27 | News

The Global Environment Facility’s (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in Armenia is delighted to announce the launch of its Country Programme Strategy for GEF 6th operational phase (2015-2018). The strategy, the application package and other relevant documents are available at http://www.sgp.am/en/index.

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